I am delighted to provide you with this introduction to Poole Grammar School: the pupils who study here, their teachers, the support staff; the richness of the academic, cultural, sporting and extra-curricular opportunities offered. It has been providing a first class education for the Borough of Poole since 1904
09.03.2016Visit of Dr Janina RamirezOn Tuesday 15th March Art Historian Dr Janina Ramirez will be hosting a mini-conference for 120 students from schools in the South West of England at Poole Grammar School. Dr Ramirez is course director for the Undergraduate Certificate in History of Art at the University of Oxford and as a presenter, she has filmed a number of documentaries for BBC Television. In 2010 she presented her debut, ‘Treasures of the Anglo-Saxons’ which aired on BBC Four, before going over to BBC Two. In 2011, she presented The Viking Sagas, and Britain’s Most Fragile Treasure.
07.03.2016Prestigious BBC Cook of the Year AwardPoole Grammar is absolutely thrilled with the news that our Catering Manager Chris Watson has been shortlisted in the highly prestigious BBC Food and Farming Awards for 2016. All the finalists were announced on 6 March on Radio 4’s Food Programme. Chris has been shortlisted in the Cook of the Year category - one of three in the country. We expect to hear later in April who has actually won.
22.01.2016Sir Robert Winston VisitPoole Grammar School are delighted to announce the forthcoming visit of Lord Professor Robert Winston, Professor of Science and Society and Emeritus Professor of Fertility Studies at Imperial College, London at 2.30pm on Thursday 28th January 2016. The talk forms part of the school’s ongoing programme of extra and ‘super-curricular’ events and opportunities designed to enhance and raise the aspirations of its pupils in making choices for the future. Pupils always appreciate hearing directly from people about their journey through life, and how they have ended up being ‘eminent’.