Xmas A Glance@Grammar

We have finally arrived at the end of the Autumn term. It has been an incredibly long term for the boys and for the staff and we are all very excited about the forthcoming break. We are very proud of the OFSTED visit and subsequent report and we all feel that the school is moving forward and we hope, at our next inspection, to have secured outstanding practice in all areas thus enabling OFSTED to grade us as Outstanding.

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Ryan receiving his cadet of the year award.

Enfield Cadet of Year Award Winner 2018: Ryan Tanni

We are very proud of his achievements and wish him continued success with the Cadets.

Any student who wishes to join the Police Cadet should speak to our School Police Officer  PC M White

Dyslexia Awareness


We are rapidly approaching an exciting week – Dyslexia Awareness Week. This is a great opportunity to share knowledge and understanding of dyslexia; support, and learn from, children and adults with dyslexia and help to create a dyslexia-friendly society.

This year, the week runs from Monday 2nd October to Sunday 8th October 2017 and our theme is Positive about Dyslexia.

“As many people may know, I am a severe dyslexic,” says Sir Jackie Stewart, Formula One Triple World Champion. “I sincerely believe it has been an advantage and not a penalty in life.” 

World Dyslexia Awareness Day takes place on Thursday 5th October 2017, so watch out for news and activities from across the dyslexia associations of the world.

Our daily themes will be re-enforcing the aims of the British Dyslexia Association:

  • Monday 2nd Oct –  Early Identification
  • Tuesday 3rd Oct – Appropriate Teaching Provision
  • Wednesday 4th Oct – Appropriate Assessments
  • Thursday 5th Oct – Reasonable Adjustments
  • Friday 6th Oct – Raising Dyslexia Awareness

Social Media: The agreed hashtag for the week is: #positivedyslexia2017 We encourage use of this across social media and will be looking out for your activities, success stories and positive quotes. Download our toolkit for supporters.

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for regular information and ways for you to get involved.

​For more information, resources and to download banners to show your support, please visit the British Dyslexia Association website. There are competitions to enter, awards to be won and lots more.

Our daily themes will be re-enforcing the Aims of the British Dyslexia Association taking one aim each day.


​For any media enquiries and interview requests, please contact Liz Loly, Communications & Relationship Manager on lizl@bdadyslexia.org.uk  or 07458 033 935.


Enfield Grammar is working on promoting financial education to all students and hopefully very soon becoming a centre of excellence.

One of the several events we are holding this year will take place on Thursday 4th October.

A charity called MyBnk will be delivering a two hour session on “Money choice” for all our year 7’s. Their aim is to “Empower young people to take charge of their future by bringing money to life”.


Inspection of Enfield Grammar School by Ofsted 27 September 2018

We have just told your child’s school that we will inspect it on 27 September 2018. The lead inspector will be Dame McVittie. We are writing to you because we would like to know what you think about the school. Please take a few minutes to read the leaflet which came with this letter. It explains why we inspect schools, and what happens during an inspection.
Your views about the school are important to us If you are a registered parent or carer of a pupil at the school (including pupils on sick leave or who are temporarily excluded), you can tell us your views about the school by completing Ofsted’s online survey, Parent View, at: www.parentview.ofsted.gov.uk.

OFSTED Letter to Parents – 26 September 2018

School inspections – a guide for parents


We are delighted to announce that the Geography department will be running a trip to Iceland. The trip will be an unforgettable opportunity for students to experience Geography first-hand, supporting their classroom learning and bringing the subject to life.

The trip is being organised by specialist group tour operator Rayburn Tours who have been operating educational trips for schools since 1965. Rayburn Tours is ABTA bonded and ATOL protected, as well as being accredited by Learning Outside the Classroom and the School Travel Forum.


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