Pupils from The Manchester Grammar School have proved they are among the best codebreakers in the country after coming second in a national cipher challenge. The team of Naunidh Dua, Hamzah Mahmood, Sam Hindley, Matthew [Read More]
The Manchester Grammar School is one of the nation’s truly great schools – academically, it stands among the very best in the country.
MGS was founded in 1515 and is one of the leading independent day schools in the north-west, housing a junior school, seniors school and sixth-form.
Pupils achieve outstanding academic results alongside tremendous success – nationally and internationally – in sport, music, drama and many other areas.
Lessons are taught by academic specialists with a passion for their subject, and almost all leavers go on to university – there is a strong tradition of boys progressing to Oxford, Cambridge and other Russell Group universities.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee, star of BBC One’s hit TV show Doctor in the House, returned to The Manchester Grammar School to talk about how lifestyles can be the best medicine. Dr Chatterjee, who was a [Read More]
A young footballer helped Manchester City’s under-12s team to beat the best sides in their world at their age. Isaac Okeregha, 11, a Year 6 pupil at The Manchester Grammar School, flew out to America [Read More]
Teenager Shariq Haidery powered his way to a personal best and finished in sixth place at the British Junior Powerlifting Championships. The 17-year-old Manchester Grammar School pupil MGS and member of the School’s Powerlifting Club, [Read More]
An Altrincham teenager has been heralded as one of the best young sports commentators in the UK. The Manchester Grammar School pupil Bruno Quinney was one of just 15 youngsters shortlisted from across the country [Read More]
A young tennis ace from Altrincham has won his first Under-18s competition – aged just 12. Oliver Critchley, a pupil at The Manchester Grammar School, entered into an under-18 grade-five tennis competition at David Lloyd [Read More]
The Manchester Grammar School is to host the 2018 British Women’s Classic Powerlifting Championships. The UK’s strongest women – including European and world record holders – will descend upon the north west for two days [Read More]
A young épée fencer from Didsbury has been selected for Great Britain cadet squad. Nicholas Grimshaw, who is a pupil at The Manchester Grammar School, has been called up to the squad by British Fencing [Read More]
A tennis ace from Altrincham has been invited to train at one of the best centres in the country for producing Britain’s tennis stars of the future. Oliver Critchley, 12, who is a pupil at [Read More]
Pupils at The Manchester Grammar School are celebrating another year of exceptional GCSE examination results. A total of 68% of all grades awarded to MGS pupils were at the coveted A* level. Nationally, the percentage [Read More]