The Pedmore High School

Dudley, United Kingdom

Location: Dudley, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 11 - 16 years

About The Pedmore High School

Pedmore High School is part of the Invictus Education Trust, to learn more about the Trust please click here or visit our website here

Pedmore High School has a long tradition of success on which to build and is now in a position to become a flagship school within Stourbridge. The most important part of any school is the quality of relationships. Above all, Pedmore is a happy school with a supportive and welcoming environment for all students. As a result young people grow in confidence and are able to participate in the wide range of opportunities available to them. We encourage our students to follow their interests, develop new skills and most importantly, fully enjoy all aspects of school life.

Pedmore High School is a learning community; we work together in a creative way to provide a dynamic learning experience for all. We want our students to reach their full potential by following a learning programme that meets their individual needs. It is important our young people learn how to learn, to be articulate and to make a positive contribution so that they can take their places as active, thoughtful citizens of the 21st Century.

We are committed to creating a dynamic, vibrant and welcoming learning environment that will give rise to a lifelong love of learning for all our community. Through the latest technology, innovative teaching and an extensive range of extra-curricular opportunities, students can realise their aspirations whilst developing tolerance and mutual respect.

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Address: Grange Lane, Pedmore, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY9 7HS, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1384 816660
What people say about us

“Given their low starting points, all groups of pupils in school now are making good progress in English and mathematics. Their progress in other subjects is also improving on that of previous years. Teachers know their pupils well, plan interesting activities that encourage them to develop good attitudes to learning and make good progress.”