Life Outside the Classroom


Bromsgrove aims to produce a three hundred and sixty degree education.  If we are to do this we must provide opportunities outside of classrooms and sports halls. Bromsgrovians serve the community, test themselves on mountains and in rivers,debate the issues of the day in competition, make and sell products, teach, march, climb, ride, shoot.  Be it Duke of Edinburgh or the Combined Cadet Force, Young Enterprise Schemes or one of the numerous voluntary School activities, the richness of life outside of the classroom is available to all pupils.  Virtually every concievable interest is catered for, and in adjacent rooms you might find the chess club and a RADA group hard at work.  There is breadth of opportunity at Bromsgrove and what happens away from the traditional school environment is every bit as important as what happens within. 


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GCSE Options
GCSE OptionsYear 8 have started their GCSE option process with three informative talks...more
The Cross of St. Wulfstan
The Cross of St. WulfstanChairman of Governors, Paul West has been presented with the Cross of St. Wulfstan...more
Cross-Country
Cross-CountryCongratulations to all pupils who competed in the Hereford and Worcestershire Cross-Country Championships...more

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