At the forefront of education for over 100 years Education at Upton Court is about inspirational teachers and aspirational pupils At the forefront of education for over 100 years Education at Upton Court is about inspirational teachers and aspirational pupils At the forefront of education for over 100 years Education at Upton Court is about inspirational teachers and aspirational pupils
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  • Meet the Prefects

    Radha Sharma: Head Girl

    This is my sixth year as a student at Upton Court Grammar School (formerly known as Slough Grammar School) and I am studying Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Geography at AS level. I have spent many years at Slough Grammar School, and now with the school celebrating a new beginning as Upton Court Grammar School, I hope to be able to contribute to the school being 100% best it can be.

    Daniel Aduakwa: Head Boy

    I have been at Upton Court Grammar School for six years, studying Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Religious studies at A-level, with the aspiration of reading medicine at university. I have a love of sport, predominantly swimming and rowing, reading, creative writing, woodwork and debating; both at school and in competitions. I am honoured and proud to have the opportunity to represent both my fellow students and the school in 2014.

    Rupinder Grewal : Deputy Head Girl

    Although I only joined Upton Court Grammar School in September 2013, I already feel well integrated within the student body, as well as developing relations with the teachers. I am currently studying A-Levels in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Geography. With the help of the Senior Prefects, Junior Prefects, Sixth Form Ambassadors and the rest of the SLP team, I hope to contribute in as many ways as possible to the school community. 

    Nathan Hunt: Deputy Head Boy

    I'm Nathan and I'm the deputy Head Boy.  I am currently in my sixth year of being at Upton Court Grammar School and studying Biology, Maths, Economics and Psychology. I would describe myself as a very sporty person and sport in all forms is something I really enjoy, although I like to lend a hand in other activities around school too. I will be line managing the House Prefects and hope to bring some new, enjoyable ideas to the school.

    Assistant Head Boys: Felix Bailey and Melvin Mathew

    I’m Felix and I’m one of the Assistant Head Boys of Upton Court Grammar School; part of the well-collaborated prefect team. I study Government and Politics, Economics, History and Psychology with the intent of reading Politics at a Russell Group University. I’ll be line managing the house prefects along with Nathan in order to maintain a competitive spirit within the school’s houses. I’d describe myself as particularly friendly and helpful, so students should feel free to approach me at any time if needs be.

    Hello, I’m Melvin and I am of the Assistant Head Boys. I have been a Student at this school for the past years and I am currently doing Biology, Chemistry, Classics and Maths AS levels. This year I will be working alongside the SLP and the CAS prefects to ensure that we have pleasant school environment and a strong school community.

    Assistant Head Girls: Haleema Akhtar and Akshaya Tharmasekasran

    I'm Haleema and I'm one of the Assistant Head Girls. I study Religious Studies, Psychology, Business Studies and Politics. My interests include debating and keeping up with current affairs. I'm looking forward to strengthening the gap between the lower and upper school in 2014.

    Hello, I’m Akshaya, one of the Assistant Head Girls and I study Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Geography. I have been a student here since Year 7, and it feels great to have the opportunity to give back to the school and make a difference. Outside of school I’m working towards my grades for dance; entering competitions along the way.