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Visiting Morning - Friday 14 March 9.30 - 11.30am Spring Concert - St Albans Church on Thursday 20th March Learn to play Bridge day - Saturday 22 March Tuesday 25 March 09.30 -11.00 - Join Us for Year 1 and 2 Spring Craft Morning Wednesday 26 March 09.30 -11.00 - Foundation and Early Years Spring Craft Open Morning
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)
Which Nobel prize winner's sister went to Redland High? Around 100 of you enjoyed racking your brains over this and other brainteasers set by the Senior School Department Heads for the Friends of Redland High Quiz and Curry night.
As always the standard of entries was high, making the task of judging very difficult. The overall winner was a photograph of an inquisitive mouse - they are often very hard to capture as they rarely stay still but this shows incredible detail of the soft fur and whiskers. A worthy winner of the Bristol Zoo animal adoption prize. Well done to Jess Portch in Year 10.
Geography students at Redland High School were celebrating last night as they picked up two prizes at the Sixth Form Geography Decision Making Competition at Bristol University.
Come and see the School on a normal school day anytime from 9.30 - 11.30am More »
St Albans Church on Thursday 20th March. Tickets are available from the school office. More »
An opportunity to learn Bridge, taught by National Bridge Champion, Cathy Kitcatt. Full day including refreshments. More »
Tuesday 25 March 9.30 -11.00. Experience working in Year 1 and 2 whilst having great fun making Spring Craft items More »