Bromsgrove School is an independent day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 2 to 18 in Worcestershire. The historic school occupies over 100 acres and educates over 1,600 pupils. The school has a Senior department for pupils 13 to 18, a Prep for 7 to 13, Pre-Prep for 2 to 7 and Winterfold House, a prep for ages 3 months to 13 years.
Bromsgrove 'is an ancient institution but a modern educational force. And during its prestigious history, we have learned a thing or two about young people. Certainly, we’ve kept pace with change: our exceptional academic record would not have remained unbroken if we hadn’t.'
'But there are a few maxims that are as true today as they were five hundred years ago. We know that it is possible to balance academic rigour with nurture and stimulation. That all young people rise to the expectations you hold of them. That morality matters and creativity counts. That the love of learning can be transformative. We know because we put these principles into practice every day.'
Bromsgrove inspection reports
Inspections provide parents with detailed information from which to assess key aspects of a school. Find out more about why inspections matter.
The school was last inspected in March 2019. Read the inspection reports on the school's website.
The school is a registered charity managed by a board of governors. Read more on the Charity Commission website.
Bromsgrove School Open Day
Open Mornings for all sections of Bromsgrove School – Pre-Prep, Prep, Senior and Sixth Form – are held every Michaelmas Term. Parents can arrange an individual visit at any time during the year. Find out more about Open Days at Bromsgrove School.