St. Dominic’s Grammar School prides
itself on being one of the leading
independent schools in Staffordshire
with outstanding results, including
100 per cent GCSE pass rate at A*-C for two years running, while 100 per cent of students have always gained three A-level passes.
The school’s aim is to create a happy and stimulating environment for boys and girls, enabling them to flourish and reach their full potential.
The school is situated in the idyllic village of Brewood, easily commutable from the surrounding
Formerly known as St. Dominics Brewood and run by a charitable trust, it transferred to the Wednesfield-based St Philip’s Care group in 2017.
St. Dominic’s then registered for grammar school status and has launched the 11-plus examination for its preparatory pupils.
The Preparatory School is co-educational, while the Senior School is for girls only.
St. Dominic’s Grammar School is founded on excellent pastoral care and has a strong community ethos and drive throughout the school.
Passionate staff, led by Peter McNabb the Head, ensure that the academic education provided includes co-curricular activities that explore, challenge and nurture pupils’ talents.
The dynamic, rewarding and positive environment sets St. Dominic’s apart
from other schools and is a reason to visit and see this in action.
The school’s mission is to prepare all learners with the life skills and foundations to ensure their future success and happiness.
Pupils: 170 - early years
through to Year 6 are
co-educational; Years 7 to
Sixth Form are girls only
Age range: 2-18
Dependant on the age
and which school
year the pupil is in
Head: Mr Peter McNabb BSc Hons PGCE
St. Dominic's Grammar School,
School office: firstname.lastname@example.org