About Us 2017-05-24T10:47:09+00:00

A World of Opportunity

The philosophy and practice that drives Nunnery Wood High School

Welcome to Nunnery Wood High School

Nunnery Wood High School is an academy in Worcester, Worcestershire, England. It is a co-educational school and a Science Collage with about 1350 students on roll aged from 11 to 16. In 1983 following a restructuring of schools in Worcestershire the Nunnery Wood Secondary School was renamed Nunnery Wood High School.

The school campus is located on the edge of Worcester, surrounded by some 15 acres (61,000 m2) of gardens and playing fields which it shares with the adjacent Sixth Form College. The school benefits from refurbished or purpose built extensions including facilities for Science, English, Music, Art & Design, Languages and ICT. The school’s sports centre has an all-weather outdoor pitch and athletics track.

We take students from all backgrounds and offer them a world of opportunity through dynamic teaching, enrichment and care. Students leave Nunnery Wood optimistic about their next level of education and equipped with the values and qualities to thrive.
• Traditional absolutes in terms of politeness, behaviour and an appreciation of hard-work.
• A school they enjoy attending, where care and respect underpin everything.
• Development in reasoning, knowledge and expression at all levels of achievement.
• Excitement, fun and wonder through teaching and enrichment.
• A culture of reward that gives meaning to school life.
• Opportunities to explore the world artistically, culturally and physically.
• A curriculum that develops ability and talent.
• Guidance in making good moral choices.
• Knowing our students: data, student voice, high level observation skills.
• Simple but rigorous systems to monitor and assess.
• Constant staff training that draws on our internal research and best national practice.
• Leadership that promotes and celebrates our values through a range of platforms.
• A determination that our students will achieve beyond national expectations.

Quick Facts

72% of students achieved at least 5 GCSEs graded A*-C 72
22% of grades were either A* or A 22
46% of grades were A*-B 46
64% achieved 5 GCSEs at A*-C in inc Maths and English 64