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Redland High School for Girls
We are always delighted to welcome Old Girls of all eras back to Redland High and frequently receive visits from those who would like to catch up with former members of staff, to tell us their latest news or who would just like a trip down memory lane !
Old girls are very welcome to attend many of the events at School and if there are any forthcoming events that you would like to come to, do get in touch.
Many of our Old Girls are spread across the globe but we still like to keep in contact. If you have not heard anything from Redland High in recent years but would like to do so, please get in touch either by emailing Linda Spencer-Small, by updating your details via the website or by telephoning 0117 916 6711.
If you would like to visit the School during term-time, contact the Development Office and we will try to arrange a mutually convenient time.
There is also an area on Facebook where you can make contact with former Redlandites.
Click here to see what some of our former pupils are up to: Life After RHS
Latest News - Old Girls
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...
Congratulations to Siobhan Diffin who appeared at the Royal Opera House in this year's Oliver Awards when she sang with the second year Musical Theatre ArtsEd choir and Michael Ball.
Former pupil Kirsten Jenson has combined forces with former piano and part time Classics teacher, Clare Wilding, to present a charity concert in aid of Care for Casualties.
The Appeal Committee, in conjunction with the Old Girls recently organised a talk about the 'History of the Floating Harbour'.
To celebrate International Women's Day Dame Elisabeth Hoodless DBE and a member of the Old Girls' Guild was invited by the Junior School Council to spend the afternoon at Redland High. In 2004 Dame Elisabeth was named Commander of the Order of the British Empire and made a Dame in recognition of her work as the Executive Director of Community Service Volunteers, the UK's leading volunteering and training charity.
Many thanks to all of you who filled the Senior School Hall for the Friends of Redland High's annual Quiz & Curry night. Our Quiz Master, Mrs Bateson no less, kept the teams in order as they answered nine rounds of taxing questions on subjects ranging from 'First and Last Lines' to 'Doctor, Doctor'.
For those of you who remember Bridget Icke, you may be interested to hear that there is an exhibition of her art taking place at Bristol Guild from Monday 25 February - Saturday 16 March inclusive. For those of you with Satnavs the Guild Gallery is on Park Street, BS1 5JY. The exhibition is open from 10am - 5pm Monday to Saturday.