North Bromsgrove High School

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North Bromsgrove High School
North Bromsgrove High School logo 2014
Religion non-denominational
Headteacher David Hadley-Pryce
Chair Rebekah Nash
Location School Drive, Stratford Road
B60 1BA
Local authority Worcestershire
DfE URN 116928 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 933[1]
Gender Mixed
Ages 13–18

North Bromsgrove High School is a High School and Sixth Form Centre located in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. It offers education for GCSE and A level courses. A vibrant and friendly school with purpose built high-tech facilities offering students the very best learning environment. Taught by dedicated teachers, our well-motivated students have achieved GCSE results this year that have put North in the Top 10 schools in Worcestershire and earned it the accolade of most improved school in the County. It is also a specialist Arts College.

In a 2013 Ofsted inspection the school was given an overall a Grade 3 (satisfactory) result, which is due for re-assessment in 2014.[1]


Close to the town centre, the recently built campus, opened in 2008 by ex-pupil Mark Williams (actor), includes five acres of playing fields, sports hall with dance studios, an Apple Mac suite, a drama studio and well-equipped science labs.

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  1. ^ a b [1] Retrieved 27 July 2009

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Coordinates: 52°20′15″N 2°03′07″W / 52.337411°N 2.051868°W / 52.337411; -2.051868