Any external students wishing to apply to Sixth Form should contact the school office on publication of GCSE results and request an interview with the School Principal.

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Modern Languages

Well done to Cambridge House’s Modern Languages’ students, past and…

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Music Examination Results

Congratulations to the following pupils on their Music Examination Results: Trinity…

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Action Cancer

Members of staff and pupils from years 9, 10 and…

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Netball Winners

Congratulations to the Minor Netball team who won the Northern…

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Year 8 Fundraising

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Sports Day/Fun Day 2018

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Principal's Welcome

Welcome to the Cambridge House Grammar School website, which I hope will inform you about our school, our aims and expectations.

Cambridge House Grammar School is a controlled co-educational Grammar School (11-19), which enjoys high levels of commitment from students, staff, governors, parents, past pupils and friends of the school. We are situated on an excellent and expansive site at the corner of the Galgorm Road and Cambridge Avenue. We have a stable enrolment trend, accommodating 900 pupils on this site, with a highly qualified staff, a full ranging curriculum for all year groups, an extensive extra curricular programme with an excellent pastoral care system, which derives from the school’s commitment to ensuring that pupils’ emotional health and well-being is actively recognised and addressed by pastoral staff.

I hope that you enjoy browsing through our website and should you have any questions, please contact us at the school.

Mrs Lutton - Principal

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