About Us

A very warm welcome to Redland Green School.

We are a friendly, popular, inclusive and ambitious 11-19 school having established ourselves as one of the top performing state schools in the local area. Staff and students are rightly proud of their school and through our core values of Respect Ambition and Responsibility we are committed to ensuring the highest educational standards for our students.

Enabling a love of learning is at the heart of what we do at Redland Green. Students follow a carefully designed curriculum in a wide range of subjects. As students progress through the school they have further opportunities to personalise their curriculum. Our talented and experienced staff have a passion for their subjects and for developing students' understanding irrespective of their starting points. They ensure that each individual has classroom experiences that are relevant, motivating and stimulate a desire to learn and achieve.

Importantly, our school is built on the key foundations and core values of:

Respect | Ambition | Responsibility

Critical to the success of our school is our unwavering commitment to the whole child. Our pastoral system ensures that the physical and mental wellbeing of our students is paramount in establishing school as a safe and happy place to attend. Our experienced special education team ensures that effective support is put in place for students with a range of additional learning needs. We believe in our responsibility to guide our students to be able to make good decisions and to demonstrate kindness, respect and tolerance both in and out of school.

Beyond the classroom we are committed to providing students with a full range of activities and experiences to enrich their time at school. Our enrichment curriculum in KS3 is in addition to the many co-curricular opportunities in sport, music, performing and creative arts. We also believe in providing opportunities for students to take on additional responsibilities and leadership roles. This could be as student president, a prefect or house captain, sports captain or subject ambassador. We ensure that there are many opportunities for our students to involve themselves in the wider leadership of our school.

Redland Green is a genuine 11-19 school with many students progressing to our highly successful Post-16 provision as part of the North Bristol Post 16 Centre. Students opt to study from a wide range of courses and we are proud of their success in securing destinations at University, higher level apprenticeships and employment.

Above all we are ambitious for each individual student and want them to truly enjoy their time at Redland Green School. Students are afforded the opportunities, provision and care so they can be the best versions of themselves enabling them to make a positive impact on society and lead happy purposeful lives.

Ben Houghton | Headteacher

Our Code of Conduct

FOR STAFF & STUDENTS

The Code of conduct is based on:

  • Respect
  • Ambition
  • Responsibility

Respect

  • To respect one another, the environment and your own and other people’s property, students and staff need to: 
  • Listen carefully to each other, and to value other people’s opinion even when it is different from their own. 
  • Think about other people’s needs not just their own; remember that everybody is a valued member of the Redland Green community. 
  • Not misuse the Internet and other communication technologies (eg email, social-networking, chat rooms, texting). 

Ambition

To be confident with who you are and in what you can achieve:

  • Make sure you have a positive attitude towards your learning.
  • Believe that you can achieve and that you can do well.

Responsibility

  • To take a responsible attitude towards your own and others’ learning, students and staff need to: 
  • Arrive on time to school and to each lesson ready to learn / teach.
  • Settle quickly and try to produce their best work at all times. If you do not understand something - ask! 
  • Follow the five fundamentals of classroom expectations.
  • Use the ICT resources solely for work during lessons or school related activities. 

To take pride in your appearance and your work, students need to: 

  • Take a pride in their uniform and PE kit.
  • Keep their books in good condition and present their work carefully; their work should be something they are proud to show others. 

To meet deadlines:

  • Students need to meet deadlines for work and homelearning.
  • Staff to hand back work on time.

Join Us

CURRENT OPENINGS



  • Job Title

    SENDCo (MAT Cover)

  • Location

    Bristol, Bristol

  • Posted

    20th February 2024

  • Salary

    M1 - UPS3 (£30,000 - £46,525) + TLR 2c (£7,847 pa)

  • Hours

    Full Time

  • Description

    SENDCo (MAT Cover) Contract Type: Temporary, Full-time Salary: M1 - UPS3 (£30,000 - £46,525) + TLR 2c (£7,847 pa) Start Date: 15 April 2024 Interview Date: 18 March 2024 An exciti ...

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Values

Ambitious

High expectations and aspirations for everyone; learning from the best and thinking big; an optimistic outlook

Empowering

Believing and investing in our people; developing talent and potential; celebrating diversity and individuality; working collaboratively and celebrating achievement

Ethical

Doing what is right and challenging what is wrong; showing kindness and compassion; promoting wellbeing and sustainability