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Welcome to Grove School

Forthcoming events: 

Tuesday 16 January  |  Year 8 Options Evening 18:30 - 20:00

Monday 22 January |  College interviews start

Wednesday 24 Jnauary |  Progress Day

Monday 29 January |  Discovery Day

Tuesday 13 February |  Year 8 Girls HPV Vaccines​
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Grove School aims to develop learners who are confident, resilient, enquiring, creative and respectful; who take pride in their achievements and successes.  Grove School and Grove College stand together on a large and beautiful site bounded by the River Tern and the Shropshire Union Canal.
Grove is Market Drayton’s only secondary school and the School and College together form a comprehensive school which admits both boys and girls and provides courses for 11-19 year-old students of all abilities.

Grove serves not only the town of Market Drayton but also a wide area of North East Shropshire. A number of students from Staffordshire also attend.  Grove is a focal point for the community, both for its buildings and facilities which are widely used outside normal school hours, and because it is the natural choice of school for all students in the area.  

The staff and governors take the responsibility of Grove being the only school within this area very seriously and it is their aim for the community to be proud of their school and for parents and carers to know that they have in Grove a school offering a high standard of education within a supportive environment.
Our school calendar can be found here: school calendar

Term dates can be found here: Term dates
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We have invested in the award winning GCSEPod to help our students reach their goals!  

All students have log in details and are actively using the site.  Parents / Carers can log in by visiting gcsepod.com .  
Aimee-Leigh's story
Supporting Aimee-Leigh

Bernadette Speers, one of our parents, from Loggerheads, provides round-the-clock care for her beautiful 7-year-old daughter Aimee-Leigh.   You may have seen in The Sentinel that Bernadette recently received an award in the Adult Carer of the the Year category of their "Our Heroes Award".  

Aimee Leigh is disabled and her condition is currently undiagnosed.  Her family are currently raising funds to take her to The John Hoskins Specialist Hospital in America. You can see Aimee's story here   and make a donation here.