We are celebrating the tremendous success of our Year 11 with 100% of pupils gaining 5 or more A* to C grades.

53% of the GCSE exams taken were A or A* grade, with a quarter of pupils achieving the highest grade of A*.

I am absolutely delighted that the hard work and perseverance of pupils and staff has led to another superb set of results for Red House School. All the pupils can be justly proud of what they have achieved and I congratulate them all on their results.

We have further built upon our academic success across the board, which can be attributed to the first class teaching standards. Subjects, such as the sciences and maths, that are traditionally seen as difficult are brought to life within Red House and our pupils have once again excelled in these areas.

Six pupils did exceptionally well and gained A* and A grades in all their GCSE’s. Emily Stewart gained A* in all of her 11 GCSE’s.

It was lovely to hear the thoughts of pupils immediately after they opened their results envelopes


“I feel so relieved and very proud. I honestly can’t believe I got A* in every single subject. All the hard work has paid off and I’m so grateful to all the teachers at Red House, I can’t thank them enough.”


“I’m still in shock! It’s just a relief to get the results I am delighted that I have done so well.”


“I had a sleepless night last night and I’m pleased to finally get my results. I can’t put into words how I feel other than very happy and shocked that I have done so well.”

The aim of Red House School is to bring out the best in everyone. We do this by recognising and developing individual talents and by nurturing pupils’ respect for themselves and each other. These results are a tribute to all the effort put in by the pupils and staff and very well done to all involved.

We have maintained an envied reputation for pastoral care and academic excellence, with a friendly, structured environment enjoyed by its pupils. Within its caring environment, where staff and pupils can excel, Red House offers a genuine sense of community.

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