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Bishop Perowne is a vibrant and prosperous Church of England school which encourages both pupils and staff to be passionate about learning. Our goal is to develop our students into the independent and charismatic individuals we know they can be and our Church of England status inspires a respectful behaviour among all of our students.
Our School motto 'Endeavour Forever' is seamlessly threaded throughout everything we do here at Bishop Perowne and our students are aware of the rewards that can be reaped with hard work.
We hope you enjoy browsing through our website and if you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call on 01905 746 800 and our friendly team will be happy to help.
Students take time to think about their mental health with Well-being Week
19th February 2021
To encourage students to take a break from their computer screens, we held our first Well-being Week between Monday 8th February and Friday 12th February.
Over 2,500 items to Worcester Foodbank
15th January 2021
At the end of last year, students showed their generous side by donating more than 2,500 food items, as well as £50 in donations, to the Worcester Foodbank as part of the school's Christmas Canned Food Drive.
Talented student presented with young musician award
5th January 2021
Alfred Kelsey, a Year 11 student, is celebrating after being named as one of the winners of the Mayor's Best of Worcester Young Musician's Award 2020.
Major investments for Bishop Perowne
24th September 2020
We are delighted to have been awarded two sets of funding to help expand the student capacity and help improve the facilities.
The subject presentations made available to students and parents as part of the Year 8 Options Process are all accessible from this page, which also includes contact details for each Subject Leader.
If you would like to consent for your son/daughter to receive Covid-19 testing within the school the consent form is available here.
Students are receiving a mix of live video lessons and recorded lessons (voiced over powerpoints) with tasks being set in and around these.
A guide on how students can access these is available here.
We have been communicating directly with parents and students about our remote learning provision, but you may find the summaries below useful: