A Class Act

Edgbaston’s first class reputation for education has been strengthened with an investment in the expansion and refurbishment of two highly regarded educational establishments,
Norfolk House School on Norfolk Road has enhanced its facilities.  It has made layout changes to allow the school to make the very best use of space while respecting the building’s heritage.  Sarah Morris, Headmistress of Norfolk House School explained: “There are refurbished classrooms for Years 4, 5 and 6 and we have a brand new ICT suite and reception area to reflect the school’s commitment to providing the very best learning environment for pupils.” The school has a nursery right in the heart of Edgbaston Village, on Harborne Road, which like the school prides itself on delivering an outstanding place of learning for babies and nursery aged children.

In addition, Mander Portman Woodward (MPW) College at Greenfield Crescent within the village, has completed extensive renovation works to accommodate a surge in demand.  With student applications having doubled to an all-time high over the last five years, the college has added six new classrooms and facilities including a study centre and open plan common room/study area.

Jayne Herritty, Sales and Marketing Director for Calthorpe Estates, said: “The MPW Group is one of the most respected independent colleges in the UK and Norfolk House School has an outstanding track record.  The investment in both establishments will improve the learning experience and underpins the highly regarded cultures of the college and school.”

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