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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.
Latest News - Senior School
Redland High recently participated in the final round of the Southwest schools bouldering league. It was a fun final event and the standard of climbing reached the highest it's been yet!
Following the Exhibition held by the Art Department on "The History of the Illustrated Book", the students and staff voted for their favourite picture book.
On Thursday 20th March, nearly 100 musicians from across the school gathered at St. Albans church ready for the annual Spring Concert. The evening showcased the talents of each...
From the BBC School Report Team: As anyone on social media will know this week a worldwide phenomenon has stormed across the internet. Women are posting 'no makeup selfies' in their thousands. This craze sees women posting pictures of themselves wearing no makeup and texting a donation to a leading cancer charity followed by nominations for their friends to do the same. This has raised a staggering 8 million pounds in just 6 days. However, here at Redland High, we have all been inspired by one of our very own teachers who went one step further than the no-makeup-selfie for a cancer charity.
For the second year running, Redland High School will be supporting the global Earth hour. To take part the school will turn out all lights from 8:30 until 9:30am, meaning we will have our morning assembly in the dark! The global Earth hour is officially on the 29 March, but since this is a Saturday Redland High will mark the event on the previous Friday.
On Friday 14th March, musicians from Redland and QEH travelled to the Royal Albert Hall to watch the Mountbatten Festival of Music 2014, presented by The Massed Bands of Her Majesty's Royal Marines.
Redland High achieved 3 Gold, 11 Silver and 17 Bronze certificates in this year's UKMT Intermediate Mathematics Challenge.