On the bus to Tettenhall!

From September, Tettenhall College is launching new Express Bus services to serve Shropshire. Routes will include pick-ups from Bridgnorth, Telford and Ironbridge as well as key stops along the way. With no route taking more than 40 minutes, Tettenhall College, set in the picturesque village of Tettenhall just north west of Wolverhampton, will be a viable option for parents and pupils from all areas of the county.

The services will be extremely cost effective; the school aims to keep costs to parents as low as possible while fitting in with their extra-curricular timetable. The variety of options and sports – from rock climbing to engineering, business enterprise to dance – ensures everyone will find their perfect confidence-building pastime.

Tettenhall College has come a long way since its foundation over 150 years ago by local industrialists originally with 15 boys and a cow (to supply the boys with milk)! In 2017, over two thirds of Sixth Form pupils achieved top grades of B to A*, while 50% of Y11 pupils achieved 9 or more GCSE C to A* grades; 27% per cent of all grades were at the top level of A*or A.  The school is welcoming prospective parents and pupils to its open morning for all-year groups on Wednesday 7 March. For further information, contact Emma Ray-Davies on 01902 751119 or email admissions@tettcoll.co.uk.

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