Bredon School in Bushley, near Tewkesbury, welcomes boys and girls from 3-18 years old.
Situated in an idyllic 84-acre rural estate, the school holds CReSTeD-accredited ‘Dyslexia Specialist Provision’ status; an accolade which recognises its outstanding provision for children with dyslexia.
As a mainstream school, Bredon prides itself on its small class sizes, along with a genuine attention for the individual.
Pupils grow in confidence and self-belief, and the wide-ranging curriculum and array of extra-curricular activities allow every pupil to find their area in which to shine.
All pupils, with or without additional learning needs, benefit from multi-sensory teaching methods including access to a school farm, where pupils get involved in feeding the animals, gardening, helping with the estate management – even going on to take a qualification in land-based studies.
Younger pupils have the opportunity to learn outdoors in the woodland classroom, and the huge variety of team and individual sports, and adventure activities on offer, will certainly ensure there’s something to suit everyone.
With impressive GCSE, A Level and vocational results, and pupils who are thoughtful and responsible individuals, could Bredon School be the school for your child?
Headteacher: Mr Koen Claeys