Abbots Bromley School is set in beautiful Staffordshire countryside and offers an extremely high standard of education in an engaging, creative and friendly environment.
The school’s vision for the education of its students is holistic; that by nurturing students inside and outside the classroom, they develop as rounded and grounded individuals.
It is an exceptionally exciting time for the school. Its A-level results place it in the top four per cent of schools nationwide for value added performance; it has received national recognition as one of the best schools in the country for the creative arts; it has a rapidly expanding Sixth Form with boys starting in Year 7 from
September 2017, and the school will be fully co-educational by 2020.
Students develop their strengths and rise to personal challenges within safe and spacious surroundings. They benefit from outstanding facilities, including dance studios, an equestrian centre, heated indoor swimming pool, all-weather sports pitches, tennis and netball courts, an athletics track and a full-sized sports
hall, with dedicated areas for
trampolining and fitness.
The school’s inspiring chapel is at the heart of the community and its supportive Christian environment enables students to flourish as thoughtful, caring and assured young adults.
The school’s offer to both day and boarding students is all embracing. Dedicated, dynamic and specialist members of staff ensure academic rigour and a love of learning. As well as offering traditional academic subjects at A-level, the school also caters for students who wish to take alternative career routes.
They may take a variety of qualifications to a high level in riding, dance and musical theatre alongside their core academic subjects.
Indeed, The Alkins School of Dance in partnership with the school, has an international reputation for excellence.
Music is an integral part of life at Abbots Bromley School. It is both part of the daily rhythm of the school and the punctuation throughout the academic year, which marks and enhances important events and celebrations. It is the overriding aim of the music department that all students develop a lifelong love of music, and in particular, practical music-making. This is achieved in a variety of ways: exceptional curriculum and peripatetic teaching; access to extracurricular activities of the highest standard; a strong partnership between the liturgical and musical life of the school and a packed calendar of concerts, recitals and trips.
The school encourages further personal growth by offering field trips,
international exchanges, charitable overseas programmes, clubs, activities
and competitions. Such opportunities promote self-confience and
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is extremely successful, with participants at
bronze, silver and gold levels. Abbots Bromley is also a ‘Champion School’
for the National Citizen Service.
Such leadership opportunities often result in students themselves initiating
new ideas for whole school activities and taking on greater positions of
Principal Mrs Maggie Shackleton says: “I am proud and privileged to be the
Principal of Abbots Bromley School.
“If you are considering the school for your child, I extend an open invitation
to visit our thriving community.”
Age range: 3-18
Fees per term:
Principal: Mrs M Shakleton
Admissions E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Normal office hours are 8.45 am to 4.45 pm Monday to Friday.