Category Archives: News
We’re delighted to announce that former master William Nabarro will be the guest speaker at this year’s annual Dinner.
10th September 2016 Tributes to former Head Boy Chris Greenwood, Ermysted’s gets its first Olympian, and pictures from this year’s events so far.
We are so incredibly sad to share the news with you of the death of former Ermysted’s Head Boy Chris Greenwood, aged 26.
We are sorry to report the death of Ermysted’s Old Boy Fred Luther, who has passed away at the aged of 82.
8th March 2016 An update on the new Sixth Form centre, the new EGS Headmaster is revealed and we look back at Chronicles from years gone by.
Old Boys are welcome to join us for the scattering of Peter Clarke’s ashes and a drink afterwards on Sunday 6th September.
Len Price provides an update on this year’s Old Boys’ golf competitions.
The first cricket game between the School 1st XI and the Old Boys in several years was played at Bolton Abbey Cricket Club on 26th June 2015.
The Chairman of Governors, Tony Barrett, reflected on more government spending cuts as he set-out the challenges facing the school and governing body at this year’s Speech Day held in the Sports Hall on Tuesday 30th June.
Former Headmaster David Buckroyd shares his memories of Peter ‘Nuff nuff’ Clarke, the long-serving Ermysted’s caretaker following his death this week aged 90.
This year’s Old Boys’ Society golf competition takes place on Monday 11th May at Skipton Golf Club, with the Hitchin Trophy up for grabs.
Read about December’s Old Boys’ Dinner, the departing master Simon Gregory and Jeremy Taylor’s memories of life at EGS in the 1970s.
Duncan McCallum, who was at Ermysted’s from 1955 to 1962 has died aged 71.
BBC political correspondent Chris Mason will be the chief guest at the annual dinner for former pupils of Skipton’s Ermysted’s Grammar School on Saturday 13th December.
It is with sadness that we report the death of one of the oldest Old Boys of Ermysted’s, Roger Smythe, at the age of 94.
Read the latest news and developments from the school
Old Boy Scott Thwaites (2001-06) took Bronze on the final day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, after coming third in the cycling road race.
Retiring masters, Chronicles archives and your updates
Staff with a combined service to Ermysted’s of 116 years have left the school this summer. Stalwarts David Clough, Ian McLean and Pete Sykes have retired – between them they’ve worked at EGS for 87 years!