We aim to ensure that every young person achieves their potential by providing an education that challenges them intellectually and offers them a wide range of opportunities to develop and stretch their unique talents and interests. 

At Aldridge School, we believe that education is more than just grades. Grades are certainly the ‘passport’ that pupils need to move on to the next stage of their lives and we will do whatever it takes to ensure they are able to achieve their aspirations. However, the real art of education is to develop confident, resilient, and independent young people who are in possession of the ‘passport’ that grades provide.


Does your child have an aptitude for music? If so they could qualify for one of our Music Scholarships.

Each year twenty five places are awarded to the most gifted and aspiring students. We support our music students with exemplary teaching staff, who are supplemented by a group of passionate, high level instrumental tutors. This is an opportunity unmatched in state education. There will be a special meeting on Wednesday 21st September 2022 at 5.30pm in Whitman Hall for parents and students interested in applying for a Music Scholarship.


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 virtual information evening takes place on 1st December at 6pm open this link page to join us on Teams.


London calling

A group of students enjoyed a day in London last week. Highlights included a visit to the Houses of Parliament, a look at Downing Street, a visit to the National Gallery where Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers are currently on display and a tour of the Royal Courts of Justice. A wonderful experience to put politics…

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Year 7 Book Week Prize-Giving Ceremony

As part of the school’s annual Book Week, a special Year 7 prize-giving ceremony was held, at which over 120 prizes were presented to winners of Book Week competitions. The school was very pleased to welcome local author and historian, Jennifer Blake, to present the prizes. The students were really inspired by Jennifer’s visit, who…

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