Reddam House is a fresh, new and dynamic approach to schooling.
Reddam House prides itself on its policy of selecting outstanding educators in
each subject area, and offers a specialised education for the stronger academic
child. Reddam’s emphasis is on providing appropriate extension and enrichment
for each student. Programs have been specifically structured to cater for the
gifted and talented students.
Reddam House operates through its two campuses in Sydney’s Eastern
Suburbs — Bondi and Woollahra. The Woollahra Campus houses the primary (Kindergarten
to Year 6) and Middle School (Years 7 to 9). The Bondi Campus houses the Senior
School (Years 10 to 12), offering a focused environment for these critical
years of Senior Certificate and Higher School Certificate.
Facilities: The ultra-modern school environment is designed to
reflect the highest of modern living standards and includes Smart boards,
high-tech computer labs and access to email and internet for all students.
Curriculum: The high school offers a comprehensive range of subjects
and an extensive, rigorous HSC program. Dance has now been included as an HSC
subject allowing Reddam to offer all creative and performing arts. Please
contact the school directly for further information.
Sport: A comprehensive range of competitive and non-competitive
sports are offered at Reddam. These include surfing, cricket, basketball,
swimming, athletics, tennis, hockey and rugby.
Extracurricular activities: Reddam offers morning academies in a
wide range of cultural and sporting activities including yoga, sailing, rock
climbing, scuba diving, debating, drama, hip hop, photography and multimedia.
The school has a proven record in a host of writing competitions that provide
students with a real, authentic audience for their work. Students also take
part in the student-operated radio station and the “Redcam” current affairs
video broadcasting program.
Welfare and personal development: A tolerant, accepting and
nurturing environment supports and develops Reddam students’ individuality.
Students’ leadership qualities are developed through involvement in the school
executive and judiciary in the senior school. A life skills program is offered
in Years 7 to 10, covering topics such as study skills, communication and