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Grand mock-Gothic school hall, rather let down by brown plastic seating, bedecked with trad portraits of past heads, plus a more modest one - by OB David Hockney....Thriving, friendly school with tolerant attitudes and broad values – we hope the...

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Bradford Grammar School is a selective co-educational day school. While we retain the traditional grammar school ethos, we are also forward-thinking and seek to combine the best of the old and the new. Our aim is to achieve excellence in all we do, both in academic and extra-curricular activities.

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What The Good Schools Guide says

Grand mock-Gothic school hall, rather let down by brown plastic seating, bedecked with trad portraits of past heads, plus a more modest one - by OB David Hockney....Thriving, friendly school with tolerant attitudes and broad values – we hope the curriculum refocusing, designed to promote academic stardom, will preserve these.

Headmaster

Since January 2016, Dr Simon Hinchliffe, previously deputy head. Geography degree from Durham, a masters in education leadership and management from the OU, and a PhD from St Andrews in geography and geoscience. Spent 14 years at Wolverhampton Grammar, where he was head of sixth form. Lives with Heidi, also a teacher, and their two young children.

Academic Matters

In 2015, 50 per cent A*/A grades at A level - generally strong over last three years; GCSE: 73 per cent A*/A grades; in top 200 nationally. Strong and

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