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 »

TeachMeet – Thursday 19th May 2016

Red House School are delighted to be holding a TeachMeet for teachers in the North East on Thursday 19th May 2016 5.00 pm – 7.30 pm. The event is an organised, but informal, meeting open to anyone involved in education from governors, secondary and primary teachers, headteachers to PGCE students and is a great eventRead More »

No.1 Independent School – Department for Education

The Department for Education has published its tables detailing how well each school in the country has performed in the 2015 GCSE examinations. Red House School has once again been ranked the Number 1 Independent School in the area. Mr Alex Taylor, Headmaster, said “We are delighted that we have maintained our ranking as theRead More »

30 Runs for November!

George raising money for children in need

George from Year 3, along with his three friends Ewan, Henry and Alfie set themselves a challenge of running at least one mile every day for the whole of November, to raise money for Children in Need. George decided that he wanted to raise money for Children in Need by doing what he does best,Read More »

Hilter’s Rise To Power – GCSE History Revision


Year 11 pupils have produced a fantastic video on Hitler’s rise to power as part of their GCSE history revision, which can be viewed on our YouTube channel on the following link Video: Hilter’s Rise To Power The song was written by pupils Anna Dunne, Faryal Ijaz and Will Thomson and sung by Megan McGuire. AnRead More »

Invictus Games Gold Medallist Coaches Sitting Volleyball

group of children from Red House School with vetrian from Help for Heroes charity

Pupils were challenged to a game of sitting volleyball by a gold medallist from the 2014 Invictus Games, to experience the challenges faced by those with a disability. Veteran solider Seveci Navelinikoro, known as Nav, was injured in Afghanistan. He taught pupils how to warm up using sitting volleyball techniques, carried out some drills, andRead More »

New Headmaster Appointment: Mr Ken James

Mr Ken James

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Ken James as Headmaster of Red House School from September 2016. Mr Taylor will be working closely with Mr James over the coming months to ensure that the transition from one Headmaster to the next is smooth and seamless. In due course parents will have theRead More »

Practice Makes Perfect

Isobel came third in the Junior Language Challenge

Congratulations to Isobel and Laura who took part in the Junior Language Challenge Final in Olympia in London. Isobel and Laura had to learn Arabic and endured some very demanding exercises on the day. Over a thousand pupils took part in the challenge and to make it through to the top thirty was an outstandingRead More »

PTA Firework Display – 5th November 2015

Fireworks in the sky

The PTA is delighted to be hosting a fantastic fireworks display on Thursday 5th November and tickets are selling fast. Tickets are £20 for a family of 5 or £5 each (infants under 2 years and under are free). We would ideally like all replies back to school by Wednesday 14th October. Remember it isRead More »