Our mission is simple:
To deliver education that transforms lives as well as minds
Great education depends on exceptional relationships. As one of the country’s oldest schools, we know that a challenging education requires a supportive, caring environment. At Wolverhampton Grammar School, no child falls between the cracks.
Alex Frazer, Head
Students across Junior, Senior and Sixth Form
GCSE and iGCSE grades awarded this year
Staff to child ratio in our Junior School
Extra and co-curricular clubs
Stephen Jenyns, Lord Mayor of London, founded Wolverhampton Grammar School.
The School is occupied for the first time on the Compton Road site.
By the end of WWI, 105 pupils, former pupils, teachers and staff have fallen.
Women join the staff for the first time.
Queen Elizabeth II visits Wolverhampton Grammar School to celebrate the school’s 450th anniversary.
Wolverhampton Grammar School becomes an independent school.
The assisted places scheme for students is introduced.
Girls are admitted into the Sixth Form for the first time.
The School becomes fully co-educational and admits girls in Year 7.
Ten year old students are admitted to the School and are known as Big 6.
Wolverhampton Grammar Junior School opens under the Headship of Andrew Hymer.
The School celebrates its 500th anniversary.
The School’s first female Head, Kathy Crewe-Read is appointed.
The School celebrates becoming an all-through school, admitting children from the age of 4 – 18.