Pedmore currently having a lockdown drill

As part of our standard fire drill, evacuation, lockdown and safety procedures we are currently staging a mock lockdown of the college site. This is a test and ensures that staff and students are familiar with the procedure and confident in the process. We will update this webpage as soon as the test procedure is complete.

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The very latest news from, in and around our school

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  • PTC are considering converting to an Academy status - consultation document available now

    Published 15/06/16

    We have been looking into the idea of converting to academy status as part of a Multi-Academy Trust. An application has been made to the DfE for our school to join with The King Edwards and Halesowen Colleges Academy Trust  - Consultation Document is available now - Please click on the text to the left for further details. 



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  • Sad news of Alfie Rose

    Published 13/06/16

    We were all very saddened to hear of Alfie Rose’s (a former PTC student) death recently.  Our staff and many of our existing students knew Alfie and expressed that they would like to raise funds for Alfie’s family towards funeral costs at this sad time.  As a result, a range of activities took place at PTC on Thursday 16th June.  PLEASE CLICK ON ALFIE'S PHOTOGRAPH FOR FULL DETAILS OF OUR FUNDRAISING ACTIVITIES OR HOW TO DONATE ONLINE

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  • Hay We Go!

    Published 10/06/16

    Book club have a great day at the Hay 2016! Read the full story

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  • Year 7's immersed in history and wildlife at Dudley Castle

    Published 23/05/16

    Students find out all about castles and animals at Dudley Castle and Zoo.  Read the full story 

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  • Our students “blow away” Santander on the Red Box Tour Roadshow!

    Published 19/05/16

    Another roaring enterpreneurial success for PTC and forging relationships with important employers - read more

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  • Big Ideas final at Westminster Palace  - Team Pulse do us proud!

    Published 13/05/16

    PTC team went to the palace of Westminster for the Big Ideas final - read the full story

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  • 3 PTC Teams get through to the S4TP Semi Finals!

    Published 25/04/16

    3 out of 4 of our PTC teams are picked to take their business ideas to the Solutions For the Planet Semi Finals at the University of Wolverhampton on 12th May. 

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  • Year 7 hold their Biscuit Sale tomorrow - bring in cash! 

    Published 25/04/16

    Year 7's bake biscuits for a sweet enterprise challenge

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  • Focus of the Week - Year 11 and Exam Time

    Published 12/04/16

    The Focus of the Week is Year 11.  Students are asked to be mindful that GCSEs are now underway involving all Year 11 students. When around the Main Hall & Games Hall all students must move quietly at all times. Senior leaders will support  the start and finish of every exam. Good luck Year 11!

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  • Our students broadcast from the BBC!

    Published 09/03/16

    Year 8's broadcast from the BBC studios in Birmingham from 12:00-1:00pm as part of the BBC News School Report 2016 on Thursday 10th March.  The students went to the studios to practice their show on 7th March and  broadcast their own researched and produced stories in addition to producing and presenting the days news. Our team  also interviewing some very high profile guests:

    Becky Wood – BBC Weather reporter

    Fleur East – singer and X Factor star

    Tony Hall – Director General of the BBC -     STOP PRESS!!!!!!    See hear Willow's inteview with the Director General of the BBC Tony Hall!  Listen now at

    Martin Dougan – the BBC's News Round presenter


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  • Students enthralled by Storyteller John 

    Published 09/03/16

    Big Centre TV and Stourbridge News capture John Edgar's visit to PTC as part of our literacy festival

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  • Students excel at Rotary Young Chef Competition 2016

    Published 07/03/16

    Imogen and James compete and succeed in the District finals!

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