Open Day for Reception and Nursery 2019
Our latest Ofsted report is out (April 2018). We are very proud of the positive outcome. Please take the time to read the full report.Read more
Achieve… Believe… Create …
I am proud to take over as Headteacher at Rednal Hill Infant School from January 2018 and I look forward to building on our school’s many strengths. We have an incredibly strong staff team, with a vast amount of expertise, committed to providing the very best learning opportunities for children within a broad and balanced curriculum. As a school we aim to provide a dynamic curriculum, and we are committed to improving all the time and being involved in new and innovative projects, including supporting other schools in Birmingham and other authorities. We place emphasis on academic achievement and the development of the whole child and strive for educational excellence in all that we do. From the first home visit, through to our carefully considered and unique environment in Early Years we nurture children to achieve their best. This is reflected in excellent outcomes for children at the end of KS1.
Here at Rednal Hill we aim to maximise learning by ensuring every moment spent here is a valuable one. Our school values of Respect, Honesty, Fairness, Resilience, Trust and Responsibility provide a vehicle for learning across the curriculum and are embedded in everything we do. Forest School and outdoor learning are a vital part of school life for all of our children and provide additional opportunities for children to become absorbed in their own learning. We aim to build children’s self-confidence and their independence to develop into life-long learners. Please read our Curriculum Statement for details of how we achieve these aims.
Most importantly, we value our children and their childhood within the community we serve. Our team of enthusiastic teachers, along with supportive governors and parents are dedicated to providing a varied, fun and safe environment within which children can flourish and reach their true potential.
We welcome visits to our school. Please contact the school office to ask any questions or to discuss individual needs or to arrange to visit our school.
Yours in partnership
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Please click the link below to view 2017 national curriculum tests for key stages 1 and 2: information for parents
The Year One topic on the Victorians was brought to life this week. The children were fascinated by desks in rows, reciting of the alphabet and the idea of "the cane". They weren't so keen on the idea that 'children should be seen but not heard' though! https://t.co/Ko4CMWDx1X