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Redland High School for Girls
Every girl who comes to Redland High School in Bristol is respected as an individual and is encouraged to develop to her full potential.
The opportunities she will have here are many and varied, so that she can discover her talents and her strengths, and develop good relationships with others, all within a secure environment with excellent pastoral care.
Browse our web site to see what life at Redland High is like or contact the Admissions Secretary on 0117 924 5796 to arrange to meet Caroline Bateson, Redland High Headmistress, or Joe Eyles, Junior School Headteacher, and tour the School.
"Pupils' achievement is supported by their excellent attitudes to learning, their exemplary behaviour, their enthusiasm
and the very positive relationships they enjoy with staff and amongst themselves."
Click to download ISI Inspection Report 2011(pdf)
Please take a look at our video, which we hope will
give you a taste of why so many girls thrive here at Redland High School.
We'd love to meet you in person too so why not come along to our next Visiting
Morning on Thursday 4th July
The annual Schools' Orienteering Relays took place at Blaise Castle recently. Despite the rather damp weather, we had some fantastic results in the races, followed by a wonderful group picnic, attended by parents and friends as well as the RHOKers themselves.
The fantastic Onatti theatre group performed another brilliant French play for Years 5,6 and 7. The play was called "Ecris-moi" (write to me) and is about a French girl (Renée) who is asked by her teacher to exchange emails with an English pen pal (Tony). Renée thinks that Tony is a girl and Tony is also convinced that his new pen pal is a boy. When Tony is invited to France for the weekend, all the excitement soon turns into a succession of awkward, embarrassing and funny situations.
Redland High recently held the Drama examination performances. As always, these were invigorating and exciting evenings and the the girls performed to a large and responsive audience which always helps.
Many congratulations to Andrew Dilnot who has received a Knighthood for services to economics and economic policy in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Mr Dilnot who is married to former pupil Catherine (née Morrish) is pictured here when he gave the keynote speech and presented the prizes at Redland High's 2011 Prize Giving Ceremony, held in Bristol University's Wills Memorial Hall.
Friday 28 June 2013 will see the students gathering in the beautiful setting of Bristol Cathedral for the annual service of commemoration. All are welcome to join us at this celebration. More »
Wednesday 3 July from 2pm - Come and join us to celebrate the School year including music, sport, drama and the famous Redland High Fashion Show. More »