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  • BAA BAAS ARE BACK!

    Published 30/11/21

    After a two year hiatus, the annual Prince Henry’s Rugby Fundraising Festival is back on Monday 27 December at 11am. The event, which is hosted by Otley RUFC, with support from Otliensians Rugby, traditionally attracts a crowd of over 500 supporters.

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  • SIXTH FORM OPEN EVENING - booking form now closed but call to join us

    Published 11/10/21

    We will be holding our Sixth Form Open Evening at 6.15pm on Thursday 4th November 2021 and Year 11s and their parents and carers from across the area are invited. In light of COVID-19, the format has changed slightly, and we do need you to book to come along.

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  • AN INVITATION TO YEAR 6 OPEN EVENING

    Published 21/09/21

    On Monday 4th October 2021, we will be welcoming Year 6 pupils to our Open Evening, accompanied by a parent/carer. COVID-19 restrictions mean that we need to operate a different format to our usual Open Evening programme. Nevertheless, we are looking forward to giving you a taste of life at Prince Henry’s, and assisting you in deciding the high school to which you wish your child to transfer in September 2022. You can find the programme here and the virtual introductions from our Executive Headteacher and Year 7 here.

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  • RETURN TO SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 2021

    Published 24/08/21

    This is the place to find all the information regarding return to school in September 2021, as it is published.

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  • HARD WORK PAYS OFF AT GCSE

    Published 12/08/21

    Despite all the uncertainty and challenge of the last two years, students at Prince Henry’s, with the support of their teachers, have produced an excellent set of results. Year 11 students have worked hard to overcome obstacles and have been rewarded with very well-deserved success. An impressive number achieved top grades across a range of subjects, including the much sought-after grade 9 (equivalent to an A*+). In addition, the analysis of results suggests that Prince Henry’s students of all ability levels have achieved well whilst at Prince Henry’s.

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  • GREAT A LEVELS RESULTS REWARD HARD WORK

    Published 12/08/21

    "I am incredibly proud of our students’ achievements this year, especially during the difficult circumstances that have arisen from the COVID-19 crisis. Students may not have sat exams this summer, but they have worked hard during their two-year course and have had to face the uncertainty and many other challenges that are not part of the normal A level experience. They deserve their excellent results and I wish all of them the very best for their next steps.”

    Janet Sheriff, Executive Headteacher, Prince Henry’s Grammar School.

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  • COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMME LAUNCHED

    Published 23/07/21

    The Community Education Programme at Prince Henry’s is offering 45 new courses and day workshops, including 8 languages – and an exciting new local partnership.

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  • SUMMER CONCERT GOES LIVE

    Published 21/07/21

    Although we are unable to hold our Summer Concert in person, we are delighted to be able to share the talents of our musical ensembles through this video.

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  • SUMMER OF FUN

    Published 15/07/21

    Otley Pool and Bramhope Extended Services Cluster have organised a summer of fun for local youngsters of all ages, based at Prince Henry’s Grammar School, with camps covering a multitude of interests from multi-sports to swimming and football, dance and drama and the return of the Leeds Rhinos Netball Camp.

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  • HONOURING RUGBY LEGACY

    Published 25/05/21

    The historic legacy of rugby at Prince Henry’s has been celebrated this week, with the installation of a new Rugby Captains’ Honours Board.

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  • MUSIC AWARD IS WELL DESERVED

    Published 11/03/21

    A young musician​ from​ Prince Henry’s Grammar School in Otley has received an​ award​ in recognition of outstanding musical talent. ​

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  • PREPARING FOR THE FULL RE-OPENING OF SCHOOL

    Published 18/12/20

    Following the Prime Minister's announcement on Monday 22nd February, school will re-open to all students from 8th March. In order to offer asymptomatic testing to all students prior to their return, there will be a staggered return by year group, with all students back in school accessing face-to-face teaching by Thursday 11th March at the latest.

      Attend school for testing appointment only* First day attending lessons in school
    Year 7

    7 Naylor/Robinson - Tues 9th March (am)
    7 Jennings/Knight - Wed 10th March (am)
    All other form groups - Wed 10th March (pm)

    Thurs 11th March
    Year 8 Tues 9th March (pm) Wed 10th March
    Year 9 Wed 10th March (am) Thurs 11th March
    Year 10 Mon 8th March (pm) Tues 9th March
    Year 11 Tues 9th March (am) Wed 10th March
    Year 12 / 13 Mon 8th March (am) Tues 9th March

    *Each student will be given a specific time slot and will only be on site for the duration of their test. They will not be expected to wear school uniform on this day. 

    Please see the letter below (26th February) for further details.

    Ahead of the phased full re-opening, school will only be open for:

    • Vulnerable students (identified by school) where parents have accepted a place for their child
    • Children of critical workers from all year groups where parents have booked a place for their child

    If you are a critical worker and you need to apply for the in school provision, please complete the form here. Your place will be confirmed when the form has been reviewed. If your requirement is urgent, please call school on 01943 463524.

    School Transport

    From Monday 1 March, school buses will run for the children of critical workers and vulnerable children as they have been during lockdown, with 3 buses covering the routes as on the Connexions website. Buses will not run to facilitate students attending school for testing. The full bus service will run from Tuesday 9 March.

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