Junior School

Nestled within the secure grounds of Bredon School, the Junior School enables children from the age of 7 to 11 years old to develop confidence and thrive as individuals. 

The Junior School offers a small, friendly environment where pupils benefit from the extensive facilities across our 84-acre site. With plenty of outdoor space, children are encouraged to explore, create and even develop their tree climbing skills! Pupils are taught by highly qualified staff, with a wealth of experience in teaching children with dyslexia. 

Small class sizes, with no more than 12 pupils, offer a nurturing and supportive environment. Our curriculum is tailored to meet each child’s needs; our teaching staff are passionate about the academic development of every pupil and work with each child to strive towards ambitious targets. The structure of the school timetable allows for traditional academic subjects to be taught in the morning, with practical subjects and activities taking place in the afternoon. 

The School makes full use of dyslexia-specific programs such as Alpha to Omega and Nessy Learning, with additional investment for dyscalculia to include Addacus, supporting mathematics intervention. TRUGS is also utilised to aid reading and the School continues to invest in software to aid dyslexic pupils in the classroom. Every pupil has a Google Chromebook for use within lessons.