Redditch, Bromsgrove and Wyre Forest
The North Worcestershire Area has outstanding primary and secondary state schools, out of those rated by Ofsted over 82% are Good or Outstanding. The area is covered by Worcestershire County Council, as its Local Education Authority and in parts of Redditch, Warwickshire County Council.
Heart of Worcestershire
With campuses in both Redditch and Bromsgrove, HoW College offers a variety of apprenticeships, adult courses and college education in world class facilities. Formed in 2014 from the merging of Worcestershire College of Technology and North East Worcestershire College, it is now the largest in the county, housing its own students union and a multitude of clubs and societies.
With over 1200 students, Kidderminster College specialises in 16 course areas from cookery to games design, with 93% of leavers heading to a positive destination such as university, employment or an apprenticeship.
Outstanding education renowned throughout the world with three hundred of its 1,600 pupils coming from thirty-five nations, Bromsgrove School is ranked in the top ten of all British coeducational boarding / day schools.
Proximity to Higher Education
University of Worcester
North Worcestershire is located within an hour’s drive of the University of Worcester and those located in Birmingham including the University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University and Aston University.
The University of Worcester offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. This supportive University consistently has one of the best graduate employment rates in the country, and was recently ranked number one in the UK for Quality Education by the globally respected Times Higher Education.
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