According to Government figures published on 24 January, Bredon School is ranked number one out of 4,434 schools and colleges in England for ‘value added’ for students aged 16 to 18 years.
Bredon School’s top ranking is based on Department of Education figures which show how much progress A level students at Bredon made between the end of key stage 4 and the end of their A level studies, compared to similar students across England.
Mr Koen Claeys, Headteacher at Bredon School comments: “We are obviously really delighted to have achieved the top ‘value added’ score for schools and colleges across the country. This is a remarkable achievement and recognises the high quality of our specialist teaching and learning approach.”
“As a small, nurturing school with a specialism in educating students with dyslexia, dyspraxia and other specific learning needs, our top ranking is an excellent endorsement for the distinct and tailored education we offer our students. We excel at providing an individualised approach to learning, equipping every student in the school with their own laptop to use in class and harnessing the latest technologies to support learning.”
“Our recent ISI Inspection Report published in October 2018, stated that ‘pupils’ progress and attainment are excellent in relation to their start points’ and this is exactly our mission at Bredon.”
Bredon’s top ranking was based on A level results achieved in the 2017-18 academic year by Bredon School pupils. 100% of pupils achieved grades A*-C at A level, with 63% of students gaining an A*-B grade, an increase of nearly 20% from the previous year.
Bredon recently achieved the highest possible grades in all categories in its Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) report, published in October 2018. It was judged as ‘Excellent’ in both the quality of Pupil Achievement and Pupil Personal Development. Bredon prides itself on its supportive and nurturing atmosphere, engendered by its sensitive pastoral care.
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