For parents of Year 6 pupils:
Secondary offer day is Monday 1st March 2021. The DfE will be sending information out tomorrow to families of Year 6 pupils who applied on time, explaining the process for them receiving their offers. This information is set out on the council’s website at https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/Year_7_offer_day
Offer emails will be sent on Monday 1st March 2021 and families should receive their email by 4pm. The exact time will depend on email service providers. Families will also receive their child's offer by letter from 2 March 2021. Families only need to contact School Admissions if they are refusing the offer. If families do not contact School Admissions to refuse the offer by 15th March, the offer will be accepted.
It is strongly recommended that you accept the offer even if you intend to appeal the decision so that your child is not left without a school place.
Extra data for home schooling.
If your children are not able to to attend school and are home learning using internet on a mobile network, your school or local authority can apply for a temporary increase in your data allowance and with some mobile networks. Click here for more information.
SCHOOL WILL REMAIN CLOSED EXCEPT FOR CHILDREN OF KEY WORKERS AND VULNERABLE GROUPS
The Children of Key Workers and those who fall into the 'vulnerable' category will attend school in new secure bubbles from Tuesday 5th January.
Remote learning will commence for all other pupils on Wednesday 6th January. Class Teachers will be in touch with all families during the next two days.
Parents of key workers must contact the school.
Ms Jones, Headteacher
Here is the latest guidance about tier 4 restrictions
Tier 4 restrictions in Birmingham.
Birmingham moved into Tier 4 of Covid restrictions this week. This means non-essential shops have closed, along with hairdressers, leisure and entertainment venues. Birmingham City Council parks and household recycling centres (tips) will remain open. Full details on the restrictions can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/tier-4-stay-at-home
What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
On behalf of the staff, Governors, parents and pupils I am delighted to welcome you to this happy and successful school.
Redhill School supports children through their personal learning journey with a positive focus on celebrating success and progress.
We provide our pupils with the opportunity to become lifelong learners by having high expectations and giving them the capacity to realise their own potential.
We encourage our children to reach for the stars !
The Headteacher and staff