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With this in mind, and given the current situation with COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have put together a guide for our tenants and landlords to help navigate these uncertain times.
posted on 14 Jul 2016 by Jayde

Schools in the Jewellery Quarter

Blog | Birmingham | Schools in the Jewellery Quarter

Although there are no primary schools within the Jewellery Quarter zone, Brookfield Primary is in Hockley, on the edge of the Quarter. Its last Ofsted in December 2013 rated the school as Good.

There is also Nelson Primary School, Ladywood, which was graded as Good in April 2015; and St Edmund’s Catholic School, Springhill, which was also given a Good rating by Ofsted in its last inspection in May 2014.

The JQ has two secondary schools – Perry Beeches II, on Newhall Street, which opened in September 2012, and Perry Beeches IV, in Albion Street, which opened in September 2014. They are both free schools.

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