Wolverhampton Grammar School’s campus is currently closed to students – other than Year 6 and the children of parents who are key workers. We continue to follow government guidance and our students continue to learn from home for as long as restrictions remain.

 

Interested in joining our School? Our Admissions team are available to answer any questions you have. Simply email jam@wgs-sch.net or telephone: 01902 422939 and we will be in touch.

Frequently Asked Questions

Want to learn more about Wolverhampton Grammar School? The answers to some of our most frequently asked questions can be found below.

If you would prefer to come and see us, talk to us or email your question you can find details of our opening hours and our key contact details here.  Alternatively, if your question relates to applying for a place at Wolverhampton Grammar School, please contact our Admissions Registrar, Jane Morris telephone: 01902 421326 or email: jam@wgs-sch.net

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How do I apply to an independent school?

To apply to Wolverhampton Grammar School you should complete the Registration Form found on the School website or speak to the Admissions Registrar, Jane Morris who can be contacted by telephone: 01902 421326 or email: jam@wgs-sch.net

Do I need to list Wolverhampton Grammar School as a school of preference on my LEA form?

No, you should always apply directly to Wolverhampton Grammar School rather than the Local Education Authority which is Wolverhampton City Council.

What’s the difference between a state grammar school and Wolverhampton Grammar School?

Wolverhampton Grammar School is an award winning independent school, rated “Excellent” by School Inspectors. Parents apply direct to Wolverhampton Grammar School rather than the Local Education Authority. As an independent school, parents pay fees to reflect the quality and breadth of opportunities available at Wolverhampton Grammar School. We appreciate that fees represent a significant commitment for families, but we believe it is an investment worth making to experience our unique, independent school. In all instances, we try to keep all fees and costs to a minimum.

Has Wolverhampton Grammar School got a waiting list?

Wolverhampton Grammar School is a popular school and demand is high. We therefore recommend that parents apply early to avoid disappointment. The majority of children join Wolverhampton Grammar School at Year 3, Year 7 and Sixth Form. However, we do accept applications for other year groups, subject to availability. There is no quota system, nor any minimum or maximum number of places to be offered, though late applicants may not be able to be considered if the available places are already full.

What’s the best independent school in Wolverhampton?

There are lots of reasons why parents choose an independent school. You should expect nothing less that excellent exam results when choosing the right school. Wolverhampton Grammar School has the best GCSE and A Level results of any independent school in the area. Wolverhampton Grammar School also offers much more. Excellent pastoral care, small class sizes and the largest number of extra and co curricular activities, clubs and societies of any school in the area. We are at the forefront of the use of technology across every aspect of School life – from the classroom, to pastoral support; teaching and learning to support services; reading for pleasure and parent and student communications. Wolverhampton Grammar School is also an award winning school and rated “Excellent” by School Inspectors.

Can students join Wolverhampton Grammar School at any time of the year?

Wolverhampton Grammar School is a popular school and demand is high. We therefore recommend that parents apply early to avoid disappointment. Students usually join Wolverhampton Grammar School in September. However, new students are able to join us throughout the year.

When will I find out if my child has a place at Wolverhampton Grammar School?

Students who are successful in the assessment and entrance test will be offered a place. You are normally notified within two weeks of your assessment if your child has been offered a place at Wolverhampton Grammar School.

Does Wolverhampton Grammar School let out its facilities for hire?

With over 25 acres and a whole range of facilities available Wolverhampton Grammar School can accommodate most events. From wedding receptions to conferences, sports events and club training, just get in touch to learn more about the facilities we have available to hire.To enquire about hiring facilities at Wolverhampton Grammar School contact Julie Roberts Lettings Administrator, Telephone: 01902 421326 or email: lettings@wgs-sch.net

Does Wolverhampton Grammar School hire out sports facilities?

Wolverhampton Grammar School has facilities available for the general public or sports clubs to hire during evening and weekend and school holiday periods. Our Sports Centre offers access to a range of different facilities including cricket nets, squash, badminton, netball and basketball as well as astro turf, playing fields and pitches. The Sports Centre also has a fitness gym and fives courts. To enquire about hiring facilities at Wolverhampton Grammar School contact Julie Roberts Lettings Administrator, Telephone: 01902 421326 or email: lettings@wgs-sch.net

What qualifications are available at Sixth Form?

There is an extensive range of twenty two A Level and Cambridge Technical courses available at Wolverhampton Grammar School - everything from Art & Design to Theatre Studies. Expert teaching, small class sizes, dedicated Sixth Form centre coupled with a flexible curriculum ensure boys and girls excel with exceptional exam results.