TFM’s Mission Christmas Appeal

Last Friday Courage the Cat and Tom visited the Nursery and Infant School to entertain the children and tell them about this year’s Mission Christmas appeal. The School has supported this charity for many years’ providing presents for children and teenagers who might not otherwise receive anything.  As part of the visit children were asked ‘whatRead More »

Swimming Champions

A team of pupils represented Red House at the Independent Schools Association (ISA) North swimming gala at the Liverpool Aquatics Centre last weekend. The team who train at various clubs out of School had a tremendous day with wins for Rebecca in the U16 breast stroke, Ethan in the U13 freestyle, Josh in the U14Read More »

Our School Site

Signs have been erected on the field Red House has purchased, in order to relocate the School to Wynyard.  One is on the A689 facing the Wynyard Park roundabout the other on Wellington Drive next to the golf course. The signs do not in themselves indicate that the School is about to move only thatRead More »

Department for Education

There has once again been a fair amount of concern and media attention around cyberbullying.  In response to this the Department for Education has published a document for parents that I am sure you will find useful in helping protect and support your children. A copy of this has been placed on the School websiteRead More »

Parental and Pupil Surveys

Thank you to all those parents who responded to the parental survey circulated earlier this term.  The result of the survey is important in helping me, my colleagues and School Council refine and develop the School Improvement Plan. The authors of the report that accompanied the survey noted that ‘Parent/carer satisfaction with the school isRead More »

Children in Need

Last Friday saw the Nursery and Infant School full of famous people and superheroes as the children, and staff, came to School in fancy dress in support of Children in Need. Cakes were brought in by Pupil Council members and classes battled it out, X Factor style, in front of a panel of judges. OverRead More »

Years 5 & 6 London Adventure

Over half-term many children from Years 5 and 6 joined the residential trip to London. This was the first time Red House School has run such a trip and for many of the children it was their first time away from home on their own. Over three days there was an extraordinarily busy programme withRead More »

Remembrance Day

As we are all aware this year is the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.  To mark this important milestone, and to keep faith with those that made the ultimate sacrifice in order that we have the freedoms we enjoy today, the School will be participating in a number of events.Read More »

Overwhelming Response – Harvest Festival

To Autumn, the poem by John Keats describes this time of year as a ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’. This seems very apt, as the days draw in, with both the Nursery and Infant School and the Prep and Senior School holding their Harvest Festival services at St Mary’s Church. Thank you to allRead More »

Leading the way in ICT

The Early Years department hosted the Stockton Borough Council Outstanding Forum last week. Nursery and Reception teachers representing 14 local Nurseries, along with representatives of Stockton Borough Council, were given a tour of our facilities followed by a talk by Mr McKay on how Red House is leading the way in the use of ICT forRead More »