The Manchester Grammar School Junior School A GSG School
- The Manchester Grammar School Junior School
Old Hall Lane
- Head: Mrs Linda Hamilton
- T 0161 2247201
- F 0161 2572446
- E email@example.com
- W www.mgs.org
- A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 7 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Manchester
- Pupils: 240
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £11,970 pa
- Open days: October and May
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: The Manchester Grammar School
What The Good Schools Guide says..
The curriculum offers activities which seem to bridge the gap between arts and sciences. For example we saw some beautiful – and anatomically correct – giant willow sculptures of dragonflies and other insects hanging from the classroom ceilings – we’re...
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What The Good Schools Guide saysThe curriculum offers activities which seem to bridge the gap between arts and sciences. For example we saw some beautiful – and anatomically correct – giant willow sculptures of dragonflies and other insects hanging from the classroom ceilings – we’re not sure if their creation was overseen by an arty science teacher or a biologically-literate art teacher – possibly both...
Since 2008, Mrs Linda Hamilton BEd. Her roots are local – she was educated at Stretford Grammar School for Girls and then at Manchester University – but she’s also worked in Iraq, Qatar and Nigeria (her husband was an engineer in the oil industry). She set up a pre-school in Nigeria but her more recent teaching experience has been in British junior schools. Before coming to MGS she was deputy head at Altrincham Preparatory School.