Results Reveal Pedigree for Stretching and Supporting Pupils

Staff and students are celebrating as this year’s results underline the School’s pedigree for stretching and supporting children whatever their talents and abilities may be.

Between them the 35 pupils in Form 6 secured 76 offers of which 23 were scholarship and exhibition offers at the region’s leading independent and grammar schools featuring academic, all-rounder, headmaster and music scholarships.

Having been individually guided through the process of selecting the senior school that is right for them the children are excited to have received offers from a rich variety of different schools including Bablake School, Bishop Vesey's Grammar School, Bromsgrove School, Cheltenham Ladies College, Headington School, King Edwards Vl Camp Hill School for Girls, King Edwards Vl High School for Girls, King Edward Vl School for Boys, King Edward's School, King’s High School, Kingsley School, Princethorpe College, Solihull School, Warwick School, Westminster School and Winchester College.

In congratulating students and staff on the results, Mr Robert Yates, Headmaster, said: "I am proud of what everyone has achieved. The children deserve all the enjoyment of celebrating their hard work and achievements. We have a limitless belief in the abilities of our pupils and we look forward to sharing many more successes together."

Thanks to the School’s charitable status, a number of fee assisted places are available each year to help support families in the community who would not otherwise be able to afford some, or all, of the school fees. This financial support is available for pupils entering Form 1 or above in September 2025. Families who are interested in discussing financially assisted placed should contact the Registrar at to discuss the application process.