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Beverley Grammar School
Queensgate, HU17 8NF, UK Beverley
+44 (0)1482 881531


Following our recent designation as a High Performing Secondary School we have been asked by the Specialist Trust to nominate two choices for a second specialism.

After careful consideration we have decided to opt for two areas which have a specific focus on raising achievement by developing innovative teaching and learning practice.  These are:

First Choice :- Addressing all learner's needs through innovative teaching and learning in the area of Cognition and Learning.  In this area we would hope to develop effective practice in removing barriers to learning for all students. 

Second Choice :- Raising standards through a focus on under-performance as a mentor school in the Raising Achievement Transforming Learning programme. Within this programme we would hope to work together with other schools to build strategies that transform learning.

We will receive confirmation of which of our two options has been selected on September 10th 2007.

Whichever option is chosen by the Dfes, we hope to be able to work closely with all our primary feeder and secondary partner schools over the coming months to ensure that the we build on the excellent collaborative practices that are currently in place, which we believe will benefit all local children.

Chris Goodwin


Beverley Grammar School is a Voluntary Aided Secondary Comprehensive Boys' Day School (11-18). At Post 16 level, the school has a Joint Sixth Form with Beverley High School for Girls. The school now has Specialist Status in Engineering.

Beverley Grammar School aims to be a friendly, open, caring and successful school, where every member of the school community has a part to play in the further development of themselves as an individual and of the school as a whole.

The school has historical links with Beverley Minister where it was founded before the Norman Conquest, making it the oldest school of its kind in the Country. It is not, however, affiliated to a particular religious denomination.

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The Admissions Committee of the Governing Body will use the following criteria, in order of priority, when considering applications for admission.

The school will fulfil its legal obligations by giving places to any applicants whose statement of special educational needs names this school and those who are looked after by a local authority. The following will then apply:

1. Boys who are resident in the catchment area. If, because of over-subscription, it is necessary to prioritise within the criterion the distance from the boy’s home to school will be measured and priority given to those living nearest to the school.

2. Boys who have a sibling, defined as having one common parent, attending the school in Years 7-11 at the time the decisions about the allocation of places are made. If, because of over-subscription, it is necessary to prioritise within this criterion, priority will be given to siblings with the closest proximity in age.

3. Any other boys who apply. If, because of over-subscription, it is necessary to prioritise within this criterion the distance from the boy’s house to school will be measured and priority will be given to those living nearest to the school.

In all instances where, because of over-subscription, distance is an issue it will be measured according to the guidelines in the admissions arrangements published by the LEA for community and voluntary controlled schools.

For the September 2006 Year 7 intake the admission number will be 130.

A waiting list will operate in the event of over-subscription. Parents will be asked to confirm their place on that list on a termly basis. If a place becomes vacant the admissions committee of the school will consider everyone on the waiting list at that time against the admissions criteria.


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