Including links to our Bredon School Term Dates, School Timetables, Sports Fixtures and Results, Lunch Menus, School Uniform and Transport Details.
A mainstream independent school, Bredon is proud to differ from other independent schools. Small in size, with less than 250 pupils on roll from Year 3 through to Sixth Form, Bredon offers specialist support for children with dyslexia.
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At Bredon we believe that it is important to look beyond life at the school. The careers team aims to support all pupils, raising their aspirations and helping them to plan for the future.
At this important stage in your child’s educational pathway, Bredon School is able to offer a huge number of courses to suit all aspirations. With 25 courses to choose from, we are sure there will be a combination to meet your child’s needs and interests as they progress to university, an apprenticeship or the beginning of their career.
The majority of our pupils are from the UK , but our vibrant overseas community includes pupils from across the globe, including Europe, East and West Africa and the Middle East. With excellent travel links, Bredon is a great choice for overseas pupils searching for a traditional British boarding school.
Our school farm is home to 9 breeds of animal; Badger Face, Mules and Manx sheep, South Devon cows, Large White and Saddle Back pigs, guinea fowl, chickens and geese. Historically, Bredon School began as an all boys school in 1962. Since then, the school has continued to grow into a successful co-educational day and boarding school.