The Grammar School at Leeds Junior School A GSG School
- The Grammar School at Leeds Junior School
- Head: Mr Robert Lilley
- T 01132 291552
- F 01132 285111
- E email@example.com
- W www.gsal.org.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 3 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Leeds
- Pupils: 400
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £9,630 pa
- Open days: September - December. See school website for dates.
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: The Grammar School at Leeds
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Wide choice of activities - music, drama, verse speaking, slam poetry, dance, creative writing all thriving. However getting your child into the more popular (non sports) ones can be as challenging as ‘getting a ticket to the Glastonbury Festival –...
What the school says...
The Grammar School at Leeds is a selective, independent, day school for girls and boys aged 3 to 18 years. The new school is the result of a merger in September 2008 between Leeds Grammar School (founded in 1552) and Leeds Girls High School (founded in 1876). As individual schools, they have a long-established and proven pedigree in developing well-rounded, mature young men and women ready to embrace further education and to face the world as confident, caring citizens. The Junior and Senior schools are located in extensive, leafy grounds at Alwoodley Gates in north Leeds. Rose Court Nursery and Pre-Prep is housed in newly expanded premises in Headingley. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysWide choice of activities - music, drama, verse speaking, slam poetry, dance, creative writing all thriving. However getting your child into the more popular (non sports) ones can be as challenging as ‘getting a ticket to the Glastonbury Festival – you have to be very on the ball’...
Head of Junior School
From 2009, Robert Lilley (early 50s) BA (government and politics from University of Essex) PGCE. Educated at Allerton High, began career in industry, then taught business studies and IT in secondary schools, director of studies at Moorlands (prep), head of junior school at Fulneck, then of Silcoates Schools. Teaches boys' PE and runs chess and Wargaming societies. Relaxed, pleasant, approachable; very popular with pupils and parents – ‘Fab…very friendly…honest…conscientious...even-handed…he investigates issues thoroughly and follows up quickly with a solution.’ Married to a teacher, three children:...