Introduce the Love of Learning
At St. Dominic’s Brewood we are able to offer a unique experience where each person fulfils their potential for academic and personal excellence.
Secondary School league tables published in January 2015 place our School once again as the top performing independent girls’ school in Staffordshire; a tremendous achievement.
At School during the day we provide a comfortable and friendly atmosphere where there is a great emphasis on individual attention whilst keeping a sense of community. Friendly staff and students alike help each other with their work and with life’s stresses; there is always an active ear available for anyone who needs it!
All of our pupils celebrate and take part in religious festivals, whether actively or through supporting their friends at these times.
At St. Dominic’s Brewood our partnership is built on a mutual philosophy where both parties treat every student in our care as unique individuals. Like St. Dominic’s Brewood, we care about every individual’s concerns, will listen carefully and endeavour to understand their problems and anxieties in order to help better their situation. Educational and personal development is the foundation for the future especially in an ever increasing competitive world. The School will aim to help students stay an easier and more successful transition into the British education system. We both aim to ‘safeguard and promote the welfare’ of each individual accommodated.
Citizenship and social responsibility are equally important if not essential elements in a School environment, as students learn to live with and care for others.
Respect is a key element for not only cultural diversity but also for an individual’s right to live in harmony with everybody and still have the freedom to be unique.
Within a safe, secure and stimulating environment, we provide equal opportunities so that the student will realise their full potential. We see this as a School where individual pupils’ learning needs are met through the quality of teaching and learning, and where the flexibility of the curriculum challenges and supports students’ diverse learning needs and particular talents.
Values that underpin our vision
• Self-respect and consideration for others
• Self-esteem and self-confidence
At School during the day we will provide a comfortable and friendly atmosphere where there is a great emphasis on individual attention whilst keeping a sense of community. Friendly staff and students alike help each other with their work and with life’s stresses; there is always a listening ear available for anyone who needs it! At School the students celebrate and take part in religious festivals, including Ramadan and Chinese New Year, as well as Christian and other festivals, whether actively or through supporting their friends at these times.
All students form a vital part of a community of remarkable young people who demonstrate a wide range of talents and abilities. Characters are formed and life-long friendships are born and nourished in an environment of stability, warmth and sense of family.