Huddersfield Grammar School secures £3.5 million investment
Huddersfield Grammar School announced plans to spend £3.5m over the next two years to improve the School’s site and facilities. The plans will enable significant improvement to be made to buildings, classrooms and outside play space.
The development work begins in July of this year and when complete, will further enhance Huddersfield Grammar School’s reputation for academic excellence. As a long-standing part of the Huddersfield community, the School already enjoys an outstanding reputation with its small class sizes, tailored learning, strong pastoral care and outstanding examination results. Last year, 100% of graduating pupils obtained 5 or more GCSEs including Maths and English.
Headmaster Mr Tim Hoyle commented…
“I am delighted that Huddersfield Grammar School is able to benefit from this substantial investment. It demonstrates Cognita’s commitment to the pupils and parents of the School and is a testament to the hard work and efforts of our staff. The School already achieves great things for its pupils, both in terms of academic results and well-being but with increased and more modern facilities and resources, our future looks even brighter.
Cognita’s UK Managing Director, Ed Hyslop added…
“We are delighted to be able to provide this substantial support for Huddersfield Grammar School at such an important stage of the School’s development. HGS is already a beacon for academic excellence which it demonstrates through outstanding results. The new buildings and facilities will improve the educational experience for all pupils and we look forward to a new era for this long-standing and highly regarded school.”