Redhill School’s progressive student leadership structure, the Redhill Student Council (RSC), is based on a fundamental, student-empowering strategy:
To the Student. By the Student. For the Student.
Our aim is to develop our student leaders in such a way that they are empowered with the knowledge, experience and skills to become future leaders and changemakers in their chosen sphere of influence.
The Redhill Student Council (RSC) is the student body that represents students by voicing the ideas and concerns of students to the School Executive. The Council is made up of three bodies:
The Student Executive is made up of Grade 12 students and comprises the following positions:
The Judiciary is responsible for justice and fairness. They review policies from time to time to ensure that they are updated and that they remain relevant. However, they may not change policy without the approval of the Student Council and the School Executive. They hear cases where students feel that they have not been treated fairly or where students feel that a policy has been ignored or contravened. They oversee the peer mediation programme (should there be one) and mentor peer mediators. They present cases to the School Executive to rule on, should they not be able to mediate between students or where they feel there has been an injustice.
The legislative wing of Council is made up of the Student Representatives from each English Class in each grade. They represent the students in their class and grade by putting relevant questions to the Student Head of Council, voting on motions that come up at Council, and reporting back to their constituency.
The Executive of the Service Committee is made up of a Chair, Vice – Chair and Secretary of each committee. All the Grade 10 students can be in a committee by nominating themselves to one of the following committees:
Redhill is currently the only school in the country to offer students a choice of graduating with either an Independent Examination Board (IEB) or International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme qualification.
At Redhill School, prioritising the social and emotional wellbeing of our Senior School students is at the forefront of everything we do. We understand the unique pressures they face, including the demands of final exams and the ever-changing landscape of the world they are preparing to enter. By fostering a supportive environment that promotes mental health, resilience, and adaptability, we empower our students to navigate these challenges with confidence and prepare them for a successful future.