Pupils come to Bromsgrove not just because A Level and International Baccalaureate are taught superbly, but because sport is phenomenal and the arts fizz. It’s a passionate place with a dash of pizzazz to boot. With over 500 full time boarders from the age of 7, life at Bromsgrove is exciting and challenging. The Saturday activity programme (we have no Exeat weekends) allows pupils to participate in a huge variety of extra-curricular activities.
Category: Senior, Sixth Form
Type: Day & Boarding
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Roll: 444 Boys / 288 Girls
Age Range: 13-18 Years
Bromsgrove School is situated in the town of Bromsgrove, England and is set within 100 acres of grounds just out of the town itself. It is ideally located for local, national and international travel to/from the city of Birmingham and its surrounding areas, Birmingham International Airport, London Heathrow and Gatwick Airports. Bromsgrove is also close to excellent road and rail links (the town has its own railway line), such as the M5 and M42 motorways and Birmingham train stations.
School Contact Details
Headteacher: Mr Peter Clague
Contact for enquiries:Ms S Bussey
Worcester Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
Tel: 01527 579679
Bromsgrove Senior and Prep School lie in one hundred acres of grounds with grass pitches galore. A newly built sports arena big enough for eight badminton courts and with seating for 500 is of a national standard and this together with a refurbished indoor swimming pool, new dance studios, hospitality suite for post match teas and other functions sits alongside our existing sports facilities: two sports halls with climbing walls, two floodlit astroturfs, squash courts, tennis and netball courts, extensive grass pitches and a 400 metre running track (at the adjacent Ryland Centre). The superb Outdoor Education facility of Upton Warren is a mere five minute drive away, and there pupils can engage in a host of activities from sailing and kayaking to climbing and ropework.
The school has invested over £22 million in building and development since 1994 and recent additions include a £2.5 million Art, Design & Technology building, an impressive Library and resources centre and a campus-wide broadband ICT network providing over 500 PCs for pupil use. Bromsgrove has probably built more boarding houses in the last few years than any other School in the country. Two new girls’ boarding houses and a new Prep School boarding house were completed in 2012, two new Sixth Form wings in 2013 and two more boys’ houses have been fully refurbished. Academic results are outstanding and Bromsgrove now offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma as an alternative to A-Levels, pupils have a genuine choice.
11+:Academic, Music. 13+,16+:Academic, Music, Sport. Bursaries available for talent in sport, music, art, drama & all-round ability. Foundation scholarships for pupils living in the Bromsgrove area.
13+ : Entrance test. Sixth Form : GCSE results
2019/2020. Day: £5695 per term, including lunch. Full Boarding: £12740 per term. Weekly Boarding: £8445 per term.
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Young Enterprise team scoops award...
Bromsgrove School’s Young Enterprise team, EcoVerse has scooped an award at the Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Final of the Young Enterprise Awards. Following their success in the Area Final of the YE Awards, where they won the Best Finance, Innovation and Creativity and Best Company awards, EcoVerse has gone on to win Best Use of IT...Read more
VE Day at Bromsgrove School
VE Day at Bromsgrove School for keyworker children and staff, the few remaining boarders and at home Bromsgrove School celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE Day in style on Friday 8th May. Keyworker children and staff dressed in red, white and blue and the School was decorated in flags and traditional bunting. At 11.00am, the Union Flag...Read more
Bromsgrove School pupil gains apprenticeship...
Congratulations to Bromsgrove School pupil Tom Martin, who has been successful in securing an apprenticeship with the Coal Authority in Nottingham. The apprenticeship involves day release to Nottingham Trent University, where he will study Real Estate. Tom has been offered a 5 year fixed-term contract, with a great starting salary and his university fees will be paid. Speaking about Tom’s success, Senior Mistress (Pastoral) and...Read more
Kind-hearted Houseparent and Maths Teacher...
A kind-hearted Houseparent and Maths teacher from Bromsgrove School has run the equivalent of over 3 consecutive marathons to raise funds for the NHS. At 6.00am on Wednesday 15th April, Matt Giles began a sponsored run of laps around Bromsgrove School’s sports pitches (~0.95 miles per lap). Speaking about his feat Mr Giles said “Inspired...Read more
Bromsgrove School makes face shields...
Peter Clague, Headmaster of Bromsgrove School, along with a small number of remaining boarders and residential staff who are living in one household within the School campus, are producing face shields to an approved design in the School’s DT department for frontline NHS staff tackling the Coronavirus. Former pupil Cllr Aled Luckman collected the first...Read more
Bromsgrove Pupils treated to behind...
On Friday 21st February, six pupils from China and Hong Kong were treated to a behind the scenes tour of the House of Lords with Digby, Lord Jones of Birmingham Kb. When the distinguished Old Bromsgrovian and Foundation Trustee learned that some of the School’s boarders would be unable to return home for half term,...Read more
Sportstar Siena is Harvard Bound
A Harvard education is something that a significant number of school pupils around the world aspire to. For one Upper Sixth pupil at Bromsgrove School, this dream will become reality next summer when she crosses the pond to join the class of 2024. Competition is high, with over 40,000 applicants each year for approximately 1,600...Read more
Bromsgrove netball teams in national...
Congratulations to Bromsgrove School’s 1st Netball and U14 netball teams, who have qualified for the National Netball Finals. This national schools’ competition, in association with the British Army, is the biggest schools’ competition in the netball calendar. On 26th January, the School hosted the Regional Netball Finals where the U14, U16 and U19 teams were...Read more
Bromsgrove School at War and...
Pupils, staff, Old Bromsgrovians and friends of Bromsgrove School gathered at Routh Concert Hall on Saturday 16th November for the launch...Read more
Bromsgrove School Celebrates a Vintage...
Against the backdrop of tougher national standards in both A Level and GCSE examinations this year, Bromsgrove School has been...Read more