Birmingham Schools

Below you can find a number of the top performing schools in Birmingham that come Big School recommended. If you're interested in any of the below, click through for a more detailed look at what they can offer both you and your child.

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The City of Wolverhampton Council is dedicated to providing an education system that promotes the very highest standards for all children and young people.

With a vision of closing the attainment gap and allowing every pupil in Wolverhampton to reach their full potential, they celebrate each and every school in the area. By working in partnership with educational services, they look to improve schools across the city, challenging facilities to improve and holding education leaders to account for the outcomes in their setting.

Al-Burhan Grammar

Al-Burhan Grammar

A school founded in September 2002 with a mission to be 'dedicated to learning as it is the foundation for life'. 

Ark Boulton Academy

Ark Boulton Academy

Ark Boulton is focused on promoting the development of pupils' social skills, helping them move onto higher education. 

Edgbaston High School

Edgbaston High School

One of the leading independent schools in the region, helping students become confident, considerate and intellectually curious young women. 

Hamstead Hall Academy

Hamstead Hall Academy

A vibrant and dynamic academy with fully refurbished learning areas, developing students for higher learning.

Handsworth Wood Girls’ Academy

Handsworth Wood Girls

With a motto of 'Aspiring for Excellence', Handsworth Wood Girls' embraces the idea every student can achieve success.

Kimichi School

Kimichi School

A new independent school that provides a high standard of academic quality and specialises in music.

King Edward’s School

King Edward’s School

One of the leading independent boys schools in the UK, providing academic challenge and an intellectually exciting education.