Cenotaph Parade November 2018

As you will know the Old Cryptians have been marching in the Cenotaph Parade for many years.

This year is the centenary of the end of WW1 and demand for tickets is expected to be heavy. If you would like to parade with us would you let me know as soon as possible.
I thoroughly recommend parading, it is a moving and uplifting experience!

Nino Pelopida

email: ninopelopida@btinternet.com
tel: 01722 324094

Royal British Legion

 

 

Sponsored Cheltenham Half Marathon

Old Cryptians Adam Ashby and Warren Wint will run this year’s Cheltenham Half Marathon on September 30th for The Old Cryptians’ Club Centenary Bursary Fund 2001. (more…)

Impressive A Level results

The Crypt School has achieved another set of impressive A Level results: 82% of grades achieved were A*-C, with an overall pass mark of 99% A*-E.

Notable individual successes include: Will Matson, 3 A* and 1 A; Austen Tulodziecki, 3 A*’s; Nathan Browne and Louis Staley, 2 A*’s and 1 A; Sam Berry, Callum Brignall, Seb Golding and Jack Greening 1 A* and 2 A’s; Harry Pearce, 2A*’s and 1 B; Henry Ip and Jacob Charles, 3 A’s; Jacob Wilson A*, A and B Jamal Farooq, 2 A’s and 2 B’s.

Nicholas Dyer, Headmaster, commented: “I am very pleased with the success of our Year 13 cohort, in a year when nearly all our students were studying the newly reformed A Levels.

Their success is the product of both the hard work of the students and the dedicated support of their teachers. I am also delighted with the impressive set of university destinations that our students are heading to in the autumn and equally pleased to see a very good number of students who have now secured leading apprenticeships with local and national companies that combine work with studying for a degree.

These good A Level results send out a very strong signal to those students in Year 11 who are thinking of coming to The Crypt to study for their A Levels: you too can achieve highly in our outstanding sixth form.”

New sports pavillion

 

At the very end of last term, the School received wonderful news that it has obtained funding, of over half a million pounds, to construct a new sports pavilion, which will replace the  old cricket pavilion, and monies to construct a new outdoor covered eating and social area.

The new pavilion will comprise two new girls’ changing rooms, toilet facilities and a social space.  The new covered outdoor eating and social area, will enable pupils to eat their snacks and lunches under cover, and also grant them another place to socialise at break and lunchtime.

The School is extremely grateful to The Crypt School PTA, who are kindly donating a significant sum of money to support the construction of the new pavilion.  In addition to these two projects, the School will also be investing in the resurfacing and enlargement of the hard court area to provide new netball, tennis and handball courts.