A Caring Christian Community
At Bishop Perowne we seek to develop a caring Christian Community in which we nurture individuals and encourage all to excel. Love of God, love of others and love of oneself are at the heart of our ethos. Through encouraging strong, positive, supportive relationships, we aim to create a genuine balance between the highest academic standards and personal growth, providing everyone with opportunities to ‘be the best they can be’.
Bishop Perowne enjoys an enviable reputation as a successful Church of England Performing Arts College and creative learning environment in which study, enquiry, innovation and aspiration are highly valued. We are the lead school in the I.T. and Creative and Media Diplomas. We have the resources to ensure that all students receive excellent learning opportunities supported by first class opportunities to participate in performances, enrichment activities and celebrations throughout the year.
We are a safe and healthy College offering a broad and balanced curriculum, tailoring students learning to their talents, aspirations and potential. Every day, students have access to enrichment through a co-ordinated programme of extended day activities – many of which will lead to further qualifications and awards.
Our well qualified, experienced staff constantly scan the horizon for initiatives and opportunities that will benefit our students and place our College in the vanguard of all that is best in English education.
Our outstanding pastoral system is based around students’ relationships with their form tutor who provides support, guidance and care on a daily basis throughout a student’s career.
We have recently improved our facilities by adding new mathematics classrooms, ICT suites, a state of the art theatre and recording studio and a creative and media performance studio. Plans for the future include the refurbishment of our science labs and an all weather pitch on our site as part of our growing partnership with the Kings School, an independant school in Worcester.
15 April 2015
AFTER having her locks cut off for charity kind-hearted Bishop Perowne C of E College student Jasmine Daffurn says she is growing it back again – but might have it cut a seco...read more
13 April 2015
IF you are shopping at Asda at the weekend be sure to look out for boys from Bishop Perowne C of E College who will be helping to pack bags on Saturday, April 18, to raise funds fo...read more
01 April 2015
EIGHT budding young snappers from Bishop Perowne C of E College are among the highest scoring entrants in a Young Photographer of the Year competition. The competition, now in ...read more