Huddersfield Grammar School takes pride in the academic progress and achievement of its pupils.
Extensive use is made of standardised data, the progress of each individual child is closely tracked and academic interventions are swift and impactful.
2018 GCSE Highlights
One in every four grades (25%) was awarded at 9-8, the new measure of exceptional achievement for A** and A* equivalent awards.
94% of pupils achieved at least five grades at 9-4 (formerly A*-C), the school has performed more strongly than last year in spite of the newly reformed and more exacting qualifications, and has delivered considerably stronger GCSE results than any of its fellow non-selective schools in Kirklees achieved last year.
Huddersfield Grammar School achieved nearly double the UK-wide percentage of grades at 9-7, achieving 39% against a UK average of 20%, with 90% of grades at 9-4 compared to 67% nationally.
We are proud of every single one of these talented, resilient, modest and kind young people. Whilst they deserve to celebrate their results, these qualities of character will ultimately determine their life chances and success.