The Royal School
The Royal School Wolverhampton is opening its doors to new opportunities for children across the area….
The Governors and Leadership team intend to formally submit an application to become a Free School with an envisaged date for opening as September 2015. If successful, the change to the School's status to become a state-funded independent school will mean that pupils (from the UK and European Union) in the Junior, Senior and Sixth Form will no longer pay fees from this date.
As the 87th best preparatory school in England, The Royal has an outstanding record of educating local children and our Senior School pupils have even outperformed highly successful selective local schools particularly in the 'hard subjects' of mathematics and sciences.
To find out more information about how your child can be part of The Royal School's outstanding international community please visit www.theroyalschool2015.co.uk, telephone 01902 341230
or email email@example.com . As our phone lines are very busy, you can also register your interest in the Free School by submitting an online prospectus request or attend our next Open Day events.
Nursery to Year 13
Friday, 6 March , 10 am - 3 pm
Saturday, 7 March, 10 am - 1 pm
Year 7 Applications
Exceptional Results for Third Year Running
17.5% achieve A* grades, 41% achieve A*/ A grades
All in the most rigorous academic subjects that top universities demand – mathematics, further mathematics, physics and economics
A-Level students from The Royal School Wolverhampton have again achieved consistently high results. The average percentage over the last three years for those achieving an A* grade is 17.5% and A*/A is 40%, proving The Royal’s focus on outstanding learning and teaching delivers the best results for our students, ensuring they exceed their potential in a non-selective school. These results at the highest grades are some of the best in the country.
High performing subjects at the School include its specialism in STEM, particularly in Maths. In Further Maths students attained an unbelievable 71% at grades A*-B, in Maths 63% A* - B and Physics 67% A* - B, while in Economics 80% attained A* - B