Royal Wedding, Bags2School,Year 4, Summer Fete & Uniform

Children at Red House School celebrate the Royal Wedding by dressing up as Princess Megan and Prince Harry, whilst other pupils throw wedding confetti in the air .

Dear Parents,   What a lovely day it’s been for our own Royal Wedding!  The children were suitably attired – thank you – and the wedding went off without a hitch; I do hope that’s a sign of things to come!   Bag2School You will have received a bag which you can fill with unwantedRead More »

Year 11, PTA Summer Fete & Open Morning

pupil running on an inflatable at the summer garden fete

Dear Parents, Today we said goodbye to Year 11.  Their departure was very emotional with some of them celebrating 13 years at Red House.  Despite the trials and tribulations of the last few years, they stayed loyal to Red House and have thoroughly enjoyed their time here.  We started the day with a special assemblyRead More »

Letters, Norton Village Fayre, Open Morning & PTA Ball

four parents gathered at the PTA Ball at Wynyard Hall Hotel

Dear Parents, It’s been a busy week once again.  Pupils in Year 10 have made an impressive start to their examinations and I have been heartened to see so many other pupils readying themselves for their examinations.  We continually talk of the need to strike a balance too and I was delighted to watch YearRead More »

Easter, PTA, Sports Relief & Uniform

six pupils with bunny ears on their heads stood togther in a line in the Nursery and Infant School playground at Red House School

Dear Parents,   It’s been a lovely end to the term with chocolate in abundance.  However, it has also been a time to reflect with the children upon the religious values of forgiveness and renewal. I commented on the lovely Year 3 service last week and it would be remiss of me not to mentionRead More »

World Book Day, Readathon, Speech Drama Lessons, Uniform Shop and Joseph

Three children at the Nursery & Infant school are dressed up in costumes for World Book Day

Dear Parents, Some of the children might have mentioned that I’ve been missing in action this week.  No, I’ve not had a midterm break:  I’ve been in London training to be a school inspector.  Independent school inspections are undertaken by serving (or recently retired) school leaders and the course has given me a great insightRead More »