Schools in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton, a metropolitan borough in West Midlands, England, showcases a storied history stretching back to Saxon times with roots in the wool trade. Throughout the Industrial Revolution, the city flourished in coal mining, steel production, and automobile manufacturing, guided by its motto "Out of darkness cometh light." Famous attractions include the Wolfson Gallery, home to over 300 years of art, and Wightwick Manor, a grand preserved Art and Crafts House. The city is also renowned for hosting the UK's first automatic traffic lights, pioneering Heavy Metal music, and its football team, Wolverhampton Wanderers, now part of the Premier League. The city's population in 2011 was 249,470, and it's the second-largest in West Midlands. In the contemporary era, Wolverhampton has diversified its economy, with a strong focus on services, and boasts a population of over 263,729 (2021 census). The insights provided here capture Wolverhampton's progress from its origination as a small market town to a thriving modern city.

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