Boarding Houses

Upon joining the close-knit boarding community at Bredon School every boarder is assigned to a House, boys to Tyndale House and girls, Stable House. 

Creating a home from home family atmosphere, year groups are fully integrated within House with Heads of Houses providing exemplary role models for the younger pupils. Houses are run by a team of resident staff ably supported by Heads of Houses who play a key role in running the houses.

Tyndale House

Tyndale House

Tyndale House accommodates boys from year 4 to year 13 on three different landings within the magnificent setting of the old house at Pull Court. Rooms range from single occupancy to six-bed dorms, all with stunning views.

Mr Rob Starr, our Director of Boarding, alongside his wife Nicola and their dog Ronnie, nurture a warm, robust and encouraging family environment for all the boys to flourish socially and academically. There is no ceiling to what the boys can achieve and the camaraderie and inclusive atmosphere allows all the boys to reach their goals at a pace that works for them. Mr Starr and his team are firm believers that a clear sense of structure and responsibility within the house builds resilience, allowing each boy to fulfil their huge potential.

Stable House

Stable House

Stable House is home to girls from years 5 to 13.

Stable is a warm and fun house, full of laughter, that offers our girls a real home from home after a busy Bredon school day. The house has single and double rooms, two beautifully appointed common rooms for the girls to socialise and enjoy each other’s company, and full kitchen facilities.

The girls in Stable House learn independence and social skills in a happy and positive boarding environment where the big sister, little sister relationships are evident throughout all we do. Miss Lucy Hodkinson is Stable’s Resident Housemistress, and is ably assisted by her cocker spaniel, Wilf. “Miss H” and her team love a project, and alongside regular bake-offs and group bonding sessions, the girls have recently taken charge of successfully raising a confusion of some 20 guinea-fowl from the incubator to the school farm.