We are fortunate to enjoy a beautiful location in Shrewsbury with facilities equal to many Senior Schools. The stunning 30 acre parkland site is home to a beautiful mixture of Victorian architecture, modern purpose-built teaching facilities, outdoor play areas and extensive sports grounds.
Surroundings to Inspire
The School is based in a central location in Shrewsbury, which is known for being the birthplace of Charles Darwin whose enquiring mind, tenacity and intellectual rigour changed the way we think about the world.
There is a long and illustrious history in Shrewsbury, and it was the early capital of the Kingdom of Powys, a Welsh successor state in the Middle Ages. The town was the centre of many English and Welsh conflicts. During the Middle Ages, Shrewsbury was at the height of its commercial success, thanks to its role in wool production. It continued to thrive throughout the next few hundred years.
From a neo-gothic train station to black-and-white Tudor houses, Shrewsbury is full of architectural delights. You could spend all day wandering down the cobbled streets and looking in the boutique shops or admiring the spired churches...
Read Phil Spencer's guide on Moving to Shrewsbury