Welcome to Rednock School

“Welcome to the Rednock School website.  I hope that you find the details about the school informative and helpful.

We are a fully comprehensive school where everyone matters.  I am passionate about this philosophy; we do not select by ability or income – we want to improve children’s lives so that they are equipped for their next steps in a global society.

Rednock School is an ambitious and aspirational place; every student should achieve their potential whatever their starting point.  Exam outcomes are critical for today’s students to make positive steps in their lives.  In order to deliver the excellent education that every student deserves we provide a supportive and caring environment.  All of our staff are committed to taking care of students’ needs – both academically and pastorally.  In my experience of over 37 years in education, I believe that Rednock provides the best care and attention, second to none.

I am proud of the students, staff and the school.  We want to engage all of our community in this vision of excellence and the desire to achieve it.  I hope that the website will interest you in looking at the school and joining us.  I look forward to meeting you.”

David Alexander, Head Teacher   

 

Upcoming Events

Inset Day 3
Fri 27 Nov 2020
Year 11 PPE Week 1
Mon 30 Nov 2020
Year 11 PPE Week 2
Mon 07 Dec 2020
Year 11 PPE Week 3
Mon 14 Dec 2020
END OF TERM 2
Fri 18 Dec 2020
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
Mon 21 Dec 2020
Inset Day 4
Mon 04 Jan 2021

You can view the School Calendar in full here

Latest News

We would like to warmly welcome you to our Rednock 6th Form Virtual Open Event. We wish that we could meet with you in person, but until we can, we are bringing all of the information about Rednock 6th Form entry in September 2021 to you via our website.

Our virtual event includes information from our Headteacher, Head of 6th Form and Deputy Head of 6th Form via pre-recorded videos. In addition, subject staff have prepared short videos to give you an indication of what each course will involve. You will also be able to follow links through these videos to provide you with more detailed information about each course. There will be the opportunity to hear from current and past 6th Form students and take a virtual tour to get an insight into our 6th Form facilities.

We hope you enjoy our virtual event and we look forward to meeting you all in the future.
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November 26th  ·  

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Our 6th Form Virtual Open Event is launching today! We want you to know what makes Rednock 6th Form a great place to learn, grow and succeed as you take the next steps in your academic or working life.

The pre-recorded event will be available for prospective students and their parents/carers to view at any point from 3pm today at a time that is convenient. The Virtual Open Event link will be published on our school website and social media platforms. We look forward to you joining us!
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November 26th  ·  

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Please note that this Friday 27th November is an Inset Day, therefore students are not required to come into School.

We would also like to remind parents/carers that students will be finishing at 1.30pm on Friday 18th December as it is the last day of term. 🎄
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November 25th  ·  

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Year 11 students are working extremely hard ahead of their BTEC Performance Exam. Students will be performing extracts from Willy Russell’s ”Blood Brothers" on Tuesday 15th December.

Students in Miss Summers class have expanded their character knowledge by creating a 'ROLE ON THE WALL' which is a drama device that helps to gain insight into their character's mind, this helps with their character portrayal and development, where they consider the given circumstances and justify their character's objectives within their scenes. We include some pictures below of the students work.
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November 25th  ·  

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Every year too many children die on roads as pedestrians in the UK. Unfortunately two recent incidents involving Rednock students and traffic (thankfully no one was seriously hurt) have highlighted our need for constant vigilance as road users especially in times when there are often many of us in the same space, such as before and after school. We are also aware, thanks to public feedback, that sometimes our students are not taking the care they should be around the roads to avoid putting themselves and others at risk.

This assembly, shared with all across the school is well worth a review as an individual and as a family. Please click on the link below to view the assembly. It is a timely response to raising the profile of personal safety on and around our roads as we are starting to move around more. Stay safe.

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November 23rd  ·  

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