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          The School has a reputation for academic success and the overwhelming majority of our students progress to the most highly selective universities and places of learning in the UK including Oxford, Cambridge and the Royal College of Music. Our success is built on high expectations, hard work and the fact that we are an inclusive school built on meritocracy. We are a school for every academically able child regardless of social-economic background, ethnicity or gender. 

          Learning is at the heart of our community and through our outstanding teachers and support staff we nurture a hunger for knowledge and understanding in our learners. We are not satisfied with academic excellence alone but expect our students to make a serious contribution to the extra-curricular programme that is on offer at the school; from success on the sporting field to the delight of winning the National Bar Mock Trial competition. We place significant emphasis on developing the knowledge, skills, principles and values our students need in the 21st Century.

          As Headteacher of Colyton Grammar School and also as a teacher of History, I believe that it is important to respect the past, to celebrate the present and to influence the future positively. Our curriculum has always been focused on challenge; on developing the whole person while maintaining rigorous academic and traditional values. Expectations are high and our aim is to be the best school in the country.

          I am extremely proud and privileged to be the Headteacher of this great school in the heart of the South West. I hope that you find this website informative and we are happy to welcome visitors to the School.


          Mr T J Harris BA (Hons) FCCT
          Headteacher

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          Colyton Grammar School
          Whitwell Lane
          Colyford
          Devon
          EX24 6HN
          Tel: 01297 552327
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          Colyton Grammar School
          Whitwell Lane
          Colyford
          Devon
          EX24 6HN
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          1546
          In 1546 twenty yeomen and merchants the first Feoffees - bought land from the Crown ‘for the benefit of Colyton’, and their first act was to endow a Grammar School ‘for the goodly and virtuous education of children in Colyton forever’.
          1600
          1603 William Hull was the first headmaster, he went onto be vicar of Colyton. 1610 Mr Dynham, new master. Over the next decade there were 9 different headmasters and 2 episodes of the plague to hit Colyton.
          1700
          1792 The first headmistress Mrs Susanah Stokes, taught 5 boys. In 1795 Samuel Major led the school through the Napoleonic war years, well supported by the Feoffees
          Early 1800
          1815 Thomas Dawe Major, the Feoffees voted 10 free scholars from Colyton Parish. 1834, after 41 applicants they appointed Donald McNee Stirling. A historian whose published books were on Colyton and Seaton (pictured). 30 yrs headmaster, he died in office
          Mid 1800
          1875 CGS established itself as a day and boarding school. Master salary £80 pa, a free education to 6 boys elected by the Feoffees, & taught boys of Colyton for £4.4s. A troubled time followed with master Henry John Dodwell, from 12 boys to 1 in just 6m
          Late 1800
          1876 Jose Fortescue Gueritz, a keen cricketer the new master but a decline in boys meant CGS closed for a year. 1879 James Fowler re-opened the school with 6 boys, 1884 38 boys attended with the first students to pass University of Aberdeen and Naval exam
          1900-1910
          The school closed for 5 years as numbers dropped. 1905 Lothar Mermagen re opened with 60 boys, he had a assistant Mr W. Carl. Standards rose quickly and the school could now get a government grant
          1910-1920
          1913 Winifred Tolman and Una Gill were the first girls of CGS. A board of Governors appointed. Donald McKay Ohm was master of 70 pupils. He sourced a school bus for Seaton & Axminster pupils. Space was limited. Sir Frederick de la Pole gifted a swimming p
          1920-1930
          1921 Governors handed the school over to Devon County Council. 1929 moved to the first purpose built school of the century, with a war memorial in the entrance.
          1930-1940
          150 pupils attended, rising to nearly 200 with evacuees. Free milfk from Mr Pady of Dares Farm. Started to be recognised for good academic attainment in Maths and Science.
          1950-1960
          Mr Jowett stood as acting head (after his 34 year service to the school), Mr Morison was appointed with over 200 pupils at the school space was limited. 1955 the school increased to 2 forms of entry. Alumni were invited back to school Florence David from
          1960-1970
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