Worcestershire, United Kingdom
About Dodderhill School
Dodderhill Independent Girls is a day school for girls aged between 4 and 16. Dodderhill School was founded in 1945 as the senior girls' school of Whitford Hall, a well-established prep school located in Bromsgrove. In 1999, Whitford Hall relocated to the village of Dodderhill and was known as Whitford Hall and Dodderhill School until 2006, when it became Dodderhill School.
Welcome From The Headmistress
Dodderhill Independent girls is a school like no other! It is almost impossible to describe what makes Dodderhill different without a visit to the school.
The girls describe it as their second home; a place where they love learning, achieve highly and have the gift of a happy and uncomplicated childhood. There is not a typical Dodderhill girl, we celebrate the uniqueness of every individual girl and nurture her talents whatever they may be: music, art, sport, leadership, debating, writing, science, maths, the list could go on forever!
Traditional values and manners co-exist with the best of modern technology and teaching to ensure that when our girls leave us, they are outstanding young women, fully equipped for the changes of the 21st Century.
Educating girls for future success.
To provide an environment that allows our girls to develop a love of learning and facilitate their development into confident young women.
'Outstanding’ and ‘Excellent’ in all areas, rated by both ISI and Ofsted inspections in 2017. ‘Pupils have excellent self-confidence and self-esteem. They respond enthusiastically to teachers’ enthusiasm. A love of learning is instilled as pupils’ progress through the school. The school meets its aim to provide an excellent education leading to high academic achievement and to give every girl the opportunity to reach her full potential.’ – ISI March 2017