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Peter Pan - 5 to 7 December at 7.30 pm with a Saturday Matinee at 2pm. Sustainable Craft Club Beading Workshop - Tuesday 10th December Out of the Blue and Redland High perform at the Colston Hall Tuesday 10 December Christmas Fayre Friday 13th December 2013 at 3.30pm in the Senior School Hall Entrance and Scholarship Examinations - Saturday 18 January for entry to Year 7 and Year 9
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 Wednesday 6 November?
A big well done to all the girls who entered the poetry competition this year, based around the theme of water. The standard of the entries was exceptional and choosing the winners was very difficult.
Year 9 and 10 were treated to an Engineering Construction workshop run by The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board. The road show used a mixture of information, screen clips, activities and role plays to explain the different kinds of engineers and the skill sets required for different roles. The girls discovered how engineers and engineering are crucial to many aspects of our lives.
A Level History students attended a lecture at the Wills Memorial Building by the famous Historian, Professor Ronald Hutton of Bristol University. The subject was the life of Elizabeth I, with a focus on her personality and how it affected her reign and court.
SORRY - SOLD OUT This year's school play: Peter Pan. The performance will take place on 5 to 7 December at 7.30 pm with a Saturday Matinee at 2pm. More »
As seen on 'Britain's Got Talent', Edinburgh Fringe and the BBC's The One Show Tuesday 10 December at the Colston Hall More »
If you like giving homemade gifts at Christmas and want to learn a new skill, now is your opportunity! Tuesday 10th December in GL, from 4.15pm to 6pm More »
Friday 13th December 2013 from 3.30pm to 5.30pm in the Senior School Hall More »