Every day is an Open Day
Call and visit the school at any time, on any day that we are open.
Please note: If you live outside of Warwickshire, you can still apply for a place at Studley High – see below for information!
Feedback from parents who have visited the school this year:
Informative head with excellent knowledge of his students, curriculum and staff. The school had a family feel to it. We were all really impressed.
Mrs J, mother of Y6 pupil, October ’17
Having just visited the school for a tour this week, I found the staff friendly and the students happy!
Mrs S, mother of Y6 pupil, Sept ’17
It was wonderful to meet you, super friendly staff and pupils! Our son is very excited about starting at the school – soon as we exited the doors he was onto me about buying the uniform.
Mr McG, father of Y6 pupil (new intake), July 2017
I just wanted to take a moment to write to you to thank you and all of the staff at Studley High School, for your care and attention to the transition process for my Year 6 child.After visiting Studley and being shown around by Mr Eost earlier in the year, we were confident that we had chosen a good school for our child to attend when we selected Studley High as our first choice secondary school. After our place was confirmed, we were delighted to begin receiving school communications immediately – making us feel welcomed already into the school.We were thrilled to learn that the children would have two induction days. The opportunity to get to know the school a little on the first day, and then to return to cement that knowledge the day afterwards has gone a long way towards banishing fears about the move up to big school for both our daughter and us.The programme organised by Mrs Page and her team was interesting and exciting, and the gifts of a mug and pen were really thoughtful. Complementary school meals was another bonus that we weren’t expecting and was much appreciated.We then learned that our daughter would be able to attend a fantastic, adventure-filled summer school programme, to help her meet and make new friends without there being an additional cost for us as parents. This is a truly remarkable gift from your school to our child – and we know that this event, during the school holidays, will provide a great springboard into the new term and new challenges of secondary education.I cannot think of anything else that you and your team at Studley High School could do to make our family feel more welcome, or to help our child feel more at ease about this big life change.We look forward to September when hopefully we can help put something back into the school community that has given us so much already – before we’ve even started!
One thing I liked the most was the environment, the positive messages, which supported the calm yet busy environment. The teaching and administrative teams were welcoming and efficient. I left my initial visit to the school confident that the school would afford my daughter the safe and stable environment to grow and learn, and to be happy.
J Reeves, June 25th 2017
Seemed very friendly, impression of good learning environment and attitudes of children.
D Gray, Feb 4th 2017
We liked structure & ethos and pupils & teachers were very engaged and enthusiastic about teaching/ learning.
V Hewitt, Mar 9th 2017
Happy pupils; relaxed but focused atmosphere. Everyone was really proud of their school.
Emma S, Mar 16th 2017
Studley High School has capacity to take 150 pupils into each year group. Parents interested in enrolling their children here are encouraged to visit the school or attend the Open Day or Open Evening event (normally in September).
We attract pupils from Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Solihull and Birmingham. Approximately 50% of our pupils come from Warwickshire, travelling from Stratford, Alcester, Tanworth, Mappleborough and Studley itself. 40% of our intake is from Worcestershire, travelling from Redditch, Wythall & Astwood Bank with many pupils moving from middle school into the 11-16 provision we currently have and 10% are from South Birmingham and Solihull including Hollywood, Solihull, Maypole, Hall Green, Kings Heath and Moseley.
You can find a comprehensive list of all routes of transport into school, on our Transport page including the Studley school transport service from Maypole, Becketts, Portway, Tanworth, Gorcott Hill and Mappleborough Green.
This gallery gives you a flavour of life at Studley High School:
If you are living in Warwickshire, applications should be made direct to Warwickshire Local Authority at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/admissions – 01926 414143 School admissions
If you are living in Worcestershire, applications should be made through Worcestershire Local Authority www.worcestershire.gov.uk/schooladmissions – 01905 822700 who will contact Warwickshire Admissions.
If you are living in Birmingham – applications should be made through Birmingham Local Authority https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/schooladmissions Tel 0121 303 1888. Please ensure the ‘default’ authority is changed from Birmingham to Warwickshire to find and select Studley High School.
If you are living in Solihull – applications should be made through Solihull Local Authority: http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/admissions Tel: 0121 704 6693. Please ensure the ‘default’ authority is changed from Solihull to Warwickshire to find and select Studley High School.
Click the link to read our current policy: Studley High School Admissions Policy 2017-2018
Please note – when parents apply to Studley from Worcestershire, a letter is sometimes generated from Warwickshire saying Studley is full. This is not normally the case and is a glitch in their system. We are working with Warwickshire to resolve this. If you receive such a letter please contact Studley High on 01527 852478.
Parents applying outside of Warwickshire must complete a short Studley High admissions form (see below) and submit to us as well as applying online through their own authority.