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Home » Sport at Redland High
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
'Swim like a fish' was printed on their T-shirts and this is exactly what the Junior School Elite Swim Squad did! On Saturday 12 May 5 girls from the Junior School namely Kate Shortman, Alexandra Morris, May Bingham, Francesca Gilpin and Claudia Spice swam to success and victory in the Bristol Schools Annual Swimming Gala Final.
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...
What a fantastic and rewarding experience for everyone involved. Mrs McLaughlin was so proud of the girls' achievements and how far their skills, knowledge of the rules and tactical play improved throughout the festival.
Girls from Redland High's Junior School Swimming Squad were invited to open the Clifton Rotary Swimarathon. They were not only the first in the water but also made a massive impression with the amount of lengths they swam for this fund raising charitable event.
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.
The HMC Independent Schools and IAPS Judo Tournament for Girls was held at the High Wycombe Judo Centre in Bukinghamshire. Three girls from Redland High's Junior School took part with great success - Isabella Cooper Year 3, Maisy Longbottom Year 3 and Anja Babic Year 6.
With six meets already completed Redland High Junior and Senior School Orienteering Teams are once again doing fantastically well in the leagues and individually.
Despite a welcome pause in the torrential weather, the event in the Avon Schools Orienteering competition was an extremely damp affair through the woods in the Forest of Dean. Competitors and their families are to be congratulated for merely arriving safe and sound: many approach roads were flooded and the car park entrance increasingly resembled a quagmire as the day progressed.