To help parents considering Bridgnorth Endowed, we've listed the most frequently asked questions to provide some information about the school and the application process.
Please click on the questions below to find out more.
What type of school is BES?
Bridgnorth Endowed is an open access co-educational comprehensive school catering for children aged between 11 and 16.
What is the maximum intake each September?
The maximum admission number for each September intake is 120 students.
Is there a catchment area for BES?
A map showing the location and catchment areas of secondary schools in Shropshire can be found in the Parents’ Guide to Education (page 46).
Where can I find your Admissions Policy?
Please click on the links below to view our latest policies:
Do you hold open days?
Normally, we love nothing better than to open our doors and welcome Year 6 pupils into the school to show all we have to offer but, unfortunately, that wasn't possible this year.
We hope to be able to hold our next open event in the autumn term and, in the meantime, we have put a virtual tour for visitors to explore BES – Visit the BES Virtual Open Event.
How do I apply for a Year 7 place?
For transfers to secondary school in Year 7, Shropshire Council’s Admissions Team co-ordinates the admissions process and all enquiries regarding Admissions should be addressed to them.
They publish a Parents Guide to Education in Shropshire each year with up to date information about schools and a full explanation of the admissions processes.
How do I apply for a place mid term?
Can I come for a visit?
Current Year 6 pupils are also welcome to book a personal tour to come and take a look around our wonderful school. Appointments can be arranged by calling the School Office on 01746 762103.
Do you provide school transport?
Transport is provided by the school’s own minibuses and drivers, to and from Highley, The Hobbins and Bobbington. The Wolverhampton route includes The Mermaid Pub, Perton, Pattingham, Penn, Seisdon and Wombourne.
What is your provision for pupils with special educational needs?
An overview of our approach to Special Educational Needs can be found here →