St Dominic's High School for Girls
Age range 3-18
School head Mr Harvey Trump
St Dominic’s High School for Girls in Brewood is an independent girls’ school offering superior education to girls in and around Staffordshire.
The school, rated as outstanding in its most recent inspection report, offers a full and diverse education for girls from the age of three to 18, and for boys from three to seven.
At St Dominic’s High School for Girls we believe in developing the ‘whole person’, that each child has their own unique gifts and talents and we actively develop these so that each student can reach their full potential in a caring environment. Our aim is to develop every pupil academically, socially, creatively and spiritually.
St Dominic’s High School for Girls has an excellent track record in academic, creative, performing arts and sports related subjects with outstanding examination results and fantastic value added in terms of the pupils achieving higher than predicted grades.
Mr Harvey Trump, Head teacher says “We believe in developing the child as a whole person, catering for their individual learning needs and helping them to mature into confident, independent young women.”
The school has excellent facilities, with each class having at most 18 – 20 students. There are dedicated IT suites, Home Economics room, science laboratories, Design and Technology rooms, new Music and Performing Arts Centre and Sixth Form Centre and a fantastic sports department with four all-weather outdoor tennis and netball courts.
To see what St Dominic’s High School for Girls can offer your child and for more information about the school call Fiona Allen, Admissions Officer, on 01902 850248 .
Address 32 Bargate Street, Brewood, Staffs, ST19 9BA
Phone 01902 850248
Fax 01902 851154Back