History of Bedstone Court

The main school building,  Bedstone Court,  is a notable and rare Victorian Calendar House with a fascinating history, recorded by Nicholas Pevsner in his seminal work as “A galleon set in the midst of the Shropshire countryside”

( click here to read a potted history of this wonderful building.)

Set amongst South Shropshire’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the College enjoys over 40 acres of surrounding countryside for its extensive campus of modern buildings and playing fields yet  Bedstone Court still remains the central hub of the College where we eat together, have our libraries, meeting places and it is home to two boys’ boarding houses.  All teaching areas are housed in more modern buildings around the campus  included  amongst which are some outstanding facilities such as those provided by the Music School, the Sports Hall, Design Technology and Art Studios, and the fitness and dance studios.