Bredon School is delighted that this year's GCSE cohort receiving results today can be extremely proud of all that they have achieved. Despite the unprecedented times of what was an unusual end to the academic year pupils remained fully engaged with their studies via comprehensive remote learning programmes, the outcomes of which are evident in today's results.
Mr Nick Oldham, Headmaster at Bredon School added, "I am delighted with another
outstanding set of results that all pupils should feel very proud of. They have worked
extremely hard in extremely difficult and challenging conditions and have been duly
As a mainstream independent school that specialises in teaching children with dyslexia
Bredon is committed to enabling pupils to make academic progress in ways that are suited to their individual learning styles. Small class sizes enable our highly experienced teachers to work with individuals ensuring that they achieve their full potential.
We look forward to welcoming our existing pupils back to Bredon together with those new pupils joining as they take the next steps on their educational journey via our traditional academic A-Level subjects or vocational BTEC subjects which include Agriculture, Engineering and Hospitality.Categories: News