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曼彻斯特文理中学

Manchester Grammar School

 

 

 

 

 

学校性质:

独立中学,走读,小学,中学

排名:

 

学校类型:

2018-19年学费:

 4190期

建校时间:

1515年

入学要求:

 9-16岁,  测试

学校位置:

英中部 曼彻斯特

奖学金项目:

 学习成绩、艺术、音乐

学生人数:

1740人

其 它:

  10-15%考入牛剑  需提前一年申请

学校网站:

www.mgs.org

 

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学校概况:
曼彻斯特文理中学(曼彻斯特文理学校)The Manchester Grammar School于1515年由埃克塞特大主教Hugh Oldham创办,推广“信仰与学习”。并于1931年搬迁至法洛菲尔德,并建立现在的校区。我校近年来新增了一所全新的中学楼,一套设备齐全的戏剧室和体育馆。操场紧邻教学楼,整个校园占地36英亩。每年约有200名新生入读我校,均来自西北地区不同的家庭。我校学生成绩优异,每年有相当一部分毕业生升读牛剑。我校为学生提供传统,全面及适合学生的课程。我校开设A-Level和IB课程。我校欢迎不同宗教信仰的学生入读,同时,我校要求学生学习宗教这么课程。音乐,戏剧,艺术和设计是我校传统优势学科。我校体育成绩优异,并为学生提供丰富的社团生活。我校多名学生更是不同体育项目的郡代表。我校多名学生获得The Duke of Edinburgh奖项(2015年38名学生获得金奖)。我校更带领学生积极参与社区活动。

校长:

Martin Boulton博士,从2013年开始任职。曾就读于本校,毕业于诺丁汉大学(采矿工程专业)和曼切斯特大学(研究生教育证书)。教职员: 192名全职老师。

考试成绩:

GCSE/IGCSE: 167名11年级学生参加统考,所有学生获得8门以上的C(92%的学生获得A)。A-level/IB: 193名13年级学生,参加A-Level统考的所有学生通过3门以上的学科,平均分是420分。参加IB统考的学生,平均分是37.6分。

学生升学:

98%的A-Level毕业生升读大学。15%的学生升读牛剑或美国常春藤大学,如哈佛和耶鲁。13%的学生学习医学,27%的学生学习科学,数学和工程学,50%的学生学习人文学科和社会科学;小部分学生学习音乐或美术,或直接参加工作。

体育:

所有学生必修体育,多达15项体育运动供学生选择:足球,橄榄球,柔道,潜水和高尔夫等。多名学生更是橄榄球,游泳,足球,板球,乒乓球和越野运动的地区代表和国家代表。学生每年获得Duke of Edinburgh奖项 (2015年38名学生获得金奖); 我校开设社区服务; 我校与附近的学校紧密互动; 我校每年为本地和国家慈善活动筹款 (2015年筹得6万英镑)。我校在中学开设150多个社团(其中70个社团在小学部开设),包括哲学社,辩论社,天文社,航空社和攀岩社等。

著名校友:

Sir William Barlow (上海快三结果邮局局长); Lord (Geoffrey) Tordoff (自由民主党党员); Sir Ben Kingsley, Robert Powell (演员); Sir Nicholas Hytner (上海快三结果国家剧院院长); Professor Sir Michael Atiyah (数学家); Alan Garner (儿童作家); Sir Howard Davies (伦敦政经学院主任); Martin Sixsmith (记者); Mike Atherton (板球运动员); John Crawley (前政府间气候变化专门委员会委员); Paul Ormerod (经济学家和作家); Sir Walter Bodmer (遗传学者), Michael Crick (《新闻之夜》政治部编辑); Stanley Fink (对冲基金董事长和慈善家); Michael Wood (历史学家); Dr Rangan Chatterjee (医生); Faisal Islam (记者和广播员)

曼彻斯特文理中学
学校类型: 男校,中学,小学
地址: The Manchester Grammar School, Old Hall Lane, Manchester M13 0XT
邮编: M13 0XT
地区: 曼切斯特
电话: 0161 224 7201 转 243
官网: www.mgs.org
学生人数: 共1740人, 13年级共193人


School: Manchester Grammar
School Type: Boys, Junior and Senior
Address:
The Manchester Grammar School, Old Hall Lane, Manchester M13 0XT
Postcode: M13 0XT
Region: Manchester (Greater)
Telephone: 0161 224 7201 ext 243
Website: www.mgs.org
Gender: Boys
Pupils: 1740, Upper sixth 193


Description:
Founded in 1515 by Hugh Oldham, Bishop of Exeter, to promote ‘godliness and good learning’. It moved in 1931 to Fallowfield where it grew to its present size. The buildings have been constantly added to – recently a new junior school, a well-equipped theatre and drama studios, and a sports hall; facilities are excellent. The playing fields are adjacent and the whole area covers 36 acres. Each year about 200 boys join, from widely differing backgrounds and from a broad area of the north-west. Intellectually and academically very high-powered, its examination results are consistently excellent and very large numbers go on to Oxbridge. A well-qualified teaching staff provides all pupils with a broad, traditional and flexible curriculum. It now offers the International Baccalaureate alongside traditional A-levels. All the major religions are represented in the school and religious studies, taught as an academic discipline, forms a fundamental part of the curriculum. It is very strong in music, drama, art and design. An excellent range of games and sports is offered, in which high standards are attained. There is a vast and diverse range of co-curricular opportunities and many boys represent the country in various disciplines. The Duke of Edinburgh programme is strong (38 Gold Awards in 2015). There is considerable emphasis on outdoor pursuits and the school owns sites in the Peak District, Grasmere and South Stainmore in Cumbria. Local community schemes are active.

School Head: High Master: Dr Martin Boulton, in post from 2013. Educated at Derby School in Bury and Manchester Grammar School, and at the universities of Nottingham (mining engineering) and Manchester (PGCE). Previously Under Master (Deputy Head) at Westminster School and taught at Sherborne. Prior to teaching, he worked in the mining industry for DeBeers and in corporate finance for Arthur Andersen. Teaching staff: 192 full-time.

Results: GCSE/IGCSE: 167 pupils in fifth, all gaining at least grade C (92% grade A) in 8+ subjects. A-level/IB: 193 pupils in upper sixth. All those taking AS/A-levels passed in 3+ subjects with an average final points score of 420; of those taking the IB, all gained the diploma with an average of 37.6 IB points.

Furtherhigher: 98% of sixth-form leavers go on to a degree course, 15% to Oxbridge and some to Ivy League universities eg Harvard and Yale. 13% take courses in medicine, 27% in science, maths and engineering, 50% in humanities and social sciences; a few go on to art or music colleges or straight into careers.

Sport: All boys take part in timetabled games. Some 15+ sports offered, including football, rugby, judo, diving and golf. Regional and national representatives in many sports eg rugby, swimming, football, cricket, table tennis and cross-country. Also Duke of Edinburgh (38 Gold Awards in 2015); community service; links with local SEND schools and inner-city community schemes; annual fund-raising activities for local and national charities (Σ60,000 raised in 2015). More than 150 clubs and societies in Senior School (70 in Junior School), eg philosophy, debating, war hammer, astronomical, aviation, climbing.

Alumni: Old Mancunians’ Association, has many regional sections. Contact via the Development Office Secretary, Mrs Jane Graham, c/o the school.

Formerpupils: Sir William Barlow (chairman of the Post Office); Lord (Geoffrey) Tordoff (Lib Dem politician); Sir Ben Kingsley, Robert Powell (actors); Sir Nicholas Hytner (director of the National Theatre); Professor Sir Michael Atiyah (mathematics); Alan Garner (children’s author); Sir Howard Davies (former Chairman of FSA and director of the LSE); Martin Sixsmith (journalist); Mike Atherton (cricketer); John Crawley (former IPCC commissioner); Paul Ormerod (economist and writer); Sir Walter Bodmer (geneticist), Michael Crick (political editor of Newsnight); Stanley Fink (hedge-fund chief executive and philanthropist); Michael Wood (historian); Dr Rangan Chatterjee (doctor); Faisal Islam (journalist and broadcaster).



University Destinations 2016

2016大学录取情况

Institution 大学 Number人数
Oxford and Cambridge 22
                   (Oxford) 13
                   (Cambridge) 9
Nottingham 15
Birmingham 6
Manchester 4
London Universities 29
                   (UCL) 10
                   (Imperial) 6
                   (LSE) 5
                   (KCL) 8
Leeds 15
Durham 6
Bristol 16
St Andrews 2
US/Canada 1
Others 56