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.

Upcoming Events

YEAR 10 PPE (MOCK EXAMS)
Mon 27 Mar 2017
Year 11 Report 3 Due Home
Thu 30 Mar 2017
Community Day - Charity Events
Fri 31 Mar 2017
Non Uniform Day (£1 Entry per student)
Fri 31 Mar 2017

You can view the School Calendar in full here

Latest News

Attendance and Punctuality Winner 10th March 2017.
Congratulations to Mike Smith D8FHI/CKN who wins this week’s prize draw for full attendance & punctuality.
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March 21st  ·  

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Can You Help Evie?

On 1st of April FGR have a ambassadors match. Our FGR ambassador Evie needs to give out as many tickets as she can. Evie says

"Please support FGR and the ambassadors and come to the game on the 1st of April. If you are 12 and over please see Mr Sykes for half price tickets. Year 7 and under 11's can get in free since its a kids go free game, please come you will be getting a bonus!"
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March 21st  ·  

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Highest Rewards Points 17th March 2017
Well done to all.

The Community positions are as follows:

Jenner – 57.90
Brunel – 60.40
Darwin – 64.54
Hubble – 64.73

What a close contest between the top two!
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March 20th  ·  

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Attendance and Punctuality Winner 10th March 2017.
Congratulations to Azra Tuzun H1JOH who wins this week’s prize draw for full attendance & punctuality.
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March 15th  ·  

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Year 11 Business Business and Enterprise

Students were busy selling their wares in school before half term as part of their coursework. They had to work effectively in teams to plan, develop and carry out an enterprise project. The students even had to source their own finance to cover start-up costs. We had some really inventive ideas ranging from "Creative Cards" where students could use available materials to make or personalise valentines cards, which would then be delivered to the lucky person's tutor room to "Cupid's confectionary" where students had packaged sweets and chocolates in a Valentine's theme. Within a few days of starting their enterprises, all the teams had broken even and many teams did well enough to make small profits. These profits have been donated to charities of their choice and I would like to pay particular thanks to Leo Hall, Freja Thomas, Anna Davis, Lilli Norris and George Malpass who raised the most profit and donated almost £50 to our 6th form charity Mind.
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March 14th  ·  

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