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Welcome to Alder Grange

At Alder Grange you will find an outstanding educational community dedicated to the successful development of the whole child and young person. Naturally, academic progress and attainment are extremely important to us, and you will find our results reflect this. This is due to a total commitment to excellent teaching and learning by a highly skilled and dedicated staff, constantly reflecting upon and developing their own practice. Read more... 


Alder Grange Sixth Form Open Evening and Taster Day 

Would you like to study with us with us in September 2018? Then add these key dates to your diary: Open Evening Thursday 16th November and Taster Day Friday 17th November

Make these your first important steps to a brighter future and use this opportunity to speak to staff, explore the facilities and discuss your options.










Latest News

If you missed our open evening don't worry, just call us on 01706 223171 and we will be happy to help.

We are hosting another Fizz Fashion Show to raise funds for our newly established PTA on Thursday 23rd November 2017. There will also be clothing and accessories for sale and a complimentary glass of wine with your entry ticket.

Feel free to bring along friends, relatives and neighbours for some retail therapy and to refresh your wardrobe or to buy some early Christmas gifts! We hosted a similar event in 2014 and it was a huge success, so come and join us in the Sixth Form Centre for an evening of fun and fundraising! 

 A group of AG students have completed a gruelling 36 mile expedition through Morocco's toughest landscapes to achieve their Silver Duke of Edinburgh's Award. 

John Gibbons, Duke of Edinburgh Co-ordinator said: "The D of E means something different to each pupil; it helps build self-confidence, extends a pupils outlook and helps to raise their sense of self awareness and ability. The trip was a great success, due in no small part to the attitude and approach of the pupils who all took the unknown in their stride with confidence and maturity."

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