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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
Maple House's Charity Day dressing - up theme was anything beginning with the letter M. There were quite a few mice to be seen in assembly on Friday, a monkey or two and even a fantastic four-legged moose.
As always the standard of entries was high, making the task of judging very difficult. The overall winner was a photograph of an inquisitive mouse - they are often very hard to capture as they rarely stay still but this shows incredible detail of the soft fur and whiskers. A worthy winner of the Bristol Zoo animal adoption prize. Well done to Jess Portch in Year 10.
Art students at Redland High School are celebrating after the School was awarded the Schools' Prize at the annual Senior Schools' Art Exhibition, held at Bristol Cathedral. The award...
The Spanish Department organised a Tapas and Quiz night with QEH that a group of Year 11, 12 and 13 students thoroughly enjoyed. They not only have the chance...
Students in Rowan House have held various fund-raising activities in aid of the charity Médicins sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders). MSF is a charity which aims to provide medical aid wherever there is the greatest need.
Just before half term, five Year 8 pupils went to Hampton School in London for the 'Future Problem Solving' National finals. The girls were up against 14 other teams...
Congratulations to the girls in Chamber Orchestra who played at the Civic lunch of the Aldersgate Ward Club in the Guildhall, City of London. The girls represented Redland High with aplomb at this prestigious event and have received many compliments on their musicianship from the distinguished guests.