Wolverhampton Grammar School’s campus is currently closed to students – other than 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.

Wellbeing and Assisted learning

At Wolverhampton Grammar School we strongly believe that every students’ wellbeing is our number one priority. Many of our Sixth Form students will say that their experience at our School is “unlike” anything they’ve experienced before, with respect to how they are treated through their interactions with staff and the opportunities they are given, but with that comes greater responsibility.

Students join our Sixth Form from all sorts of different backgrounds, cultures and schools. Every Sixth Form student is assigned to a tutor group, which is a combined mix of Lower and Upper Sixth students. Sixth Formers meet with their tutor every day and are able to talk to them about anything from their work and options for university, what’s happening in the media and the wider world. A tutor understands the importance of their role and are always happy to help.

As a dyslexia friendly School, all new members of staff receive training on dyslexia friendly teaching and multi-sensory strategies are visible throughout the School.

Pastoral care is one of our highest priorities, with students’ development, learning and welfare being at the heart of everything we do. With a dedicated Assistant Head who directly overseas the care and support offered to all our students, which includes a School counselling service, all students and parents can be assured that every child in our care is fully supported.

Our School provides access to OpAL – a specialist, dedicated support programme for students with dyslexia who need a little extra support. As young adults, Sixth Formers will notice a difference in the way that they have interactions with staff, fellow students and peers. In OpAL, students receive small group or one-to-one tuition to support their learning needs, and action plans are provided to each of their teachers detailing their individual learning profile and suggestions for suitable teaching activities. All our OpAL Sixth Form students consistently perform well in their A Level exams, which is testament to their hard work and dedicated to achieve and be the best they can be.