History

Since its foundation in 1874, Abbots Bromley School has acknowledged that there is real strength, during the formative years, in a girls’ only education. As the first established girls’ school in the Woodard Corporation, Abbots Bromley School has existed in several previous guises. Initially two separate schools, St Mary’s and St Anne’s, the two schools amalgamated in 1921 to develop into one sizeable independent school.

The school crest, incorporating the dove and a lily, unites the symbols of both schools. The school now takes its name, Abbots Bromley School, from the picturesque and quintessentially English village in which it safely nestles.

Today the school comprises of Abbots Bromley Preparatory School, which educates boys and girls from 3-11 years, and Abbots Bromley School for Girls, which takes girls from the ages of 11-18.

In the Senior School, we excel in educating girls in an environment where they are able to focus on their strengths and rise to personal challenges, within safe, spacious and comfortable surroundings. Staff at Abbots Bromley School are extremely supportive of the pupils in their care. They are dedicated to high quality teaching and nurturing unique talents. Teachers freely offer individual support outside of class to enable all pupils to fulfil their ambitions. International students are supported with specialist English teaching; Supported Learning is available for those who need additional help in academic subjects. Small class sizes ensure that every child is known well; each pupil benefits from a personal tutor, who liaises carefully with teaching and residential staff to ensure that they are coping with their work and interacting happily with their peers.  We are proud of the achievements of all our pupils, past and present, and we believe that being part of such a caring and highly motivated community, allows every child to fulfil their potential at Abbots Bromley School.

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