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Calday Grange Grammar School

Calday Grange Grammar School

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    Latest news & events from Calday Grange Grammar School

    • Sixth Formers Sign Up to Bone Marrow Register


      Well done to our 6th form students who raised a fantastic £413.63 for the Anthony Nolan Trust on their recent non-uniform day. 

    • The Sunday Times Parent Power Guide


      Calday moves up the league table in The Sunday Times Parent Power Guide!

    • David Crystal Returns


      For the second year running, world-renowned linguist David Crystal visited Calday Grange Grammar School to talk to students about the fascinating world of the English Language.

    • Headteacher's presentation from Open Evenings


      Thank you to those parents who attended Our Open Evenings in September.  Please click here to access a copy of the Headteacher's slides from his presentation.

    • GCSE Results Continue to Rise at CGGS!


      Calday Grange Grammar School is delighted to report an excellent set of GCSE results achieved by students at the school. Calday's results continue to rise, despite the national trend where GCSE results have shown a significant decline this year.

    • A Level Results August 2016


      Students and staff at Calday Grange Grammar School are celebrating another year of exceptional success with their A Level results.

    • Family and Adult Learning


      Enrolling now!

    • Bus Passes now on sale


      2016/17 annual bus passes for students who travel on one of the school operated services from Wallasey, North Wales and the Chester/Ellesmere Port areas are now available to purchase online at www.calday.co.uk/buspass

    • Quiz Team in National Finals


      For the second consecutive year our Senior Quiz Team have competed at the National Finals, held at Westminster School, London. 

    • Celebrating 100 years of cadets at Calday


      Saturday saw Calday's Combined Cadet Force celebrate 100 years of cadets at the school.

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