Welcome to Rednock School

At Rednock we value every child. We provide a safe and happy environment where children thrive and pursue academic excellence in a supportive ethos. Our commitment is that every student in our care will achieve the best outcomes possible.

Rednock’s core values of quality, partnership and success are demonstrated by our dedication to being the best that we can and achieving the best for each individual student.

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Students of the month’ for November, also an amazing stencil which Elizabeth Burnett spent 5 hours of her own time creating! Amazing work!
Well done to all of them. Certificates to follow in end of term assemblies!
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December 8th  ·  

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Christmas Jumper Day

Reminder Friday 16th December is Christmas Jumper Day!

Open to all staff and students, £1 donation to Save the Children – Christmas jumper or wintry jumper welcome

Students must wear normal school uniform with their Christmas Jumper (jumper is instead of their school sweatshirt).
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December 7th  ·  

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Highest Reward Points of the Week 2nd December 2016
Congratulations to all.

In the race between communities Darwin are just ahead again!
But it is a close race as we approach the end of term!

Darwin 34.84
Hubble 34.70
Brunel 32.45
Jenner 31.06
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December 6th  ·  

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Christmas Food Bank Collection

Today sees the start of our annual foodbank collection. We are aiming to surpass last year's collection, as a school we donated 271.3kg of food that went into Christmas hampers to support people in crisis across Dursley, Wotton and Stroud area.

We would be delighted if you were able to support us with our collection. Donations can be sent in with the students or dropped at reception.

Wishing everyone a very Happy Christmas.
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December 5th  ·  

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Music department concert tour to Germany, July 2016

A report by Marilla Thompson - year 8

At first, I was extremely nervous to go to Germany as I hated being away from home for that long. However, I’m glad I decided to go because I enjoyed the whole experience and I can easily say that it was one of the best weeks of my life.

When we arrived I thought the landscape was really picturesque because it looked like something that you would see on a postcard. Everyone at the hotel seemed really friendly and they also had delicious food! The rooms were really cosy and warm in the day and in the night. I loved visiting all the towns in Germany with everyone and I even managed to buy some presents for my family and myself. The concerts were really fun too, especially at the band stands. I even got the chance to watch the swing band play which was really nice.

My favourite part of the whole tour was probably getting to know everyone and overall just being independent. I’m definitely going on the next tour – I can’t wait!
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November 29th  ·  

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