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    Posted: 22/06/12

    Prince Henry's had their first Design and Technology week this term.Students in Key Stage 3 followed an exciting alternative timetable which involved them working in teams on STEM based problem solving Activities.Year 7 students worked on a squashed tomato challenge, to look at how they can help Nepalese farmers transport tomatoes down a mountain side.Year 8 students designed a new Eco bin to encourage recycling.Year 9 students designed a new exciting roller coaster ride.


    Posted: 06/03/12

    Congratulations to the cast and crew for another fantastic and highly successful school production. This years production was 'We Will Rock You' by Ben Elton and Queen.


    Posted: 16/03/12

    Congratulations to Year 8 student Ruaridh Brannan who was the proud winner of the Great British Fairtrade Bake Off competition. He received his 1st place prize with his chocolate and ginger spider swirls. 


    Posted: 23/02/12

    Congratulations to Year 8 student Henry Moore who won the Prince Henry’s Curry Competition on Thursday 2nd February. Kieran Brown, also in Year 8 came a very close second.  They both fought off very stiff competition. All of the students, who participated in the competition, produced delicious dishes.

  • S.T.E.M CLUB

    Posted: 08/02/12

    The S.T.E.M club is a collective of environmentally conscious pupils and teachers who strive to use Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics to solve real problems facing the world today.We enter national competitions, design and make products, test theories and debate issues such as climate change, renewable energy sources and overall energy demand in the hope to generate awareness and create a more sustainable future for us all. 


    Posted: 03/02/12

    A new train dedicated to moving sustainable energy materials has been unveilled by Year 7 student, Sophie English at York's National Railway Museum. The Eco Express has been named to reflect the efficient movement of renewable and sustainable biomass material from the Port of Tyne in South Shields to Drax Power Station, near Selby.


    Posted: 26/01/12

    Prince Henry’s Grammar School student, Jasmine Hanson has earned her position as the top 13 year old 50 metres and 100 metres breaststroke swimmer in Yorkshire.Year 9 student Jasmine won a gold medal the 50m event and a silver medal in the 50m event during the City of Leeds Christmas Cracker at the John Charles Centre for Sport. Swimmers from all over the city met to compete after achieving the best times in their personal swim club galas.

  • NEW Mobile App

    Posted: 23/01/12

    The e4education News & Events app will allow parents to get the latest news stories and calendar events added to the school website straight to their iPhone or Android phone.


    Posted: 13/12/11

    It is the third year that Prince Henrys Grammar School and the Rotary Club of Otley have been working closely together on a competition to get students cooking!  The Year 10 Food Technology group have been busy creating and cooking a 2 course meal for 2 people within a budget of £10. The pressure was on and the students were keen to win the generous prizes.


    Posted: 30/11/11

    AFTER a disappointing World Cup for the national team and home nations, there are local reasons to be optimistic for the next generation of Rugby Union players. The new intake of Prince Henry’s Grammar School’s Rugby Union Academy (Leeds Carnegie) features a number of internationals, and a host of County and North of England representatives, in what has been a fabulous start to the season at the school.Hot on the heels of the U-14 Yorkshire Cup win last season, the senior representatives of the school began the season with a display of impressive rugby at the Hartbury Festival, winning all their group games comfortably against Hartbury B, St Pauls (London Irish) and beating the Worcester Academy side 30-17 along the way.Current members of the Academy feature the following players and their honours: Dan Grange, Paul Hill (England U-17 Squad), Jack Barnard (England U-16 Group), with Ben Sowery and  Curtis Wilson  having represented England Counties. Rob Rekiss has represented  the North of England U-16 group, with Louis Hooper, Will Rigg, Dave Wardell, Ed Bradshaw and Luke Cowdell all having represented Yorkshire. Prince Henry’s alumni continue to make an impact on the world of rugby away from the school: Danny Care made a decent pundit for the World Cup previews on ITV, but we would have preferred him spinning the ball out (without needing to take a step: note to self, Ben Youngs).More recent alumni continue to make progress for Leeds Carnegie and their national age-groups. Dom Barrow recently returned from Australia after a brilliant campaign, leading the England U-18’s on an unbeaten tour and earning himself a place in the Leeds Carnegie First XV. Previous England U-18 Captain, Chris Walker, continues to progress and cement a place in the Leeds Carnegie First XV, maintaining a production line of quality back-row players.Current Acting Director of Rugby, Richard Francis, added “This is an exciting time in the development of Prince Henry’s Rugby Union Academy, with the current crop of players and other year groups within the school showing huge potential.”Matches being played at home will be advertised within the school, and local support for something our area can be immensely proud of would be more than welcome.