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Junior School (3-11 years)
Originally homes, the buildings that make up Redland High Junior School provide large, bright rooms for teaching and also feel cosy and comfortable which helps our new girls to quickly feel at ease with their surroundings.
Small class sizes allow girls to communicate well with each other and with their teachers. This enables us to support each child.
I look forward to meeting you.
Joe Eyles, Head Teacher
Latest News - Junior School (3-11 years)
Redland High's Scarlett Carter (Year 5) has recently fought off tough competition to secure a part in popular Cbeebies show, Grandpa in my Pocket. Scarlett Carter was chosen to play Jessica in the show after a tough audition process which saw over 1000 children apply.
A very keen and passionate group of Year 4 girls presented a wonderful assembly to the about looking after animals. This linked wonderfully with the Junior School Assembly theme of Caring for Animals.
'Swim like a fish' was printed on their T-shirts and this is exactly what the Junior School Elite Swim Squad did! On Saturday 12 May 5 girls from the Junior School namely Kate Shortman, Alexandra Morris, May Bingham, Francesca Gilpin and Claudia Spice swam to success and victory in the Bristol Schools Annual Swimming Gala Final.
Year 1 are learning all about seasides this term so they went on a visit to Bristol Blue Reef Aquarium. They had great fun in a workshop where their guide Steph taught them about sharks, crabs and starfish. They were then able to feed peas to the turtles
The Junior School invited Dr Tim Chambers, OBE, JP and the Chair of Governors at Redland High, to take part in a School assembly and talk to them about an inspiring woman of his choice as part of their project on 'Determined Women'.
Year 1 are corresponding with children in a school in the Rhone area of France, South of Lyon. by email. They are writing and attaching photographs telling each other about their schools, classes and various activities and lessons they each have.
What a fantastic and rewarding experience for everyone involved. Mrs McLaughlin was so proud of the girls' achievements and how far their skills, knowledge of the rules and tactical play improved throughout the festival.
Girls from Redland High's Junior School Swimming Squad were invited to open the Clifton Rotary Swimarathon. They were not only the first in the water but also made a massive impression with the amount of lengths they swam for this fund raising charitable event.