Easter Half-Term break: Monday 08th April 2019 - Monday 22nd April 2019.
*Please note the academy will be open with reduced operations between 8am - 4pm
Inset day: Tuesday 23rd April 2019 - Please note the academy will closed to all students for staff training. School resumes as normal Wednesday 24th April 2019
Year 11 Parents Evening - Thursday 25th April 2019, 4pm
All Year 11 Parent/Carers welcome. We look forward to seeing you.
Spring Term Mock Exams
Year 11 Easter Revision Timetable: Easter 2019 Year 11 Timetable.pptx
Please click here for the mock exam timetables for Year's 10, 11 and 13
First cohort of EGA students celebrate fantastic A-Level results!
We would like to say well done to all our A-Level students, who have worked extremely hard this academic year.
Huge congratulations to our first ever EGA A-Level cohort!
77% of our students have achieved a place at their first or second choice of University.
Currently 97% of our students have achieved a place at university to study their chosen course.
Our Key Stage 5 results 2016 can be found here.
A-level Politics (A), English Literature (A) and Economics (B).
“I actually got two grades higher than expected. I’m going to study politics and philosophy at Birmingham.
“Evelyn Grace really helped me. I spent hours studying here. The receptionists were at school early, so I was able to use the study room first thing in the morning.”
A-level Maths (A*), Physics (A) and Economics (B).
“I’ll miss Evelyn Grace. I’ve been here since Year 7. You can really see the change, since the transition.
“I’m going to study physics at the University of Manchester. At the moment, I’m looking at going into finance. I was at Blackrock for two weeks over the summer for a placement.”
A-level Economics (B), History (B) and Politics (B).
“I’ve been at Evelyn Grace for eight years and I’ll miss it. But now I’m starting a new chapter and I’m excited.
“I wasn’t expecting three Bs. It’s been a tough year and my results are better than I expected. I’m going to study History at St Mary’s University.”
Message from the Head of Sixth Form
“This year was our first set of A-level results. I’m really pleased for the students, they’ve worked incredibly hard.
“Some of them have been at the school from 07:00 in the morning until 07:00 in the evening. We wanted to make sure that everyone got the results for their first choice university, and many of them have.
“I’m pleased for the staff too – they’ve put in a huge amount of work.”
EGA Sixth Form Enrolment is taking place now!