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Calday Grange Grammar School

Calday Grange Grammar School

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    Latest news & events from Calday Grange Grammar School

    • Welcome back Luke!


      The school community welcomes Luke Percy back to school following his BBC Children in Need 2017 Rickshaw Challenge.

    • An excellent year of achievement at GCSE


      We are delighted to report a good set of GCSE results achieved by students at the school in spite of considerable turmoil and change to GCSE courses nationally.

    • Calday celebrates another year of exceptional results!


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    • Calday is one of the top 3 best state schools in the region


      Calday is in the top 3 of the best secondary schools in Merseyside and Halton!

       

    • Open Evenings in September 2017


      Open Evenings - Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st September 2017

    • Magic Show


      Following the success of ‘A Kinda Magic’ last year, Year 11 student Ben Harris is back on stage, live at Calday Grange Grammar School, on Monday 17th July 2017 at 7pm, ably supported this year by Tom Giardelli and Ed Smith.

    • STEM Awards


      We have been shortlisted to five schools nationally for the STEM award at the Education Business Awards http://www.ebawards.co.uk/

    • New front entrance and reception area


      We have a number of exciting developments planned for Summer 2017 including a new front entrance and reception area.   Please see below for full details.

    • Bus Passes On Sale Now!


      2017/18 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 or renew online at www.calday.co.uk/buspass

    • Launch of Calday Support Fund


      Launch of Calday Support Fund

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