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Welcome to Alder Grange

At Alder Grange you will find an outstanding educational community dedicated to the successful development of the whole child and young person. Naturally, academic progress and attainment are extremely important to us, and you will find our results reflect this. This is due to a total commitment to excellent teaching and learning by a highly skilled and dedicated staff, constantly reflecting upon and developing their own practice. Read more... 

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We are looking forward to throwing our doors open and welcoming any students that may be interested in studying at Alder Grange Sixth Form in September 2018.

Come and join us for coffee and cake at one of our ag6 Drop in sessions.

We look forward to welcoming you!



Latest News

Sixth Form students have been preparing for life after sixth form by attending talks about their future options. In March, they visited the annual UCAS Manchester Higher Education Exhibition, where they had the chance to speak to representatives from more than 100 universities as well as organisations offering apprenticeships and school leavers programmes. 

The girl’s cricket team is celebrating after coming third in the Lancashire Cricket Foundation’s Chance to Shine under 13's girls county final. To secure a spot in the county final at Bolton Arena, the girls had won the Rossendale round, beating Haslingden in the borough final.

Eco-friendly cars, volcanos and lava lamps were all part of the fun at our science fair. Pupils in years 7 to 9 showed off their scientific creations, ranging from home-made lava lamps to hand-held balls of fire, at the fair which was held to mark the end of a week of science related activities for British Science Week.



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