Saturday 2 January

Ken James Headmaster at Red House School

Dear Parents, A very happy new year to you.  I think we were all glad to say goodbye to 2020 and I am sure we will make the most of 2021. As promised, attached is information from Ms Roberts about remote learning for Years 7-11; please can I ask you to share the timetable withRead More »

Wednesday 30 December

Ken James Headmaster at Red House School

Dear Parents, I hope you have had a wonderful Christmas with the children.  It remains a bizarre time in all our lives but, hopefully, the festivities allowed you all to focus on what really matters at the moment. I am sure many of you have been waiting for the guidance from the government with respect toRead More »

Wednesday 23 December

Ken James Headmaster at Red House School

Dear Parents, My final email before Christmas, I promise. My previous email confirmed that Years 7-10 will be taught remotely for the first week of the spring term, with all other year groups returning to school. However, there is much discussion in the press about another lockdown and whether this will impact on all pupils.Read More »

Friday 18 December

Ken James Headmaster at Red House School

Dear Parents, I was not expecting to be in touch so soon after the end of term but we have been thrown a curve ball by the government in the dying moments of the Autumn Term. Many of you may have read that testing in schools is going to be implemented in January.  Very littleRead More »

The Festivities Today, Yearbook,  Summer Exams, Catering, COVID Reporting, First Day of Term, New Colleagues & My first term at Red House School by Dr Ashcroft 

Dear Parents, You may recall I described the Summer Term as the hardest term of my teaching career.  I have to admit, this term has been rather challenging too but I have been astounded by the efforts of my colleagues to ensure the children remain safe and continue to enjoy a first class education.  ItRead More »

Reindeer Run for Teesside Hospice (Years 3-11), Stockton Council’s Christmas Tree Trail, Indoor trainers, ‘Cash for Kids’ and Christmas Hampers for the Food Bank, Junior School Tea Towels & Holiday Club and Sports Camp

Dear Parents Across both sites, we are in ‘full-on’ planning mode, preparing for the imminent Christmas festivities. On the last day of term, the pupils will be enjoying a Christmas-inspired assembly, quizzes, dingbats, snowball dodgeball, a Christmas sing-a-thon with hot chocolate, a chocolate tombola, Christmas mindfulness crafting and a Christmas party, with pizzas from Dominos.Read More »

BBC Children in Need – update, Christmas Jumper Day, Christmas hamper collections for the foodbank, Year 11 Prom – save the date, Holiday Club and Sports Camp & Injectable Flu Vaccine alternative

Dear Parents This week is National Anti-Bullying Week and the theme for 2020 is ‘United against Bullying’, which saw children across both sites involved in a number of different activities. The Year 6 wore odd socks to school to mark the occasion, whilst the Year 5s discussed what it means to be a ‘bucket filler’Read More »