Full Street Address: Abbots Bromley School Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire WS15 3BW

Executive Head Teacher:  Ms Victoria Musgrave

Number Of Pupils (11-18): 145

Nearest Airport : Birmingham, East Midlands & Manchester

Boys/Girls/Co-Ed: Co-Ed

Tuition And Boarding Fees: Years 7-9 £7665 per term, Years 10-13 £9435 per term

International Scholarships for ASIS Pupils: 2 x 50% scholarships School Website

Abbots Bromley School

Who will it suit?

All students who wish to achieve academic prowess alongside the possibility of some impressive extra-curricular activities. The school has its own Equestrian Centre offering riding lessons at all levels and serious riders may study for British Horse Society exams. The sports facilities include a heated indoor pool, a large sports hall with fitness suite and trampolines, an astro-turf pitch, a cricket pitch and extensive playing fields. The Alkins School of Dance offers recreational dance lessons to all students and vocational and BTEC options for those serious about their dance and musical theatre studies.

Outcomes

Students go on to courses including Maths, Computer Science, Politics, Law, Medicine, Nutrition and Animation at top universities worldwide as well as courses at the London Studio Centre.

Settling-In

The school has launched, for September 2015, an international boarding school for boys from the age of 16 with the possibility of a year’s foundation course beforehand. The school is on a 53 acre site in a beautiful rural location and actively promotes internationalism as it believes diversity and exposure to different cultures and languages produce global leaders of the future. From September 2017, the International School will be accepting boys from the age of 11.

Abbots Bromley School

ASIS View

The school was founded by the Victorian philanthropist, Nathaniel Woodward and morality and spirituality are at the core of the school’s values. The students are happy and respectful of one another and make the most of the amazing facilities. The environment is one of care and nurturing and although the school is set in the countryside, its central location makes the rich cultural experience of the city of Birmingham easily available.