Introduction and Tour of our School
Information, photographs and videos of our school
The original school building in Redmile was opened in 1871 and had one main classroom. As you walk round our site, you will still see signs of the Victorian architecture complimenting the modern buildings of recent years.
As other local villages closed, Redmile became the central place for local children to be educated and so the subsequent addition of a double mobile classroom unit in July 1999 and a further single mobile in August 2001 accommodated an ever-growing number on roll.
In February 2009, our school hall was officially opened by England International Cricketer Luke Wright, a former Redmile pupil; it consists of boys and girls changing rooms, disabled facilities, wet room and a large hall for all kinds of PE and other curricular activities and family gatherings, with a lot of space to move around. It is the admiration of the Vale as few small primary schools can boast of such a fabulous facility.
In 2010, the mobile block was replaced with some beautiful new classrooms, all air-conditioned, very spacious and adjoined to the Victorian building.
With the addition of a further classroom in 2019, plus a new entrance and two offices, a large playground and school field our facilities are much to be proud of.