Colyton Grammar School

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Colyton Grammar School
Motto Esse Qvam Videri
Established 1546
Type Grammar school, Academy
Headteacher Paul Evans
Chairman of Governors Christopher Bastin
Specialism Science
Location Whitwell Lane
EX24 6HN
Ofsted number yes
Students 826, including around 214 in the sixth Form
Gender Mixed
Ages 11 to 18
School colours   Blue
Coordinates: 50°43′41″N 3°04′21″W / 50.728°N 3.0725°W / 50.728; -3.0725

Colyton Grammar School is a grammar school in the village of Colyford in England. It was started in 1546. 49.4% of GCSEs in 2013 were A*, an increase of 4% on the past year, and 68.5% of A-levels were A*-A.[1][2] Ofsted rated the school as outstanding.[3]

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  2. "A-levels - Education - The Guardian". the Guardian.
  3. "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-03-06. Retrieved 2013-11-06.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)