Home to international pupils from over 15 different countries, Bredon School offers a traditional English boarding school education, a diverse academic provision and an exciting schedule of extra-curricular activities, trips and excursions.
Bredon School not only provides international pupils with language skills for life but prepares them for life beyond our school gates. Our English as a Foreign Language (EAL) department strives to prepare pupils for success in appropriate English qualifications, be that through IGCSE, KEY, PET, FCE or IELTS examinations whilst providing a programme of support for pupils working towards their GCSE or A Level examinations.
As a small independent school, Bredon is able to provide flexible timetabling structured according to the needs of the individual, learning styles and cultural backgrounds. Tuition is in small groups and, when necessary, one-to-one support lessons.
INTERNATIONAL APPLICATION PROCESS
In order to apply for a place at Bredon School, prospective pupils are asked to submit copies of their most recent school reports together with any specialist assessments, for example an Educational Psychologist report, if appropriate. Reports are subsequently reviewed by our Admissions panel. Prospective pupils with additional needs such as dyslexia will also be reviewed by our Director of Learning Development who will confirm that any specific learning requirements your child has can be supported at Bredon.
Once approved by the Admissions panel, prospective pupils will be invited to complete a formal application form and send this with the registration fee to the School. Upon confirmation of receipt pupils will be invited to attend an interview with the Headmaster via Google Meet. Offers will be made following a successful interview.
A deposit is required on entry to Bredon School. For non-EU nationals the deposit is £7,250, which is refundable on settling of the final account. For further fee details please click here.
Bredon is delighted to work with a number of world-wide educational agents. If you are interested in working with Bredon School, please contact us giving two referees; these should be schools with which you have worked as an agent. Upon receipt of satisfactory references, we will issue an Agency Agreement to be signed by both parties.
Bredon School requires any pupil whose parents do not reside within the UK to have an adult guardian who is responsible for the child on behalf of the parents. A guardian may be a relative, friend of the family or a guardian agency.
Guardians are required to:
- Accommodate the pupil in an emergency, such as an accident or illness.
- Accommodate the pupil for half-term holidays and exeat weekends.
- Attend school to meet with staff to discuss pupils progress.
- Liaise with the school regarding pastoral matters and maintain regular contact with parents.
TIER 4 SPONSOR
Bredon School has been granted a Tier 4 Sponsor licence by the UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) enabling us to provide all offered candidates with the required CAS to apply for a Points Based System Tier 4 visa.
Our Sponsor licence is important to us so we rely on the professionalism of the educational consultants with whom we work alongside.
We strongly advise all our agents to be aware of the regular changes to the visa application process and read the information on the following website: www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa