Redmaids’ High Junior School

“‘Every body is an individual, we all have different strengths, we encourage the girls here to recognize their own strengths, but also to identify their own weaknesses as well, we all need to know those. We all need to counteract that to make the most of ourselves…. We help the girls to find those talents, within the classroom and outside of the classroom”

Mrs Lisa Brown, Headteacher, Redmaids’ High Junior School.

Freelance Mum, Faye Dicker, experiences a day in the life at Redmaids’ High Junior School. From maths, to music, science to sport, the opportunities are endless.

Faye found out what sets Redmaids’ High apart; interviewed teachers, parents and girls at different stages of their learning journey. Plus experienced just how much fun, a maths lesson can be!

With an in depth interview with headteacher Mrs. Lisa Brown, discover for yourself, the complete education they provide.

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