Birmingham is home to a number of high-quality educational institutions. The University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University are some of nation’s most outstanding universities. But did you know that the area also offers countless outstanding primary and secondary schools? According to the 2018-20 statistics from the Bureau of Education Standards (Ofsted), we have selected 8 noteworthy secondary schools and primary schools which have received outstanding and good ratings respectively.
The following educational institutions are merely minutes away on the train or a short 10-minute drive from 105 Broad Street, our newly-launched residential development in Birmingham.
The Olive School, Birmingham has been rated as Outstanding at its most recent Ofsted inspection.
In 2019, 90% of pupils at St Peter’s Catholic Primary School reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.
In its most recent inspection, Ofsted has given King Edward VI Handsworth Wood Girls’ Academy an overall rating of Outstanding.
The University of Birmingham School opened in September 2015, and is sponsored by the University of Birmingham and managed by an Academy Trust.