Year 10 Summer Examinations,  Years 7-11 Summer Examinations, ‘Be Inspired’ Easter Challenge Games and Physical Education in the Summer Term, COVID-19 Home Testing: Years 7-11,  Wellbeing and Mindfulness Initiatives Next Term, Parent-Teacher Meetings: Reception-Year 5 & School Uniform

Dear Parents, Red House has been a hive of creativity and innovation this week, with pupils in the Junior School crafting the most amazing and imaginative eggs for their Easter egg competitions. There was even a sighting of the Easter bunny! The pupils in the Senior School enjoyed watching an assembly, delivered via Teams, aboutRead More »

COVID-19 Home Testing: Years 7-11, Public Health England and DFE guidance, Tips for a Better Night’s Sleep, Wellbeing Newsletter, Summer Examinations and Assessments, Easter Events & Parking Outside the Junior School     

Dear Parents, It has been another very busy week at Red House and it has been lovely to see so many pupils really enjoying their return to school and their face-to-face lessons. Yesterday, we marked Global Recycling Day and the pupils in the Senior School participated in a quiz and enjoyed an assembly on theRead More »

Pupils’ Return to School, Pupil COVID testing, World Book Day, Red Nose Day 2021, Red House Has Got Talent update, Women’s History Month, Holiday Club and Sports Camp – Easter, School buses & Parent-Teacher Meetings this Term   

Dear Parents,   Only three more sleeps to go! We are all very excited and looking forward to welcoming the children back into school on Monday. They have worked incredibly hard over the past few weeks and really adapted to remote learning. After being off school for so long, it is only natural that manyRead More »

Pupils’ Return to School, Year 11 GCSE Grades, World Book Day, International Stand up to Bullying Day, PTA Meeting, Holiday Club and Sports Camp – Easter & Parent-Teacher Meetings this Term

Dear Parents, I hope you all had a wonderful half term break and enjoyed some of the lovely sunshine that we experienced in the second half of the week. With the beautiful flowers starting to bloom out of bud, it is really starting to feel like Spring is finally upon us. I hope the childrenRead More »

Red House Has Got Talent 2021, Safer Internet Day 2021, The ‘30 Ways to Thrive’ Half Term Challenge, LGBT History Month, International Women and Girls in Science Day 2021 & Year 8 Parent-Teacher Meetings

Dear Parents, We are extremely proud of the way our pupils have responded to lockdown and their online learning over the past few weeks. Through daily form time, weekly Teams Talks, individual calls to pupils, form assemblies via Teams and online lessons, our pupils have risen to the many challenges and remained connected to ourRead More »

Children’s Mental Health Week 2021, Online Learning – Pupil Surveys, ‘Live’ lessons and cameras, Red House Has Got Talent, Parent contact details & Holiday Club and Sports Camp 

Dear Parents, This week we have been busy focusing on ways to improve our wellbeing and positive mental health. Yesterday was Time to Talk Day and the pupils were encouraged to reach out and connect (remotely) with friends and family. In the coming week, we will be celebrating LGBT History Month, with a tutor-led assemblyRead More »

Wellbeing & Mindfulness, Weekly ‘Teams Talk’, Holiday Club & Sports Camp, Omegle App alert for parents & Year 11 GCSE Examination Consultation

Red House Senior School pupils sit around tables making Christmas crafts.

Dear Parents, It has been a very interesting week in the news. I particularly enjoyed listening on the radio to the inauguration of the 46th President, Joe Biden, on my commute back to Harrogate on Wednesday evening. I was especially inspired by the words of youth laureate poet, Amanda Gorman: ‘there is always light if weRead More »

Online Learning Survey, Internet Safety & COVID Testing

Ken James Headmaster at Red House School

Dear Parents, I hope you are well and surviving home schooling.  I know many of you are having to balance working from home with supporting the children and we are grateful for your help.  Please do not let ‘working parent guilt’ set in: there is only so much you can do and, in these challenging circumstances, yourRead More »