Black Country Wheels is a Other Independent School located in Tipton, Staffordshire, teaching Not known students aged between (n/a) and (n/a) years of age.
The school operates under the Tipton local authority.
Sorry, the latest Ofsted report for Black Country Wheels is not available just yet.
|School name||Black Country Wheels|
|Number of pupils||15|
|Type of school||Other Independent School|
|Phase of education||Not known|
|Ages||(n/a) - (n/a)|
|Parliamentary constituency||Not known|
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