Pedmore Technology College

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Pedmore Technology College
Type Foundation school
Headteacher Mr Gareth Lloyd
Location Grange Lane

West Midlands
52°27′00″N 2°07′34″W / 52.4500°N 2.1261°W / 52.4500; -2.1261Coordinates: 52°27′00″N 2°07′34″W / 52.4500°N 2.1261°W / 52.4500; -2.1261
Local authority Dudley
DfE URN 103859 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 569 as of October 2015
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–16

Pedmore Technology College and Community School is a mixed foundation secondary school, located in the Pedmore area of Stourbridge, West Midlands, England.[1]

The school opened in 1939 as Pedmore Secondary Modern School, and became The Grange School in September 1975 on changing to comprehensive status. This name remained in use for 29 years until the current title was adopted.[2]

It adopted its current name in September 2005 upon becoming a specialist Technology College. Expansion took place in 2007 to accommodate pupils transferred from the closing Cradley High School.

It is the larger of the two schools in Pedmore, and has a variety of features including 2 sport halls, an assembly hall, 4 playgrounds, 2 football pitches, a canteen, Design & Technology block and swimming pool.


  1. ^ "Pedmore Technology College and Community School - Home". Retrieved 2013-09-10. 
  2. ^ "Pedmore Technology College And Community School Dudley: Read Parent Reviews & Rankings". 2009-03-17. Retrieved 2013-09-10. 

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