Bredon School is celebrating this morning with 81% of pupils having attained five or more grade *A–G passes at GCSE level.
Headmaster Mr John Hewitt said, “We are delighted. Our pupils’ hard work and determination has been rewarded this morning. In the school’s 50th year, it’s very pleasing to see the happiness and relief of both students and parents.”
Amongst the pupils receiving their exam results this morning was Megan Bates, 16, who scooped one A, two Bs, five Cs and a D and will be returning to Bredon’s Sixth Form in September to study Business, Sport and Hospitality.
Also Abi Sylvester-Kilroy 16, who was moved to tears after opening her results and discovering she had achieved one grade A and seven grade B passes. Abi, who is dyslexic, will now go on to study at a college in Wales. Her mother Kate said, “We are truly delighted. It does show that if you work really hard, you’ll achieve”.
Amongst the boys, James Morris achieved 9 passes at A*-C and Sam Livingstone 7 passes at grades A-C.
15 year old Bliss Lam achieved a grade A in GCSE Mathematics after sitting the exam early at the end of Year 10.
Mr Hewitt continued, “At Bredon, we’re well placed to bring the best out of our pupils and for supporting those with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia. We’re also able to build the confidence and self-esteem of children who have struggled at other schools. This year’s results really go to show that Bredon is a very unique school.”
Anyone who is interested in exploring the opportunities that the School offers is welcome to attend the whole school Open Afternoon on October 2nd between 2-4pm, or the Sixth Form Open Evening on October 3rd, from 7pm.