Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys(唐橋井男子文理學校)
Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys
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Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys, also known as Tunbridge Wells Boys' Grammar School, TWGSB or "Tech", is a community grammar school located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England.
Founded as a technical school in 1956, TWGSB became a grammar school in 1982. It is a state school, and one of the largest of the remaining grammar schools in England.
The school has over 1,200 pupils ranging from 11 to 18 years of age, and more than 100 staff members. Entrance is selective, with pupils falling within the top thirty per cent band of ability upon entrance. Prospective students are required to take the 11-plus to gain a place.
Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys has a mixed sixth form. A minimum of 48 points across all GCSE's and a 5 in English Language and Maths is required and although priority for places is given to TWGSB students, the school welcomes applications from both boys and girls from other schools.
Headteacher, John Harrison retired in December 2016 after 10 years at the helm. Simon Marsh became acting headteacher and was followed as headteacher by the appointment of Amanda Simpson.