Students and staff from Wolverhampton Grammar School have created good luck messages and their own special tribute to Wolves – illuminating the School in Wolves “old gold” at night.
Wolverhampton Grammar School was founded in 1512 and has been a big influence on our home city, Wolverhampton. Much like the city and its football club, the School’s imprint is worldwide with alumni and former students’ working in over 30 countries and international school partnerships in Uganda and Macau.
Closer to home, the School employs almost 140 teachers, professional and technical staff who live in Wolverhampton. The School also uses local suppliers and supply chains throughout the region for goods and services. You can learn more about the School’s local, national and international impact here.
“With Wolves set for their first FA Cup semi-final appearance in 21 years on Sunday, the School wanted to create its own tribute to the success of the team – and to wish them well” said Carrie Bennett, spokeswoman for Wolverhampton Grammar School.
The School will be illuminated in gold for the duration of the club’s success in the FA Cup.