Tadcaster Grammar School is not just another school; we are a thriving, successful, vibrant and energetic community demonstrating a common purpose – to ensure the very best for our students.
We are committed to enabling all our young people to develop into happy, well prepared and confident adults, secure in the knowledge of the role they can play in their own development. Our School community is friendly but disciplined and our students gain enormous satisfaction from working hard and achieving success. We are proud of the extensive range of opportunities to stimulate and enhance the growth of our students into mature and responsible adults with a sense of purpose. Read more…
May 21, 2013
Emma Heron and Eleanor Dodd are the proud winners of this year’s ‘Dux’ Award. This is a national award that recognises high-achieving Year 9 students and rewards them with a visit to a top University. Emma and Eleanor were accompanied by Dawson House Leader, Mr Smith, at the Univer...
April 23, 2013
Early in 2012, Tadcaster Grammar School welcomed three French teachers from St-Chely d’Apcher, as part of its work in the community with the Tadcaster Twinning Association and as a requirement of its international school status.
Later that year the visit was reciprocated when members of staff from T...
April 23, 2013
It is not easy to write a letter as a Holocaust survivor when you are only 14 years old and this is 2013, but students from Tadcaster Grammar School did just that as part of a competition.
Their accounts are both poignant and deeply moving and the winners are deserving of their prizes and accolades....
March 28, 2013
The National Railway Museum in York was the venue for the Eleventh Rotary Technology Tournament and Tadcaster Grammar School students stole a bit of the glory.
Edward Matthews, George Hargreaves, Emily Ball and Emma Blades brought home third place in the Intermediate section (13 to 16 years) competi...