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    • Vacancies - Teacher of Mathematics (PT), Long Term Cover for Admin Asst, Cleaning Asst and Catering Asst, FT Technician (PT), Library and Independent Study Asst.


      For details of these vacancies, please click here.

    • Mollie Rouse selected for England Women’s U19 Development Camp


      Congratulations to Mollie Rouse, who has been selected for the England Women’s U19 Development Camp, taking place at St George's Park between 5th and 9th June 2017.

    • April 2017 Newsletter


      Please click here to view the April 2017 Newsletter.

    • 2017 Subject Sampling Evening


      Please click here to view a selection of this year's Art and Photography Subject Sampling evening's work.

      For further details on Sixth Form applications, please click here.

    • AGS December 2016 Newsletter


      Click here to view the December 2016 newsletter.

    • Keep up with all that's happening at AGS!


      Keep up with all that's happening at AGS - follow us at @AGSPrincipal.

    • Mollie and Lucy (England U19s Girl's Squad) win in Northern Ireland.


      Congratulations to both AGS girls, Lucy Shepherd and Mollie Rouse, who were part of the winning England U19s squad for the Coefficient Tournament in Northern Ireland (Belfast) that took place between the 16th and 24th October.

    • Florence Cain winner in BBC Young Choristers of the Year


      A huge congratulations to Florence Cain who has won the BBC Radio 2's Young Chorister of the Year competition.

    • Lucy and Mollie selected for UEFA WU19 Tournament


      AGS girls Lucy Shepherd and Mollie Rouse have both been selected for the UEFA WU19 Coefficient Tournament in Northern Ireland (Belfast).

       

    • Best ever A level results for AGS


      Alcester Grammar School is celebrating its best ever A level results, with over 67% of entries graded A*- B. This outstanding figure is even higher (over 75%) for those students who have been at the school for the whole of their secondary education.