Address: Worcester Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B61 7DU
Number of Pupils: 500 (7–13), 950 (13–18), 507 Boarders
Fees: Prep day: £3,980 – £5,160. Weekly board: £6000 – £7,310. Full board: £8,280 – £10,215. Senior day: £5,695. Weekly board: £8,445. Full board: £12,740 (all per term)
Head Teacher:Peter Clague, BA, MBA
Religious Affiliation: Anglican
Entrance Procedure: Entrance examination and interview.
Contact: 01323 843252
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Individual visits welcomed – contact Mrs Amanda James, [email protected]
Outstanding results at all levels including the IB Diploma, the majority of pupils go on to top UK and world universities.
Games & The Arts
There is genuinely a big variety of sport on offer and Bromsgrove is consistently ranked in the top five independent schools for sport in School Sports Magazine. The school has recently had teams in national finals for hockey, netball, cricket and rugby. The extracurricular life of the school is hugely important with activities sessions every afternoon and on Saturday mornings. Pupils are encouraged to reach their highest possible level at sport, music, drama, debating, CCF and in numerous other areas. Major productions take place every year. A new performing arts centre was opened in November 2017.
Each house has resident houseparents and a dedicated tutor team. There are no exeats: Bromsgrove is always open at weekends. The School has a team of nurses who, under the control of the school doctor, provide on-site medical care in the school’s modern health centre. Pupils enjoy high-quality varied food from chefs preparing three good meals a day. Prep school boarders are housed in a superb state-of-the-art facility, and weekly as well as full boarding is offered.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Bromsgrove’s scope is staggering: from A-level to the International Baccalaureate, day to boarding, the arts to sport, pupils can soar. Utterly dedicated to the individual pupil, Bromsgrove looks to produce creative citizens with a strong moral compass.
The passion, vision and flair that have transformed Bromsgrove intellectually, culturally and on the games fields is also manifest in its latest facilities: a new home for performing arts; new residential buildings for senior and prep pupils and an immense sports arena development all show the School’s commitment to providing pupils with the very best environment in which to live and learn.
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