As a Dyslexia specialist we pride ourselves on small class sizes, a nurturing supportive environment based around the individual offering enriching dynamic opportunities where children thrive.
Supporting, encouraging and inspiring pupils aged 8 to 18 years of age to push beyond what they themselves ever believed possible. A broad spectrum of subjects, activities and opportunities enable pupils to build confidence and self-belief – just one of the reasons Bredon is judged to be ‘Excellent’ by the Independent School Inspectorate (ISI) for both academic achievement and all-round personal development.
A diverse curriculum and outstanding co-curricular provision underpinned by superb, fully integrated pastoral care and a family ethos prepares confident, resilient, capable young men and women. Bredon equips its pupils with the attributes to be ambitious for themselves personally and professionally, able to engage with a world far beyond the school gates.
Pupils are motivated to experience and try new things. A magnificent range of traditional and vocational qualifications are taught within small classes of 12 pupils on average. Excellent facilities including a fully operational School Farm, Forest School, Combined Cadet Force amenities, shooting range and miles of cycle tracks all available to pupils. Bredon celebrates and nurtures individuality ensuring the individual thrives.
The journey is as important as the destination’, the motto of Bredon Founder, Lt-Col Sharp over 50 years ago still stands today. Thinking differently pupils are encouraged to think creatively about their educational journey, the paths they may take and what they can achieve. Highly qualified, passionate staff offer guidance to ensure a love of learning in each and every pupil ensuring they realise their full potential.
Be a Bredonian.
They say that seeing is believing. Come and experience the warmth of our unique environment, engage with our staff and of course our pupils. Discover how Bredon can support your child as they embrace the next stage of their education journey.