Spanning Grades 2 – 5, Redhill’s Junior School focusses on building confidence, fostering creativity and critical thinking, and developing strong collaborative skills.

Meet The Head

Julia Dunn

Developing a lifelong love of learning and building confidence.

Redhill’s Junior School focuses on helping students develop their critical thinking skills; become creative problem solvers and reflective thinkers; practice and become excellent communicators; learn to take considered risks; and grow to be principled and caring individuals with an open-minded approach to their world.

These early years provide an almost idyllic phase in our students’ education as they are taught to “fail forward” – to experiment, innovate, and problem solve without the risk of failing or receiving a bad result.

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Without Fear

Redhill strongly believes that there should be no formal homework or standardised testing during these foundational school years.


Students are encouraged to explore a variety of activities on campus, including Robotics, Marimbas, Chess, Pottery, Art, Choir and Maths Club, as well as the many sports and sporting academies on offer.


Our dedicated specialist Literacy and Numeracy coordinators work within each class to support and extend students, build solid foundations before students move into Middle School, and continue to build curiosity and confidence in these key areas.

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