Speaking at the event, Carrie Bennett spokeswoman for Wolverhampton Grammar School said “I’m delighted that our School has been nominated for these awards. Both Awards recognise all the hard work that all our staff and students have put into this academic year. Every single member of our School community believes that we transform lives as well as minds at Wolverhampton Grammar School – and it’s great to see that recognised here today.”
Alison Causebrook, Head of PE and Girls’ Sport said “Sport has always been an important part of School life and now, more than ever, over 500 years on from 1512 when we were founded, sport is still recognised as being the basis to so much that is good in education. I’m particularly pleased to see that we’ve been recognised for our girls’ participation in sport today, at a time when young women need to understand that healthy body confidence and self-esteem is so important.”
There were 21 categories at this year’s awards. Wolverhampton Grammar School was shortlisted in both its nominated categories.
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