Blogs

Bredon School’s Guide to Lockdown Learning

22nd January 2021

With the latest government announcement declaring another national lockdown, our educational offering had to move online once again. Although we were very disappointed to not be able to welcome all…

Bredon’s School Farm and Outdoor Education

12th September 2018

Bredon School makes the most of our beautiful 85-acre rural setting and places a great emphasis on outdoor education and learning. Our pupils enjoy a range of activities from climbing lessons…

Especially Shakespeare!

14th March 2018

Bredon School embraces the Bard! Shakespeare week has arrived at exactly the right time for Years 7, 8 and 9 since it has come just as the English department are…

Talking SEN

22nd November 2017

Harriet Reynolds is SENCo specialist for children who come into the Junior School with a diagnosis, or still in search of one, for Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and other specific learning needs….

Dyslexia Awareness Week – Focus On…

3rd October 2017

Use of Assistive Technology in the Classroom Louise Wood is an Assistive Technology Advisor and SEN Teacher. Adv. Dip Ed SEN OU Nearly 20 years ago I was introduced to…

Bredon School Farm

13th September 2017

There have been recent calls in the press for Agriculture, as a GCSE subject, to be added to the curriculum in schools across the UK.  Here at Bredon School, we…

Mental Toughness

20th February 2017

Blog – Mental Toughness. Few of us keeping a keen eye on topics of interest within the educational sector have been able to miss the subject of ‘Mental Toughness’ in…

Revision Guide

16th November 2016

Revision Strategies Tip Sheet Effective revision involves careful planning and preparation. ❖ Find out exactly what you need to do: ➢ How many exams have you got? ➢ How long…

A tribute to former Head Boy, John Brown

4th November 2016

The whole Bredon School community has been deeply saddened by John’s passing in September at the age of eighteen, following a courageous battle with cancer. Despite being poorly and still…

Mindfulness in schools.

19th October 2016

Mindfulness. We’ve probably all heard the phrase, seen it in the media, spotted links to courses online or picked up books in the newsagents. But the trouble is, it seems,…