Chase Grammar School has big ambitions to provide a world-class education that leads to outstanding progress and excellent outcomes for all.  We are a high-achieving, independent, co-educational school, taking both day students from a wide catchment area and boarding students from all round the world. with an integrated Preparatory school and 2 year olds nursery.  Our wide curriculum ranges from English to Economics, Mathematics to Mandarin and Russian to Religious Studies. We offer over 20 GCSE & A-Level options for students to choose from.
Unique to Chase is our Chase Passport, which runs through our entire school, our assemblies programme and our
tutorial system. Students are guided to develop their character for 21st century life, through setting regular personal targets in nine key areas.
These are collaboration, creativity, decision-making, empathy, globalcitizenship, integrity, leadership, problem-solving and
Extension & Enrichment activities are a regular part of our school life, including weekly saturday trips for boarding students. We also offer over 40 different enrichmant activities per week. A brief sample includes Astronomy Club, The Show, Chess Club, Code Breaking, French Board Games, Lego League. Maths Challenge, as well as many otheracademic, musical, sporting and craft activities.

We are very proud of our tradition of providing individualised pastoral care in a caring, family-feel environment. Our courses, including A-Level, Foundation & Pre-A Level (for international students), prepare students for entry to the worlds top universities.
We hope you will want to visit us and join our thriving community.

About Us

Key Facts


  • Student Population: 320 approx.
  • Age of students: 2 – 19
  • Co-educational (since its foundation in 1879)
  • International mix: 60% British; 40% International
  • 16 different nationalities represented in the school
  • Full boarding from age 11; flexible boarding and homestay options available
  • Number of A Level subjects: 23
  • Most popular A Levels: Mathematics, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Business
  • Language courses: English, French, German, Latin, Mandarin, Russian
  • Specialist Pre-A Level and International Foundation Diploma courses
  • Small class sizes (typically 8-18 students)
  • Personal Tutor provided
  • Specialist, individualised preparation for university entrance
  • University places: Cambridge, UCL, Imperial, LSE, Warwick, York, Bath, Bristol, Loughborough
  • Enrichment: Daily Enrichment clubs including Duke of Edinburgh Award; National Community Service; Interact Volunteering
  • International cuisine
  • Wi-Fi available through the school and boarding houses
  • Full Guardianship provided by the school
  • Students may stay at the school throughout the half-term breaks
  • Full programme of activities and trips
  • All-inclusive fees
  • Summer school pre-sessional courses (aged 13 – 17)
  • GCSE Results: 45% 9-6/A*- B
  • A Level Results: 90% A*- C


There has been a school on the current site since 1879, when the Sisters of the Holy Rosary opened the Convent School. Originally for boys and girls up to the age of 11, the school was very popular with local parents and numbers grew. The original convent buildings were expanded to accepted further classes.
For the school’s centenary, parents enabled the school to expand further and open up to students aged 11 – 16. The school was renamed Lyncroft House School.
In 1996, under new ownership, the school started to run courses for international students and built a strong reputation as an international study centre and boarding school, recruiting students from around the world.
The school changed its name to Chase Academy and opened a Sixth Form centre, encouraging day students to stay on until age 18 for the new A Level programme. Initially spread across three campuses in South Staffordshire, the school undertook an expansion at its central site, purchasing land and properties as they became available adjacent to the school. Over a ten year period the school doubled in physical size, specialist facilities were added and all the boarding was brought into one place, creating a focused and special community.
In 2012 came another name change, to Chase Grammar School, to reflect better the school’s heritage, academic credentials, holistic education model and independence.
In 2014 the school underwent a rebranding, with a focus on a traditional House system, the main purpose of which being the integration of the community as one all-through school.
In 2016, the collection of properties now owned by the school, which continues to expand, were connected together in clusters to form Tylecote, Parton and Lee Houses; the original convent building was converted into a Medical Centre; catering services were taken in-house; and the prep school was re-branded as Lyncroft House Preparatory School.

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    Teacher of Prep

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  • Posted

    29th April 2021

  • Salary


  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

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