We are ordering and providing E45 dermatological moisturising lotion for each classroom in school. We are aware that washing our hands routinely can cause irritation and dry hands. Please click this link to view what has been ordered.
Welcome to the student area for Reddish Hall School. Here you can find links to all your favourite websites, learning platforms, help and advice. Our new Home Learning area will send you to a page with helpful ideas to try out at home. Learning Links is a long list of websites and activities to help with learning. As we are always looking at safeguarding students, we have created an e-Safety area to direct adults and students in the right direction to keeping safe online. These three areas will be updated weekly. Why not scroll down to the bottom of the page to see the latest news from Reddish Hall School?
This year, after consultation with our school council, we are offering more options within our uniform policy. We think this will better support those pupils with sensory needs and help our children in an old building that can be temperamental with temperature.
Click here to find out more about our uniforms at Reddish Hall School.
These are the learning platforms we use to help students learn in school and at home. Click on a logo to access the required website.
If you do not have your login details, please contact your teacher.
Reddish Hall School is an Acorn Education and Care Independent day special school for students between the ages of 5 -18. The staff at Reddish Hall School have a proven track record of successfully meeting a wide range of Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. We are experienced in recognising and working with a wide range of additional challenges students face, including Autism, speech language and communication difficulties, dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, and SpLD. The school prides itself on being able to offer an appropriate curriculum for students ranging in ability from those with Moderate Learning difficulties to those who are gifted and talented
This week, Hedgehogs in Primary took part in Children’s Mental Health week by creating their creating their own t-shirt designs to express themselves. The theme for 2021 was ‘Express Yourself’ where children across the national were asked to dress to impress.
With the introduction of ‘options’ for our Key Stage 4 pupils (including GCSE, BTEC, Functional skills, City & Guilds and DofE), our 2020 leaver had choice of over a dozen different subjects,…
Are you lost as a parent or carer when it comes to Apps and social media trends? Is your child more tech savvy than you? Are you worried that your Child might…
Reddish Hall School took part in a Christmas food collection for The Wellspring in Stockport. The charity is a resource centre for homeless and disadvantaged people. It provides shelter and at present,…
At present, the government instruction is for special schools to return as planned for the start of the spring term, so we reopen to all year groups on Tuesday 5th January 2021 at the usual time.
Mainstream secondary schools have been directed to delay their return to school in January, whilst arrangements for rapid in-school testing are put in place. The Department for Education’s advice for special schools differs and all students at Reddish…
It’s nearly Christmas! Usually, we’d be preparing for a primary Christmas performance, pantomimes and end of term tips – the ending to this term is going to be very different but hopefully still fun for the children.