- Junior School (3-11 years)
- Senior School
- Sixth Form
- Art at Redland High
- Drama at Redland High
- Music at Redland High
- Science at Redland High
- Sport at Redland High
- BBC News School Report
- Join Us
- International Students
- Policies, Governors & Staff
- Old Girls
- Friends of Redland High
- Redland Rascals Holiday Club
- Support Redland High
- Cookies Policy
Variety is the spice of life!
By giving girls the opportunity to dip into lots of different activities and clubs we allow them to find where their strengths lie. Not only do most of our pupils join in some of the extra-curricular pursuits on offer, but they do so with enthusiasm and commitment. Learning how to organise their time so that there is still time for their homework is a valuable life-skill which is learnt along the way!
Thanks to talented members of staff who are willing to share their expertise and interests, Redland High has multifarious weekly activities that take place at lunchtime or after school. The programme of activities changes depending upon resource availability and the time of year but includes activities to keep fit, compete in competitions, enhance education, develop life skills and all whilst having fun!
As well as the weekly extra-curricular activities, every girl is given the opportunity to take part in Young Enterprise and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
Regular opportunities to experience different cultures worldwide are also available with organisers such as World Challenge (recently in Costa Rica) and through trips organised by Redland High staff such as Peru.
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.
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.
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.
Redland High is one of 23 schools which competed in the Avon Schools League this year. In the Junior School competition, we finished in second place of the 11 competing schools and in the Senior School competition we finished in third place of the 15 competing schools. Both results mark impressive achievement and underline the girls' athleticism, map reading skills and competitiveness.
Head of Classics, Ms Knights stood out amongst the gaggle of teenage girls camping out to get One Direction tickets pitching a tent for 16 hours in Cardiff.
The Bristol Youth Select Committee has 28 members and is made up of young people across the city from a variety of backgrounds. The elections take place every two years and any young person attending a school in Bristol aged between 14 and 18 can stand.
With six meets already completed Redland High Junior and Senior School Orienteering Teams are once again doing fantastically well in the leagues and individually.