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Welcome to Bredon School.

Bredon is often described as a family school and it is perhaps this which gives it a special, distinctive character. As a small school, we all get to know one another really well.

It is a happy school where students enjoy their time and our motto of ‘Come Alive and Thrive’ is something of real significance; we aim to help all our students to love learning and to realise their potential. We achieve this through building our students’ self belief and self confidence and by offering them a huge number of activities, opportunities, subjects, experiences and rewards.

We are renowned for our ability to bring out the best in all our students and, for me, our Founder’s Day celebration on the final day of the summer term each year is quite simply the very best day in the school calendar. Staff, students, parents, grandparents and friends all come together to see the progress that each child has made.

“My son started at Bredon School 2 years ago and loves going to school every day, despite the early start – he regards Bredon as his second home. Thank you, Bredon.” Parent

We are proud to be one of the most inclusive independent Schools in the UK.

I hope our website captures your imagination and gives you a glimpse of a school that can offer all its students outstanding opportunities. If you’d like to visit Bredon to see it for yourself, please contact us.

David A.T. Ward MA
Principal

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Biography

Mr Ward joined Bredon School in September 2013. Married with two daughters, he brings a wealth of many years experience as a former boarding school Housemaster, Deputy Head and Headmaster.

He is a former rugby international, holds marathon canoeing coaching qualifications, oversaw the creation of sporting centres of excellence at previous schools and has a strong personal interest in sailing, swimming and equestrianism.

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