Aims & Ethos

Red House is a School where each individual is valued and where care and concern for others is central to our work. The warm, friendly environment allows pupils to achieve their potential and become equipped for adult life.

Our commitment to pupils and parents is summarised as follows:

  • To provide a high quality education, within a civilised environment based on Christian values
  • To provide a happy, stimulating and well-disciplined environment in which children succeed
  • To encourage each child to reach their potential in all areas of school life
  • To develop pupils’ confidence to use their talents, skills and knowledge effectively in a rapidly changing society
  • To develop a positive partnership between staff, parents, pupils and the wider community

Red House is a truly cooperative community, in which every member is working towards the goal of being the best they can be, whilst supporting those around them. We offer each of our pupils the opportunity to make the most of their talents and gain a wealth of new experiences in a happy, encouraging, and nurturing environment. We maximise their potential by affording our pupils a huge range of learning and co-curricular opportunities, whilst ensuring the highest levels of pastoral care. We want our pupils to flourish and to leave us at the end of their Red House journey, surrounded by friends, with the best grades possible, being fully prepared for the next exciting phase of their lives.

Making learning exciting, engaging and memorable lies at the heart of a Red House education. However, academic results are not the sole success criteria: every pupil will enjoy a holistic education, and be inspired as much by the world outside the classroom as the world within it. At Red House, every aspect of school life complements the others, and it is precisely this rounded education which produces independent and creative young adults, who are prepared and ready to make their mark in the world.

Red House School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. To achieve our commitment, we will ensure continuous development and improvement of robust safeguarding processes and procedures that promote a culture of safeguarding amongst our staff and volunteers.

Visit Us

Visit Us - School
Visit Us - School
Visit Us - School

Early Years Stay & Play: Thursday 9 May, 2-3pm

Come and enjoy an afternoon of storytelling, singing, arts and crafts based on Julia Donaldson’s wonderful book ‘What the Ladybird Heard’.

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Twilight Tours: Thursday 16 May

Our Twilight Tours are a great way to discover what's so special about Red House and all we have to offer. You will be able to tour our fantastic facilities and meet our dedicated teachers.

+ Nursery & Junior School 4-6pm
+ Senior School 4.30-6.30pm

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Entry for Year 7 in 2024/2025

Registrations are being taken for children in Year 6 wishing to join Year 7 in 2024 and also for children in Year 5 wishing to join Year 7 in 2025.

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