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Eversfield Preparatory School
Warwick Road, B91 1AT Solihull
0121-705 0354

Eversfield in Brief

Eversfield Preparatory School is an independent day school and registered nursery, providing high-quality education for boys and girls aged from 2½ to 11.

As one of the West Midlands’ leading schools, Eversfield offers everything your child deserves . . .

  • Broad and balanced curriculum focusing on academic excellence and developing pupils' creative, sporting, technical and social skills.
  • Small classes taught by professional and caring staff.
  • Superb five acre site close to Solihull centre, featuring extensive playing fields and an outdoor heated swimming pool.
  • Modern well equipped classrooms including dedicated rooms for specialist subject teaching.
  • A well stocked, computerised library for reference, research and reading.
  • Pride in the school, respect for others and a healthy balance between competition and co-operation.
  • A smaller school with a strong sense of community.
  • High moral standards and responsible attitudes encouraged and supported through Christian teaching and values.


About the School

Eversfield Preparatory School is a fully co-educational independent day school offering first class education for pupils from the ages of 2½ to 11 years.

The school aims to deliver ‘foundations for the future’, preparing pupils for entry into the leading senior schools in the region and beyond.

Recent major developments and improvements have equipped the school to a high standard, providing an impressive range of facilities on a superb five-acre site close to the centre of Solihull.

Eversfield delivers a broad and balanced curriculum which values academic excellence while retaining the breadth which nurtures the creative, sporting, technical and social skills of every pupil.

The school always welcomes potential new pupils and their families, and an informal visit can be arranged at any time.

Aims and Values

Eversfield aims to provide a caring and disciplined environment in which every pupil can fulfil his or her potential – not only academically, but creatively, physically, socially and spiritually.

Structure, routine and orderly progression are essential elements which not only feature in the classroom but in all areas of activity.

A strong pastoral care system ensures that the welfare, health and overall academic progress of each pupil are carefully supervised.

In turn, pupils are expected to behave with consideration and courtesy and are given the opportunity to exercise leadership and develop a responsible attitude.

The overall aim is to build a strong sense of community within the school, where pupils feel secure and can develop their self confidence.

Close links with home are encouraged, and regular meetings and reports keep parents fully informed.


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