WELCOME TO REDDFORD HOUSE BLUE HILLS

Reddford House Blue Hills is a premium private School situated in Blue Hills, Kyalami, Midrand. Overlooking the rolling hills of the Blue Hills Country and Equestrian Estate in Blue Hills, Kyalami, Midrand, Reddford House Blue Hills is set among beautiful, natural and established indigenous trees in this premier lifestyle estate.

Lateral thinking, comprehension and innovative application of skills and concepts form the three pillars of the Reddford House approach to education. The professionally designed interiors enhance this vibrant, joyful Reddford House educational approach. Our dynamic teachers strive to shape inquiring minds and develop young talent and are selected for their specialist knowledge, excellent qualifications, outstanding reputations, and rapport with students.

At the Reddford House Blue Hills we strive to create well balanced students, who are happy and confident in themselves, ready to take on the future.

We extend an open invitation to book a tour of the school. Come and explore our campus and its world-class educational facilities first-hand. Meet the dynamic teachers, handpicked to inspire exceptional learning experiences. At Reddford House Blue Hills we are committed to inspiring academic, cultural and sporting excellence.

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A FEW WORDS FROM OUR MANAGING DIRECTOR
"In the beginning 2016, we accepted students from over eighty different schools. Every one has fitted in with the ethos of our school and represents what Reddford House stands for. In only one year, we reached the academic standard to which Reddford House aspires. We have started to implement the benchmarking and standardisation processes, and we know we will go from strength to strength. "
Ronel Burger, MANAGING DIRECTOR

CO-CURRICULAR

SPORT, ARTS AND MORE

Reddford House Blue Hills encourages all students to actively participate in school sporting and cultural activities of their choice on both competitive and non-competitive levels.

We believe sport plays a major role in the personal and social values that students need to achieve success. Our dedicated coaches aim to inspire the highest standard in sportsmanship and discipline.

Students can participate in co-curricular classes in addition to the art, drama, music, dance and robotics programmes that already forms part of the curriculum. Students interested in additional instrumental music lessons or afternoon dance classes are requested to contact the school directly for further details.

Traditional school activities are included in the tuition fee. Other specialised activities are offered at an additional cost. Students are transported where possible by bus, under supervision, to and from sporting facilities. All extra-curricular timetables are loaded onto the Reddford House App each term and emailed to the parents with the first newsletter of each term.


CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES OFFERED AT BLUE HILLS:

SPORT PERFORMING & CREATIVE ARTS ADDITIONAL
Tennis Drama Productions Hip Hop and Modern Dance
Netball Vocal Ensemble Afrofusion
Soccer Public Speaking Acro
Athletics Choir Ballet
Swimming Art Studio Instrumental Music
Cricket Art Club Karate
e-Sport   Intro Golf
    Chess
    Eco Club
    Judo
    Marimba Band
    Monkeynastix
    Playball

OUR STORY

REDDFORD HOUSE BLUE HILLS IS A PROUD MEMBER OF INSPIRED

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Founded by the Inspired team in 2015, the Reddford House schools have been an immediate success in South Africa, with the two first schools opening with over 600 students and the third Reddford School having enjoyed a successful opening in January 2016.


The Reddford model extends beyond the confines of traditional academia to tuition in life and communication skills, equipping children to meet life’s challenges in a globally competitive world.

World-renowned educator, Graeme Crawford opened his first school in 1993. Within five years the Crawford Schools grew to a total of 21. In 2000, working closely with his sister Sheena Crawford-Kempster, Graeme founded Reddam House Constantia in Cape Town. In January 2001, Graeme opened the first school outside South Africa: Reddam House Sydney. Since 2003, the Reddam House brand has grown from strength to strength, with more schools opening in South Africa, United Kingdom and Australia. In 2014 Crawford established Reddford House schools.

In response to the successes of the founding schools and to meet the growing demand for premium schooling in South Africa, a second brand, Reddford House, was launched in 2014 - Reddford House The Hills in Pretoria and Reddford House Blue Hills in Beaulieu, Johannesburg.

The two schools were later joined by Reddford House Northcliff, which successfully opened its doors in 2016. The Reddford House brand continues to grow and impress, with further expansion planned for 2021.

Reddford House is proud to be a member of Inspired, a leading international group of premium schools educating 31,000 students on four continents.

Founded by Nadim M Nsouli, Inspired is designed to inspire students to achieve their maximum potential in a nurturing, progressive academic environment from ages 1 to 18. A definitive statement of excellence in private education, Inspired offers a fresh and contemporary approach to education by re-evaluating traditional teaching methods and curriculums, and creating a more dynamic, relevant and powerful model reflecting current attitudes.

Inspired schools nurture the unique individuality, talent and self-assurance of each student, equipping them to take on the world with the skills and confidence to ensure success. (www.inspirededu.co.uk)

PHILOSOPHY

OUR INSPIRED EDUCATIONAL APPROACH

The three key pillars that form the Reddford House educational approach are based on lateral thinking, comprehension and innovative application of skills and concepts. Our vibrant teachers are carefully selected for their specialist knowledge, excellent qualifications, outstanding reputations and rapport with students. They are passionate, motivated and strive daily to shape inquiring minds and develop young talent.

Conventional teaching methods are not commonly found at a Reddford House school. Our educational approach extends beyond the confines of traditional academia to tuition in life and communication skills, study methods and time management. Reddford House is committed to inspiring education in an exciting and creative manner. It is vital that our students are adequately equipped to meet life’s challenges in a globally competitive world.

Providing a holistic education to students from one year-old to Grade 12, Reddford House offers subjects in all the eight learning areas of the National Curriculum, with a wide variety of subjects available in Grades 10 to 12.

Reddford House is affiliated to the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) with Grade 12s writing the IEB National Senior Certificate examinations

Fully committed to academic excellence, Reddford House students are motivated, stimulated and extended to meet the highest academic expectations. Teachers are readily available to offer individual tutorial support.

Complementing the excellent academic education provided, Reddford House students have the ideal opportunity to become an influential part of the enriching world of the Arts. A vibrant Music, Dance and Drama programme is on offer. The curriculum from Stage 5 to Grade 9, includes Arts and Culture which features creative movement, art, drama and music.


Drama

Drama enhances our students’ self-confidence, self-esteem, self-assurance, communication skills and creativity, empowering each student with the ability to express him or herself fully, to communicate freely and interact with confidence.


Music

Specialist music teachers provide instrumental tuition in a variety of musical instruments, including string instruments, brass, piano and percussion.


Dance

Students are encouraged to embrace dance as a way of expressing their creativity.


Visual Arts and Design

Students are exposed to different aspects of the visual arts. Options include design, drawing, painting and sculpting. Film, electronic and digital media, as possible clubs and societies may be on offer.