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  • STUDENTS WOWED BY LIVING BOOKS

    Posted: 24/10/18

    The Otley Family of Schools Living Books Day took place at several venues across Otley. The event involved some 270 young people from the 8 schools across the partnership, with each group of pupils “borrowing” a number of different “living books” - people who live in our local community – hearing stories from their childhood and asking them about their subsequent lives and what has brought them to (or kept them living in) our local area. The theme of the event was “You can’t judge a book by its cover”, and pupils considered issues such as identity, community, diversity and preconceptions. After the event, pupils will draw on the day’s learning to complete some kind of curriculum-based work back in their respective schools.

  • CONSULTATION ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO OUR ADMISSION POLICY (FROM SEPTEMBER 2020)

    Posted: 05/10/18

    Governors are consulting on a proposal to amend the Admissions Policy oversubscription criteria for Prince Henry’s Grammar School, so that it includes a preference to students attending a named feeder primary school - Bramhope Primary School.

  • RESTART A HEART

    Posted: 17/10/18

    Students at Prince Henry’s joined more than 200,000 young people across the UK and the world earning CPR , as part of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service Restart a Heart Day – which went worldwide for the first time this year.

  • REFURBISHED PAVILION OPENED BY TOWN MAYOR

    Posted: 08/10/18

    It was smiles all round as we held an Opening Ceremony for the newly refurbished Pavilion changing rooms at Wharfemeadows Playing Fields.

  • YEAR 6 OPEN EVENING A GREAT SUCCESS

    Posted: 11/09/18

    Our Open Evening for prospective new students in Year 7 was packed full of fun!

  • 100 YEARS OLD!

    Posted: 18/09/18

    Prince Henry’s is celebrating a very special birthday this September – and  we want your help. Whilst the school has been educating the children of Otley and surrounding villages since the 1600s there was a 44 year period between 1874 and 1918 when the school ceased to exist. 100 years ago this week (on 18th September 1918) Prince Henry’s re-opened and began its journey to the vibrant school it is today.

  • GCSE RESULTS ARE IMPRESSIVE

    Posted: 23/08/18

    Despite increased challenge in many GCSE exams and a different grading system, students at Prince Henry’s have once again produced an impressive set of results.

  • YEAR 13 LEAD THE WAY WITH FANTASTIC RESULTS

    Posted: 16/08/18

    "Our sixth form students have achieved some excellent results once again - I am incredibly proud of their performance. The vast majority have secured a place at their chosen university, apprenticeship or workplace. I wish all of them the very best for their next steps.” commented Janet Sheriff.

  • COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMME LAUNCHED

    Posted: 23/07/18

    Our new Community Education programme has been launched! You can find all the details here or email info@princehenrys.co.uk and ask for one to be sent out.  

  • YEAR 10 VOLUNTEER IN THE COMMUNITY

    Posted: 07/06/18

    Year 10 students from Prince Henry’s spent their Timanyane (Global Citizenship) Day in June working with organizations in Otley. The day saw students working on community projects such as dry stone walling, ​working with Chevin Park Rangers, Otley in Bloom, Otley BID, Otley Courthouse, Ashfield Primary School, The Whartons Primary School, St Joseph’s Primary School, Councillor Mick Bradley, the Bridge Church and Otley Rotary Club.