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Abbeydale Grange School was a mixed comprehensive school in Sheffield, England, established in 1958 and closed after the 2009/10 academic year, after being listed amongst the schools with worst GCSE examination results.
Abbeydale Grange School Wikipedia
The school was set in a green site off Abbeydale Road (part of the A621), a short bus journey from Sheffield city centre. It served both the local area and the wider city community.
The Upper School was north of the Lower School site.
The Lower School site closed in July 2010, and was adjacent, to the south of the Upper School site.
The school originated in 1958 as Abbeydale Boy's Grammar School. The school had a strong academic reputation. The building of this school had begun in 1956 and was the replacement for Nether Edge Grammar School which had been founded in 1927.
It became a comprehensive in 1969. The school closed in 2010 because of the low exam results.Sebastian Coe (Now Baron Coe, of Ranmore) - multi gold medal winning Olympic athlete & former Chair of the UK Olympic Committee
Kevin Davies - English football player who is currently a Free agent
Gerald Phiri - Zambian 100m sprinter who qualified for the semi-finals of the London 2012 Olympic Games
Si Spencer - television dramatist and graphic novelist
Paul Blomfield, Labour MP since 2010 for Sheffield Central
Dr Peter Briggs OBE, Chief Executive from 1990-2002 of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (since 2009 known as the British Science Association), and Principal from 2002-09 of Southlands College, Roehampton
Sir Keith Povey, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary from 2002-05, Chief Constable from 1993-97 of Leicestershire Constabulary
Peter Wheeler (TVR), chemical engineer
Sue Biggs, Chief Executive since 2010 of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
Lorna Binns, watercolour artist
Valerie Howarth, Baroness Howarth of Breckland OBE, founder Director from 1987-2001 of ChildLine
Margaret Spurr OBE, President from 1985-86 of the Girls' Schools Association, and a Governor from 1993-98 of the BBC
Sir Leslie Fletcher DSC, Chairman from 1989-94 of Westland Group and from 1992-95 of the Rank Organisation
Jack Smith, artist
Bob Stirling, rugby player
Prof Charles Tottle, Professor of Medical Engineering from 1975-78 at the University of Bath, Professor of Metallurgy from 1959-67 at the University of Manchester
Thomas Ward, artist
Bill Michie, Labour MP from 1983-2001 for Sheffield Heeley
Susan Horner, Director of Curriculum from 2009-10 at the QCA, now the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (English teacher from 1974-79)
Eileen Stamers-Smith, Headmistress from 1984-85 of Malvern Girls' College (taught English at the girls' grammar school from 1952-57)