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 A Wendy house and play castle, ‘both with proper upstairs floors’, were donated by parents, as were the raised beds in the ‘allotment’ with lovely pumpkins ready for Halloween, and professional looking lighting in the new hall. Everything is pristinely well-maintained but there’s no restriction on putting a nail in the wall to hold up a circus tent or covering classroom with brightly coloured work. A wet indoor break time buzzed with happy children using every inch of the school for play...

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What the school says...

High standards of academic achievement combined with strong pastoral care are the hallmarks of Redmaids' High Infant and Junior School.

Redmaids' High is a busy, happy and vibrant school where girls thrive, growing and learning at their own pace in an environment where everyone works together to help the girls discover their strengths and the things they enjoy most.

The broad curriculum and many extra-curricular activities afford many opportunities for pupils to progress, enabling them to move onto the next stage of their education, equipped with a wide range of skills and knowledge.

Learning is made fun. Everyone is encouraged to join in and the variety of experiences within and beyond the classroom creates a memorable pathway of discovery.
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Since 2015, Lisa Brown. She has a BSc in psychology from Leicester and a PGCE from Oxford Brookes. She joined the school in 1995 and was previously year 3 class teacher, also overseeing science, DT, pastoral care for new girls, and links with QEH.


Girls aged between 4-5 are invited to spend a morning in the classroom, which can be either with or without a parent, depending upon the needs of the individual child.

For year 1, pupils are invited to spend half a day in the classroom where teachers review their literacy and numeracy skills. For year 2, girls spend a whole day in school and are assessed in maths, writing and reading but in a relaxed way.

Year 3 pupils are assessed by the head...

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