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Redland High School for Girls
Every girl who comes to Redland High 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.
Redland High is an optimum size: small enough for each girl to be known well but large enough to offer a very wide range of subjects and experience, whether academic, sporting, artistic or musical. Our curriculum is well balanced and we aim to create a thirst for learning through specialist teaching by highly qualified staff. Each girl is guided to strive for excellence in all aspects of her life and to achieve the highest public examination results of which she is capable.
We produce articulate and confident girls who are proud of their school and are well equipped for the challenges that life holds. Please visit, meet the girls, the staff and see for yourself what Redland High could offer your daughter.
I look forward to meeting you.
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Latest News - Senior School
While a group of Redland High students were in India they went to the Pilgrims' Mission, an orphanage in Varanasi, to deliver the dresses and gifts provided by the School and friends for our 'Dress a Girl' initiative and have received feedback and photos of how they were used.
Year 8 had an excellent day out at Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Abbey as part of their history curriculum. Having studied the Dissolution of the Monasteries in class they were able to see the actual physical results of Henry VIII's policies regarding the Catholic Church.
Things were hotting up in the kitchen at Redland High as girls from the school challenged QEH in the final of the inter-school Masterchef competition. The finalists competed in a live cook-off judged by David Brown, owner of restaurant Brace and Brown, Christian Abbott, Head Chef at Brace and Brown and Tracey Naish, Bristol based freelance writer and food critic.
Year 11 student, Anastasia Laurie composed a music piece that was performed by the Brodowski Quartet at the Greenwich String Festival. The piece was discussed with the audience and then followed a wonderful performance that was recorded for her to use as her A2 composition submission.
The Easter break saw many trips organised by the School including a ten day visit to India during which students took the dresses made during the 'Dress a Girl Around the World' initiative to an orphanage in Varanasi.
Musicians from Redland High have once again achieved success at two local Festivals of Music, Speech and Drama with many achieving incredibly high marks indeed. Anna Cazalet not only won the class she entered but was also awarded the prize of 'Most Promising Musician' which is an superb accolade.
Redland High's Karina Tyma was selected to represent England in a prestigious five Nations Championship for Squash and Racketball. The tournament took place in Le Mons, France and the teams...
Redland High were honoured to have a visit from Mrs Mary Prior MBE JP who is Lord Lieutenant of the County and City of Bristol and she spoke to the School about her role. She gave a fascinating talk including the history of the position dating back to the reign of Henry VIII and the many events she attends to represent the Queen. The Diamond Jubilee and Royal Wedding were also highlights of her talk.