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 »

Why choose Red House?

girl with her hand in the air sat at a classroom desk

Independent v State Schooling Choosing the right school for your child is an important decision and not one to be made lightly.  There are great opportunities and life experiences offered by both state and independent schooling and the best schools from both sectors are providing an outstanding education to their pupils.  However, the truth isRead More »

We are a Microsoft School!

We are delighted to announce that Red House has been successful in its application to become a Microsoft School.  Microsoft launched the programme to develop a global community of schools engaged in digital transformation to improve learning outcomes.  We are committed to the continued integration of technology into lessons to ensure we have innovative learningRead More »

Potential Olympians chosen for national scheme

Some of our talented athletes have been chosen to participate in the Talented Athlete Sponsorship Scheme (TASS) in partnership with Teesside University, having been identified as showing potential in Olympic sports. Over the next year, 10 pupils from Years 8 to 11, who are eligible to represent England and perform at the top of the SportRead More »

Welcome to Red House School

Mr Ken James

Welcome to Red House, a truly unique independent school at the heart of the village of Norton. I am delighted that you are interested in our wonderful school and hope our website gives you a glimpse into life at Red House. Red House was established in 1929 by a group of parents to provide theRead More »

Year 11 pupils are celebrating after receiving outstanding GCSE results.

Year 11 pupils are celebrating after receiving outstanding GCSE results. Staff and students revelling in the academic success of 100% pass rate with 92% A* – C, were also keen to emphasise while grades are important, it is the extra-curricular activities and wider opportunities provided over the years, which will set pupils apart from their peersRead More »