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Redland High School for Girls
Sport at Redland High
From Foundation Stage aged 3 to Sixth Formers aged 18, Physical Education and Sport are an important feature at Redland High.
Valued from an early age it is not just for those who go on to represent the School and County Teams but also helps to develop the importance of exercise for the body and mind in all students.
Our experienced qualified coaches and staff develop transferable skills such as teamwork, determination and perseverance throughout the age ranges.
Whichever sport is favoured (see the range at Redland High Juniors and Seniors below) we provide the opportunity, support and caring environment for success.
With our specialist equipment aimed at developing girls from an early age, the students have on site and off site facilities that provide every opportunity to excel or to discover their favoured sport and achieve their full potential.
Our dedicated Sports Centre at Golden Hill houses all-weather surfaces, rounders pitches, an athletics track, two full size football pitches, two smaller football pitches, great changing facilities and a teaching room. Golden Hill's is just a five minute drive of the main School meaning time is spent taking part rather than on a bus! Click here to see just how close it is!
Sports opportunities available at Redland High include:
Junior School - Athletics, Ballet, Cheerleading, Dance, Fundamental Movement Skills, Gymnastics, Hockey, Judo, Netball, Orienteering, Rounders, Swimming and Tennis
Senior School - Aerobics, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Climbing, Crazy Catch, Dance, Football, Gymnastics, Hockey, Lacrosse, Netball, Orienteering, Pilates, Rounders, Swimming, Tag Rugby, Tennis, Volleyball and Yoga.
Latest News - Sport at Redland High
Both Junior and Senior School orienteering teams finished the Autumn Term as league leaders holding off main rivals, Wells Cathedral, BGS and Kingswood Prep
Redland High's climbing teams attended the first round of the Southwest schools' bouldering league recently and are both placed second overall so there is everything to climb for!
Congratulations to our Years 8 and 9 netball players who took part in the netball tour to Shrewsbury. The Year 8 team were runners-up in the tournament and we are delighted to report the Year 9 team won the Girls' Schools' Association Masterclass Tournament. Well done girls!
23 Year 5 girls from Redland High and 36 Year 5 boys form QEH spent the day at Mendip Outdoor Pursuits learning the basics of orienteering. After being rather wary...
Karina Tyma, Year 8, has returned from recently from the Polish Squash Team National Championships. Her team, Malaka Squash Ladies, was victorious. Karina played as string No 3 and thanks to her wins the team won the Championships. She beat Paulina Krzywicka 3 : 1 (number 3 in women's rankings in Poland) in the final and that was a crucial point for her team as her team mate Magda Kaminska beat the Polish Champion 2013 Dominika Witkowska.
Early Years had a fabulous Sport's day. We were very lucky and the rain held off so all the girls had the chance to take part in lots of different activities. They jumped over hurdles, threw bean bags into nets, skilfully moved a ball between cones and practiced balancing and carrying containers carefully.
The annual Schools' Orienteering Relays took place at Blaise Castle recently. Despite the rather damp weather, we had some fantastic results in the races, followed by a wonderful group picnic, attended by parents and friends as well as the RHOKers themselves.