Wolverhampton Grammar School has long been an iconic school for the city and region. Our large 25 acre campus located to the west of Wolverhampton city centre blends stunning architecture with sports and recreation fields.

Because Wolverhampton Grammar School is one of the most successful independent schools in the country – we are able to continually invest in our infrastructure, buildings and services.


Purpose built facilities

From the very best nutritionally balanced food prepared on site by award winning chefs to the latest science laboratories, sports centre and learning hub – your child will have access to the very best facilities.

Walk through our historic school campus and you will see how our Senior and Sixth Form buildings wrap around our exceptional Junior School. Purpose built classrooms, the latest laboratories and libraries, sports centre and dedicated music and art studios together with the Viner Gallery (art gallery and exhibition space) and Hutton Theatre provide exceptional facilities that perfectly complement our academic achievements. Quiet study areas, reading and resource rooms provide calm areas for students who choose to arrive early to school or stay beyond their last lesson to complete homework or undertake additional research or study.

Our vast site also includes rugby, cricket, hockey and football pitches, netball courts, an all-weather astro turf and athletics track as well as a fully equipped sports centre with a dance studio, multi-gym and indoor courts for badminton, squash, fives and basketball.

Maintained by a dedicated team of Site Supervisors, Housekeepers and Groundsmen, our school is also a haven for wildlife with over 200 mature trees, a brook, bug hotels and resident beehives providing a natural and assisted habitat.

Lunch and hospitality catering is provided by our award-winning caterers, Holroyd Howe from our own kitchens and dining facilities.

  • Junior School Facilities

    Light, bright classrooms, small class sizes and expert teachers provide your child with access to a range of academic subjects and extra-curricular opportunities that other junior schools cannot match.

    Located within the heart of our main campus, Wolverhampton Grammar Junior School benefits from its own entry and reception facilities, a separate school building housing seven classrooms, a library, sports hall and a dedicated playground incorporating both all-weather and grass areas.

    Junior School pupils also benefit from the extensive facilities available throughout the Senior School, including the Hutton Theatre, Viner gallery, sports pitches, sports centre, library and multi-media facilities.

  • Senior School Facilities

    Walk through our impressive main reception housed in the iconic building affectionately known by students as “Big School” and you quickly get a sense of how our school seamlessly blends a twenty first century approach to education with it’s past.

    Dedicated classrooms provide tailored spaces for our academic disciplines and departments. Our science laboratories are impressive with the latest digital and fume cupboard technology. 

    Superb grounds and a pavilion provide the perfect showcase for sport and our use of green and open spaces offer the ideal setting for the development of creative and critical thinkers alike.

    The latest technology is embedded across our site. From digital aids to lesson capture, iPad charging hubs to a secure and superfast network.  

  • Sixth Form Facilities

    A dedicated Sixth Form Centre with your own dedicated classrooms, seminar room and learning spaces provide the right environment for what can be both the most academically challenging and transformational stage of education.

    Our modern Sixth Form Library is modelled on the very best Russell Group university libraries and research centres. The Heads of Sixth Form and senior teachers are also based within the Sixth Form Centre ensuring students always have access to support and guidance when they need it.

    Dedicated catering staff from our award-winning caterers Holroyd Howe and your own café can be found at the heart of your own Sixth Form Common Room.

    The Sixth Form Centre provides a home and a focus for senior students, a place to meet with tutors and a place to enjoy a pause between lessons with a coffee and home-made cake.

Take a tour of our facilities