Bredon Hill Academy is a co-educational school for pupils aged 10 to 13 years.
The catchment area for the school includes the following villages:
Ashton Under Hill, Aston Somerville, Beckford, Bredon, Bredon's Norton, Bredon's Hardwick, Bricklehampton, Broadway, Charlton, Childswickham, Conderton, Cropthorne, Eckington, Elmley Castle, Grafton, Hinton on the Green, Kemerton, Kersoe, Kinsham, Netherton, Overbury, Sedgeberrow, Westmancote.
The School Website can be found at www.bredon.worcs.sch.uk
In the Words of the Head Teacher
"Bredon Hill Academy has always recognised the importance of close links between the school, the children and their parents. We involve parents fully throughout the three years in order to that they can effectively support their children in reaching their individual goals. Our reputation for achievement in all aspects of school life is based upon co-operation between teams of committed staff and governor, our well behaved, motivated pupils, and their parents, who are interested, caring and supportive of all we do".
The Aims of the School
The learning community of Bredon Hill Academyl shares a commitment to supporting the needs of our pupils. We wish to include every individual regardless of age, gender, ability or creed. We hold in our hearts the belief that everyone has the potential to improve in personal and academic terms and that we all have a contribution to make to the wider community. With this purpose in mind the school seeks to promote:
- Self-belief and a sense of personal worth.
- Self-reflection and pursuit of personal excellence.
- An enjoyment and enthusiasm for learning within a secure and safe environment.
- A respect for others and the surrounding environment.
- A growing awareness of the community and society at large.
- Personal development through the delivery of a rich and varied curriculum which creates opportunities for academic, social, physical and spiritual awareness.
As a team we will provide a stimulating, friendly, supportive and secure environment where a clear sense of self-responsibility, community membership and positive moral values are promoted. Our aim is to encourage staff, parents and governors a like, to become active partners in releasing the talents of our pupils.