Newbridge Preparatory School catering for girls, aged two to eleven years old and boys aged two to seven years old, is a very special place.
Our purpose as a modern preparatory school is to offer an excellent standard of education for our pupils, balancing traditional values with cutting edge teaching and learning. As we are not linked to a senior school, we pride ourselves on being the only truly independent ‘Prep’ school in Wolverhampton. We are a small, personal school where everyone knows everyone else – just like a family. We foster an environment in which children can grow in confidence, learning honesty, consideration, loyalty and openness.
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On Friday 10 May, Year 4 were visited by Ros Manasseh who led a Discovery Arts award day. The girls in Year Four looked at the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh and discussed his techniques, use of colour and overall style. They then had to complete a series of tricky...
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Small School - where quality of education matters
Primary School Specialists with exceptional results
Creating a choice at 11+
Headmistress: Mrs S A Fisher (B.Ed Hons)
Newbridge Preparatory School
51 Newbridge Crescent
Telephone: 01902 751088
Our Year Six girls have achieved and exceeded the ‘expected level’ in the SATs (SS of 100) in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Independent Preparatory School of The Year 2020
The Indpendent School of the Year 2020 by The Sunday Times, we are a non-selective ischool with just under 160 pupils aged two to eleven years. We have been ranked in the top 20 independent preparatory schools in the country for several years in The Sunday Times Parent Power list, and we are the highest rated preparatory school in the West Midlands, based on our Year Six SATs results. In Parent Power 2020, we were ranked the 2nd highest performing Prep School in the country. Newbridge Preparatory School has a longstanding reputation as a school of excellence. Following our ISI report in January 2016, the school now joins an elite group of UK schools that have ‘excellent’ outcomes across all areas of the school; with results at age eleven ‘exceptional in relation to the national average for maintained primary schools’.