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Otley Prince Henrys Grammar School
Specialist Language College, Otley,LS21 2BB Farnley Lane
01943 463524
www:http://www.princehenrys.co.uk/e-mail:

For 400 years Prince Henry’s Grammar School has served the young people of our local communities. We are proud of our school’s history, which dates back to its Royal Charter of 1607, and today we still reinforce traditional values.

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However, Prince Henry’s is also very much a modern community comprehensive school. We seek to achieve the best for all our students, whatever their abilities and talents, through innovation in teaching and learning, a broad and stimulating curriculum and a technologically-rich learning environment. Prince Henry’s Grammar School stands at the forefront of educational progress.

As a Specialist Language College we aim to ensure that our young people are fully prepared for life in the changing world of the twenty first century. Prince Henry’s is a high-achieving, caring school with a vibrant atmosphere. We are committed to developing our students personally as well as academically, and we value students who accept the challenge of improvement in all spheres of their life.

We are delighted to introduce you to Prince Henry’s Grammar School, the first Specialist Language College in the Leeds area.


For almost 400 years Prince Henry’s Grammar School has served the young people of our local communities. We are proud of our school’s history, which dates back to its Royal Charter of 1607, and today we still reinforce the traditional values of hard work, discipline and the desire for continuous improvement.


However, Prince Henry’s is also very much a modern community comprehensive school. We seek to achieve the best for all our students, whatever their abilities and talents, through innovation in teaching and learning, a broad and stimulating curriculum and a technologically-rich learning environment. Prince Henry’s Grammar School stands at the forefront of educational progress. Like all Language Colleges, we have a responsibility to provide an educational experience which is"international, technological and vocational".


Our commitment to achieving this ensures that our young people are fully prepared for life in the changing world of the twenty first century. Prince Henry’s is a high-achieving, caring school with a vibrant atmosphere. We are committed to developing our students personally as well as academically, and we value students who accept the challenge of improvement in all spheres of their life.

ADMISSION PROCEDURES

The school operates within the framework of the LEA’s admission and transfer policy, a copy of which is available at the school. This policy allocates places in the following priority order:

  • SEN
  • Siblings
  • Parental preference
  • Distance to school

The number of places that were available at the school in September 2007, and the number of applications and expressions of preference for those places are shown below:

 

 
Admission Limit
231
(223)
Total Number of expressions of preference
406
(457)
 
Breakdown of Preference Requests:
 
Sibling
82
(86)
 
Preference 1
149
(223)
 
Preference 2
84
(70)
 
Preference 3
91
(78)

(2006 figures for comparison)



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