Nestled in the Vale of Evesham and on the threshold of the scenic Cotswolds sits the picturesque village of Bretforton. Once part of the farmland of Evesham Abbey, Bretforton has a history of market gardening and is still today the largest farming village around Evesham.

​The village prides itself on being home to the Bretforton Silver Band, the only village band left in Worcestershire, tracing its roots back to 1895;  and to the award-winning Fleece Inn, owned by the National Trust, and host to the renowned annual asparagus auctions.

​Bretforton is sprinkled with a range of pretty, historical buildings including a Jacobean Manor House, a Gothic Hall, a grange, timbered pubs (only one now still in use), St Leonard’s Church dating from the 13th century, and a number of dovecotes.

A thriving village community supports the school through its wealth of established local business links and talented residents contributing to music tuition, theatre in education, fundraising, educational activities and social events. Please follow this link to find out more.