Sal’s Shoes, Uniform Shop, LAMDA & Clubs

Two pupils wearing the new sample sports kit for Red House School

Dear Parents We’ve made it!  What a wonderful year it has been and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed celebrating the successes of the children this week.  It was lovely to see so many of you at the various end of year functions and thank you for your kind comments to me and colleagues. Sal’s Shoes – NurseryRead More »

PTA Fete, Wynyard Residents’ Fayre, Oliver! & Norton Hockey Club

people gathering at the summer fete

Dear Parents You may have seen the new music stand covers on Facebook.  These have been kindly donated by the PTA, a group of busy parents who freely give of their time to enhance our community.  I continue to be grateful for their energy and enthusiasm and I hope you can all support their endeavoursRead More »

PTA Ball, Fees, School Calendar, Sports Uniform, Bags2School & Oliver! Tickets

Two pupils wearing the new sample sports kit for Red House School

Dear Parents I thoroughly enjoyed the Ball on Friday: a lovely venue, excellent company and surprising entertainment!  Thank you to Lesley and the PTA for their efforts.  These events simply wouldn’t happen without a good deal of hard work from our volunteers; it’s very much appreciated!   Fees Attached is a letter from our ChairRead More »

Feature: Children Should Eat Dirt!

Ken James Headmaster at Red House School

I often say children should eat dirt. I often get rather strange looks when saying this too. Whilst some might expect these controversial words to have come from the mouth of the formidable headmistress in Matilda, Miss Trunchbull, they seem a little surprised that the words are emanating from a pupil-centric headmaster of a respectedRead More »

Year 11 and Oliver!

group photograph of the Year 11 leaver 2017

Dear Parents How quickly time seems to be passing by at the moment – I’m sure this is a good sign!  Tonight is the PTA Ball and I very much look forward to seeing many of you there.  I’m sure it will be a lovely gathering of our community and I promise to limit myRead More »