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Bow Street School is an independent and special provider of alternative education, welcoming young people who have become disengaged from mainstream learning and/or those who have a statement of special educational needs. Bow Street School offers personalised education to secondary age students at its school and education centre in Bilston, Wolverhampton, West Midlands.
Students at Bow Street School are aged between 13 and 16 years, KS3 and KS4, but their lessons aren't restricted to the kind found in mainstream schools. From achieving GCSEs and key learning milestones to pursuing ASDAN qualifications and enjoying extra-curricular activities, there is plenty to get young people motivated.
Whether a student is part-time or full-time, Bow Street School aims to get them "back on track", reviving their passion for learning and for life. Young people are taught in small groups - a typical group size is four pupils with two members of staff supporting their individual needs. We can also provide one-to-one teaching where necessary. Bow Street School is a non-denominational school for boys and girls.
Most Bow Street School students are from Wolverhampton and the West Midlands, but we welcome people from outside these areas too. If you are interested in visiting Bow Street School, or finding out how to obtain a placement, please get in touch with us.
Whatever a young person's needs, Bow Street School can be a flexible place of learning. Whether you're looking for a full-time placement for five days a week or need just a day or two. Arrangements can be made to accommodate new students.
Bow Street School placement programme can be tailored to suit the individual, and "creative packages" are available. Our range of qualifications and award schemes are set up specifically to enable young people to participate no matter how many days they are present. Sport and leisure activities are also a hugely important part of life at Bow Street School, enabling our students to get fit, have fun and let off steam, as well as develop new hobbies and interests.
These are on the curriculum for full and part-time attendees. In return, pupils must sign up to abide by Bow Street Schools caring ethos, including an anti-bullying policy.
In December 2017 we had a visit from OfSted and were found to be Outstanding. You can read the report here.
We aim to ensure that: