CV-19 Contingency​

Information for parents/guardians - updated 1st September 2020

We are very much looking forward to welcoming pupils back to Bredon School on Monday 7th
September and Tuesday 8th September for Years 12 /13 and Years 3 to 11 respectively.

Having reflected upon Government guidance and best practice from professional bodies, a huge
amount of work has been undertaken behind the scenes in preparation for the safe return of our
pupils. That said, there will of course be some adjustments and with this in mind we are delighted to
share with you our 'Return to School' document which summarises the adjustments we have made
across the campus.

The first day will perhaps feel strange for the Bredon community as we adjust to these changes. We
would ask parents to take on board the information contained within the 'Return to School'
document and discuss it with your child prior to coming back to school. Further information of what
to expect on the first day of term, including how pupils are to be dropped off and what will happen
on the day itself, will be sent out to parents/guardians. Pupils will also receive further guidance in small group assemblies and tutor groups.

Parents can be reassured, as much as practically possible, that it is our intention to make Bredon feel
as close to 'normal' as possible.

Please click on the image below to see our 'Return to School' document.










Remote Education Programme


Click on the image below to view our Remote Education Programme. 















Support for pupils (remote learning)

  • Academic work will be primarily through 'Google Classroom'. All staff at Bredon are working hard to ensure any disruption to learning is minimised.

  • All completed work will be 'handed in' using the google classroom for each relevant teacher to review and provide feedback. This means that pupils will be required to complete a maximum of 7 pieces of work on each school day. Work should not take longer than a usual lesson.

  • Pastoral support and wellbeing support via email and virtual meetings with staff (if needed).

  • SLS support will be primarily through 'Google Classroom'. Support will also be available for proof reading and for support with other lessons. 

  • For those pupils who receive SALT, packs have been sent for home working and discussions with parents will remain ongoing. 

Boarding Provision for September 2020

Click on the image below to view our 'Planning Ahead' brochure outlining provisions for boarders from September 2020. 

We are proud to have adopted the Boarding Schools' Association (BSA) COVID-Safe Charter - further details on this can be found here. 



Information for external visitors

In light of the current Coronavirus pandemic, Bredon School has reflected upon Government guidance and best practice from professional bodies and as a result are delighted to be offering prospective parents the opportunity to visit Bredon School. We do have a number of procedures in place in order to keep our community safe and well which we will advise you of prior to your visit.

Please email the Admissions Team to arrange a tour or visit. Alternatively please call 07799 127449 (Jessica Doodes, Head of Admissions and Marketing) or 01684 293156 ext 2212 (Rebecca Jones, Admissions Officer). 

Contact details

In these unique circumstances, we have created mailboxes for you to contact the School in the first instance. Please email:

General enquiries:

School Office: 


Admissions Office: 

Other Useful Information

COVID-19 Risk Assessment

Video - How to Properly Wash Your Hands

Video - Protect Yourself From COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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Bredon School is a part of the Cavendish Education Group.​

Bredon School Ltd is registered in England and Wales. No 04399845
Registered office:  14 Waterloo Place, London SW1Y 4AR

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