About us


Each member of our school community, students and staff, belongs to one of our four Colleges, named after local war veterans.  This fosters a sense of belonging and encourages healthy competition and success through individual and collaborative contribution to a team. Our Colleges orchestrate fantastic work for a variety of charities which has led to us being recognised as one of the top schools in the UK for fundraising.

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BridgfordBridgford – Named after William Bridgford MM
Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bridgford of 4, Cheapside, Stourport

Rank: Private
Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps
Date of death: 29th April 1918 – aged 23
Awards: Military Medal; British War Medal; Victory Medal


Named after George Randle

Rank: Sergeant
Regiment: Welsh
Date of death: 26th March 1917 – aged 33
Family: Son of Richard and Jane Randle of 17 Severn Road, Stourport
Awards: 1914-15 Star; British War Medal; Victory Medal

Glover – Named after Frederick Glover

Rank: Private
Regiment: King’s Shropshire Light Infantry
Date of death: 23rd August 1917  – aged 25
Born in Lombard Street, Stourport
Awards: 1914-15 Star; British War Medal; Victory Medal

York – Named after Alfred York

Rank: Private
Regiment: Worcestershire
Date of death: 9th October 1917 – aged 19
Son of George and Ellen York of Wood Green Cottage, Lickhill Farm, Stourport
Awards: British War Medal; Victory Medal