A warm welcome to everyone joining us at Redmaids’ High School, an independent school based in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. The school provides a beautiful backdrop for all those joining us on camp this year (Ofsted No. EY558572).
The oldest surviving girls’ school in the country, founded in 1634, Redmaids’ High is a Bristol institution and was the vision of its founder, Mayor and MP of Bristol, John Whitson.
The site provides an inspirational backdrop for learning, with plenty of space for children to be active through our engaging games and activities. The 12-acre campus has a countryside feel, despite being just a stone’s throw from the city centre.
Redland Hall is a brand new building opened in 2017. It provides a modern performance space, auditorium and first-class facilities for all children joining us on camp.
Exceptional sports facilities are a hallmark of the school which boasts a large sports hall, dance studio, full sized all weather pitch and beautiful grass playing fields. Children will have the opportunity to take part in netball, basketball, dance and gymnastics in the multi-use Sports Hall. Outside there will be plenty of opportunities for numerous games and activities including football, running, athletics, rounders and many, many more sports!