• Odd Socks Day for Anti-Bullying Week

    Students have been wearing odd socks all day to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying Week. We have raised a fantastic £206.93, which will all go to the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

  • Aldridge Remembers

    Headteacher, Mr I. Bryant and students from Aldridge School joined with the rest of the Aldridge community to pay their respects at the Cenotaph on Sunday 10th November. 

  • A star of stage and screen

    We are delighted to report that an Aldridge student was selected to attend the recent Birmingham Film Festival and Gala Awards evening last night as a young local Midlands actress.

  • Silent reflection

    Aldridge School was proud to join with people across the country who observed a two minutes silence on Remembrance Day. 

  • Odd Socks Day for Anti-Bullying Week

    This year’s Anti-Bullying Week takes place from Monday 11th November until Friday 15th November. This year the goal is to inform students that it takes a collective responsibility to stop bullying.

  • Book Week

    Year 7 pupils were entertained by author, Chris Bradford, as part of the school’s annual Book Week.

  • Fundraising at Aldridge

    The Student Leadership Team hosted their first fundraising event – a cake sale in support of the RSPCA.

  • Pedestrian Safety

    A comedy performance by Performance in Education funded by Walsall Council was enjoyed by Year 7.

  • M.P. Visit

    Citizenship students invited local MP Wendy Morton into school today to discuss her views on poverty and homelessness.

  • Re-Start the Heart…

    A valuable life skill was delivered to all Year 7, 12 and 13 students as part of National Restart A Heart day.

  • Aldridge helps inform future community school nurse agenda.

    As part of our commitment to the local community, Aldridge has volunteered to have several members of the student body trained to become ‘School Nurse Champions’.

  • School Nurse Visit

    Aldridge School were pleased to host a team of Walsall School Nurses who delivered important information and skills.

Headteacher’s Welcome

Welcome to Aldridge School. We are a comprehensive school of over 1500 students situated near the centre of Aldridge village. We believe that it is our responsibility to work to meet the needs of every individual student, challenging them to achieve their best, supporting them to become responsible young adults and preparing them for their next steps into the world of work or further education. I am very proud and excited to be the Headteacher of Aldridge School.

Applications for September 2020

Aldridge School is an academy in The Mercian Trust and is rated good in all aspects by Ofsted and renowned for achieving excellence.

Aldridge School’s extensive curriculum and highly-praised teaching staff combine traditional education values with creativity and innovation. We have created a richly diverse and adaptable environment to give your child a solid foundation to grow as an individual, achieve the best possible standards in their exam results, and enter the world equipped with all the skills for a successful adult life. Our evenings run from 6pm until 8pm with a Headteacher’s talk at 6.30pm & 7.30pm taking place in Whitman Hall.

here will be a special meeting on Thursday 19th September 2019 at 5.30pm in Whitman Hall for parents and students interested in applying for a Music Scholarship.

Sixth Form

Whether you have spent the last five years at Aldridge School or you are joining us from another school, we offer you something special – the opportunity to achieve academic success and the chance to develop as an individual so that you leave us happy, confident and well prepared for the next phase in your life, be it work or university.

Our Post 16 Open Evening takes place on Thursday 7th November 2019 at 6:00pm

News

Odd Socks Day for Anti-Bullying Week

Students have been wearing odd socks all day to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying Week. We have raised a fantastic £206.93, which will all go to the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

Aldridge Remembers

Headteacher, Mr I. Bryant and students from Aldridge School joined with the rest of the Aldridge community to pay their respects at the Cenotaph on Sunday 10th November. 

A star of stage and screen

We are delighted to report that an Aldridge student was selected to attend the recent Birmingham Film Festival and Gala Awards evening last night as a young local Midlands actress.