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

WEEK A
Mon 01 Mar 2021
KS3 Year 9 Report 2 Issued
Thu 04 Mar 2021
Year 9 Left PCM
Thu 04 Mar 2021
Year 9 Right PCM
Tue 09 Mar 2021
KS3 Years 7 & 8 Report 2 Issued
Thu 11 Mar 2021
KS4 Year 11 Report 3 Issued
Thu 18 Mar 2021
KS4 Options Evening Provisional Webinar Session
Thu 18 Mar 2021

You can view the School Calendar in full here

Latest News

Face masks Update - Friday 26th February 2021Dear Parents / Carers,Yesterday, Nick Gibb, the Schools’ Minister, made an announcement that the wearing of face masks in classrooms and the testing of students in schools is guidance and not compulsory.Given this change, we acknowledge this. However it is important that we maintain our safety measures in order to keep students and staff safe during the pandemic.We will continue to wear face masks in communal areas where a two metre distance cannot be maintained. Students will be asked to keep their face masks on in the classroom, unless answering a question directly. We understand that teaching and learning must continue as effectively as possible. The wearing of face masks makes that problematic; that is why we will adopt the removal of the facemasks when appropriate. We understand that this is a request rather than a directive and hope that you will support us in this.Yours sincerelyDavid AlexanderHead Teacher ... See MoreSee Less

February 26th  ·  

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Update: Message from the Head Teacher - Thursday 25th FebruaryPlease click on the following link to read an important letter from Mr Alexander regarding mass testing and the return to school of students - cdn.realsmart.co.uk/ac0a4ac2fc14b45086e9c5af7511da39/uploads/2021/02/25161329/Itr_026_Mass-Testin...In addition, please click on the link below for an accompanying video from Mr Alexander - drive.google.com/file/d/1Y_xHSuAJSE3ja6K0R6cYAJuHvOtHne-i/view ... See MoreSee Less

February 25th  ·  

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We hope you had a lovely half term. Tomorrow marks the beginning of Term 4! Remember it is Week B. Please make sure that you join the live lessons promptly and complete all of the work set. The focus this term is to 'Keep Up so that you don't have to Catch Up later'. We look forward to seeing you all virtually tomorrow morning! 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

February 21st  ·  

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