Schools and Colleges in Stourbridge

Stourbridge has some wonderful schools and colleges in the area and this is a major reason why people choose to live here. For this reason we list all the schools in the Stourbridge area below, but if we have missed your school and you feel it should be listed then please let us know. Some schools have history going back several centuries, most notably Oldswinford Hospital School and King Edwards College. To find out more about each school simply click on the links below. Please be aware that is not responsible for the quality and integrity of external websites.


Amblecote Primary School, Amblecote, Stourbridge
Ashwood Park Primary School, Wordsley
Belle View Primary School, Wordsley
Elmfield Rudolph Steiner School, Oldswinford
Fairhaven Primary School, Wordsley
Gig Mill Primary School, Norton, Stourbridge
the Glynne Primary School, Kingswinford
Greenfield Primary School, Stourbridge
Ham Dingle Primary School, Pedmore
Hob Green Primary School, Pedmore Fields
Oldswinford Church of England Primary School, Oldswinford
Pedmore Church of England Primary School, Pedmore
Peter's Hill Primary School, Amblecote
Ridge Primary School, Wollaston
Rufford Primary School, Stourbridge
St Joseph's RC Primary School, Norton
Wollescote Primary School, Wollescote


Elmfield Rudolph Steiner School, Oldswinford
Oldswinford Hospital School, Stourbridge
Pedmore High School, Pedmore
Redhill School and Specialist Language College, Stourbridge
Ridgewood High School, Wollaston


King Edward VI College, Stourbridge
Stourbridge Birmingham Metropolitan College, Stourbridge
Ruskin Mill Glasshouse College, Amblecote

Longlands School 1912 - 1990


Could you spare an hour or two a week? Would you like to help children and young people in Stourbridge?

Local children’s charity Mentor Link is recruiting Volunteer Mentors to support children and young people in schools in Stourbridge.. Owing to a current shortage of male mentors, Mentor Link would particularly like to hear from men who would like to support boys in schools for around an hour each week. They are also keen to recruit additional female mentors too as the demand for services continues to grow. Anyone interested should be a good listener, patient and enjoy working with children and young people. Due to the nature of our work, and the location of some of the schools we provide a service to, it is preferred that applicants hold a current driving licence.

Enquiries to Karen Arnold, Mentor Link. (Mon to Thurs; 8.30am – 4.30pm). Telephone: 01299 822336 Mobile: 07875 438659 Website:  Registered charity no. 1169026