Welcome to Rednock School

“Welcome to the Rednock School website.  I hope that you find the details about the school informative and helpful.

We are a fully comprehensive school where every child matters.  I am passionate about this philosophy; we do not select by ability or income – we want to improve children’s lives so that they are equipped for their next steps in a global society.

Rednock School is an ambitious and aspirational place; every student should achieve their potential whatever their starting point.  Exam outcomes are critical for today’s students to make positive steps in their lives.  In order to deliver the excellent education that every student deserves we provide a supportive and caring environment.  All of our staff are committed to taking care of students’ needs – both academically and pastorally.  In my experience of over 37 years in education, I believe that Rednock provides the best care and attention, second to none.

I am proud of the students, staff and the school.  We want to engage all of our community in this vision of excellence and the desire to achieve it.  I hope that the website will interest you in looking at the school and joining us.  I look forward to meeting you.”

David Alexander, Head Teacher   


Upcoming Events

Christmas Carol Concert at St James' Church, Dursley
Wed 11 Dec 2019
Year 9 Right Population Parents' Consultation Meeting
Thu 12 Dec 2019
End of Term 2
Fri 20 Dec 2019
Term 2 Holiday
Mon 23 Dec 2019
Mon 06 Jan 2020
Term 3 Starts
Tue 07 Jan 2020
Tue 07 Jan 2020

You can view the School Calendar in full here

Latest News

Young Minds

'Fighting for young peoples mental health'. Friday 29th November we will be holding a non uniform day to raise money to support the Young Minds charity.


Students are asked to donate £1 and to try and wear something yellow.
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November 22nd  ·  

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Remembrance 2019

Last Monday the school came together, as it always does, to Remember on the 11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month. This year we considered the reasons why we remember in the modern day, recognising the continuing work supporting our service personal past and present and their families.


We must thank all those in school and out who supported us with this event. Most notably a big thank you to some of our students. Firstly Poppy Jones of year 7 who represented the school at the weekend by laying our poppy wreath at the local Dursley Remembrance event. Also Megan Graham and Sam Drewett who played the last post at the end of our two minute silence.

The dedication of our students makes us proud every day.
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November 20th  ·  

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