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    • Year 13 Last Day March 2020

      What a bizarre, premature last day in Year 13.  You will look back and remember the strange times we live in, and hopefully retain all of those happy memories of your time in AGS Sixth Form.  I know there must be many uncertainties at the moment - A level grades, university/apprenticeship places, employment (including your part time work) and much more.  Rest assured, the 'system' will not let you down and schools, universities and employers will and are working together to ensure students leaving school this year get a fair deal - and you will.  So, keep an eye on instructions from school (both Mr Sentance's updates and my emails) and ShowMyHomework where appropriate.  Keep fit, get a new hobby and be happy.

      Click here for the photo taken on your last day!

      Ian Young
      Vice Principal/Head of Sixth Form
      Alcester Grammar School


    • Outstanding Exam Results 2019

      Press Release:  GCSE and A Level results 2019

      GCSE Results 2019

      Alcester Grammar School is celebrating yet another set of outstanding GCSE results, this time from its second expanded cohort of 120 students.  62% of all entries were graded at least 7, and 42% were graded at least 8. Once again over half the cohort (54%) achieved an average of at least a 7 or equivalent in ten GCSE subjects, and the school’s “attainment 8” score is the highest ever. Early estimates of progress measures suggest that these have risen for the fourth consecutive year.

      The school would like to acknowledge the hard work, resilience and commitment from the entire year group, and in particular those students who have faced considerable challenges in their personal circumstances throughout their GCSE years.

      Clive Sentance, Principal, says:

      “Once again, our results show that expanding our intake has given more young people the opportunity to enjoy the full breadth of the AGS curriculum and experience. These excellent GCSE results are a solid foundation for students to build on, and we are proud of all their achievements in and out of the classroom over their time at AGS so far.  As always, it’s a team effort and I‘d like to thank the teachers, support staff and parents for the consistent support they give to maintaining a climate and ethos that enables our students to flourish. 

      “The majority of our GCSE students will now continue their time at AGS by moving on to our world-class sixth form, where we will also welcome many other high achievers from our superb local feeder schools.”

      A Level Results 2019

      Clive Sentance, Principal, says:

      “Alcester Grammar School would like to congratulate its departing class of 2019 on their many achievements over 13 years of education, and wish them all the very best as they head on to whatever they do next. Whether it’s further study at university or college, a degree level apprenticeship, or an action-packed gap year, our alumni have a world of opportunity opening up as a result of all their hard work in developing their knowledge, talents and skills. Not only have they achieved some superb results, but as a group they have shown tenacity, character, resilience and kindness. It’s been a team effort and everyone associated with the school - parents, staff and students - can be justifiably proud of their contribution. “

      • AGS is unique in the breadth of the curriculum on offer to sixth formers, with students this year achieving grades in 26 different subjects. It is still the only provider in the region that gives all students the unique flexibility to maximise their success by starting a free choice of 4 A levels in year 12. 

      • Over 61% of entries were graded A*- B, and 87.5% were graded A*-C.  

      • Twenty six students achieved at least three A grades - half of whom joined us from other local schools after their GCSEs.

      • Almost half (47%) of the internal cohort  achieved grades of at least ABB, with almost a third (31%) of the overall cohort reaching a similar standard. 

      • There are numerous other personal successes across the A level ability range and virtually all students are set for a destination of their choice.  

      There is no doubt that AGS has one of the country’s most vibrant and successful sixth forms. 

      With over two thirds of this A level cohort joining from other schools after GCSEs, the school is renowned for its very broad offer of subjects, consistently outstanding teaching and its happy and stimulating environment.


    • Mollie Rouse selected for England Women’s U19 Development Camp

      Congratulations to Mollie Rouse, who has been selected for the England Women’s U19 Development Camp, taking place at St George's Park between 5th and 9th June 2017.

    • Keep up with all that's happening at AGS!

      Keep up with all that's happening at AGS - follow us at @AGSPrincipal.

    • Mollie and Lucy (England U19s Girl's Squad) win in Northern Ireland.

      Congratulations to both AGS girls, Lucy Shepherd and Mollie Rouse, who were part of the winning England U19s squad for the Coefficient Tournament in Northern Ireland (Belfast) that took place between the 16th and 24th October.

    • Florence Cain winner in BBC Young Choristers of the Year

      A huge congratulations to Florence Cain who has won the BBC Radio 2's Young Chorister of the Year competition.

    • Lucy and Mollie selected for UEFA WU19 Tournament

      AGS girls Lucy Shepherd and Mollie Rouse have both been selected for the UEFA WU19 Coefficient Tournament in Northern Ireland (Belfast).


    • Best ever A level results for AGS

      Alcester Grammar School is celebrating its best ever A level results, with over 67% of entries graded A*- B. This outstanding figure is even higher (over 75%) for those students who have been at the school for the whole of their secondary education.

    • AGS celebrates outstanding GCSE results.

      Alcester Grammar School is yet again celebrating outstanding GCSE results.  68% of all entries were graded A*- A, and 29% were graded A*.