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Dover Grammar School for Girls

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Type  Grammar School
DfE URN  118806 Tables
Address  Dover CT16 2PZ, UK
Founded  1904
Headteacher  Robert Benson
Gender  Female
Phone  +44 1304 206625
Local authority  Kent County Council
Established  1904 as Dover County School (with Dover Grammar School for Boys), and 1910 as Dover Girls Grammar School
Location  Frith Road Dover Kent CT16 2PZ England
Motto  Optima tenete; (Hold on to the best things in life")
Similar  Dover Grammar School fo, The Folkestone School fo, The Folkestone Academy, Sir Roger Manwood's School, Astor College

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Dover Grammar School for Girls is a community grammar school for girls, aged between 11 and 18, and boys aged between 16 and 18, in Dover, England. The school has a range of subjects in the curriculum, as well as extra-curricular activities such as sports, art and drama clubs; the clubs run at lunchtimes and after-school.

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History

It formed in 1904 as part of the Dover County School, and only later split into Boys' and Girls' Grammars in 1910 - DGGS still has close co-operation with the Boys' Grammar. The school's houses are Hubert de Burgh, St Martin, Queen Ethelburga, and Stephen de Pencester. The house names were chosen in a poll by the students in 1910 and have never changed.

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Dover Grammar School for Girls Wikipedia


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