Enfield Grammar School
Enfield, United Kingdom
About Enfield Grammar School
Enfield Grammar School is rightly proud of its fine traditions and examination achievements. It is also a school which is intent on ensuring that the breadth and quality of education will, as far as is possible, equip its pupils to meet the rapidly changing demands of the future.
We have high expectations of our students and in turn provide learning opportunities where all can fulfil their potential. Our motto, “Tant Que Je Puis” (As Much As I Can) is at the heart of our School community and we actively encourage both staff and students to strive for this aspiration
We are committed to supporting career progression and professional development for staff at all levels, with access to opportunities for self-development and regular Continuing Professional Development sessions.
The school is based on two sites. The Upper School is a mixture of original 16th and more recent 20th Century buildings and is situated just off the Market Square in the centre of Enfield Town. The Lower School, a five minutes walk from the Upper School, is a 17th Century listed building which houses Years 7 and 8. The school roll is approximately 1130 boys, of whom some 210+ are in the Sixth Form.
The school has a strong commitment to extra-curricular activities of all forms and it is expected that all potential members of staff would be willing to support this commitment.
I have really enjoyed being part of the cricket team and my music band. Its really helped me to make friends- Yr8 Student
As a new student at the end of Year 10, I would say I settled in quickly as the students and staff were welcoming- Yr10 Student
Students enjoy their learning and make good progress- Ofsted 2018
Pupils, sixth form students and staff are proud of their school- Ofsted 2018
Leaders and teachers are ambitious for their pupils. Leaders understand the importance of good behaviour for learning- Ofsted 2018
Leaders train teachers well to improve the quality of their teaching. This training is having a marked positive impact on pupils’ learning and their progress- Ofsted 2018