Reddford House is part of the Inspired group of co-educational and non-denominational international schools.

Unique Approach

Success in the heart of the community

Each school is individually developed and designed in response to its environment and location.

Appeals to a broad based community

Being non-denominational and co-educational, schools are relevant and attractive to all segments of the community.

A vibrant alternative to traditional schooling

Each school is an exciting option with a unique philosophy. Its fresh, colourful approach stands out against traditional education offerings.

Strong reputation for excellence

Each school earns a superlative reputation and becomes synonymous with academic, cultural and sporting excellence.

Selects the best of the best

Outstanding teachers in their field are offered at all levels and in all aspects of the school.

Respects the well-being of children

Schools create well-rounded, happy individuals who simply love school and their school experience.

A highly creative environment

Students are encouraged to excel in the creative and performing arts.

Provides internationally recognised qualifications

Schools equip each student for life in the modern world.

A word from the director

Graeme Crawford, a renowned South African educator, opened his first school in 1993. In the following five years, the Crawford Schools grew to 21 in total. 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. Both Atlantic Sea Board, Cape Town and Bedfordview started in 2003. A newly constructed Reddam House Waterfall opened its doors in 2012 in a residential property development on the outskirts of Johannesburg. A second brand Reddford House The Hills and Reddford House Blue Hills, launched in 2014, will offer students a wide selection of choices. Reddam House has since branched out to the UK, acquiring Bearwood College and Fulham Preparatory School as the latest addition to the Reddam House family. The group, currently, boasts 26 schools.

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    Academics

Lateral thinking, comprehension and the innovative application of skills and concepts form the three pillars of the Reddford House approach to education.
Our dynamic teachers are carefully selected for their specialist knowledge, excellent qualifications, outstanding reputations and rapport with students and strive to shape inquiring minds and develop young talent.
Providing a holistic education to students from 2 year-olds 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
At Reddford House, students are motivated, stimulated and extended to meet the highest academic expectations.
Teachers are available for individual tutorial support.
Reddford House is fully committed to academic excellence.

“Reddford House education extends beyond the confines of traditional academia to tuition in life and communication skills, study methods and time management.

We firmly believe it is vital that our students are adequately equipped to meet life’s challenges in a globally competitive world.”

    Arts

Reddford House not only provides students with an excellent academic education but also exposes them to 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 & Culture which features creative movement, art, drama and music. What is more, students can choose to participate in the Instrumental Music programme after school, learning to play an instrument of their choice; Ballet and Contemporary Dance classes; a Visual Arts programme including a multitude of mediums; and the opportunity of performing in dramatic and musical productions.

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 and Creative Movement as a way of expressing their creativity.

Visual Arts & Design

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


    Sport

At Reddford House, Physical Education lessons are offered weekly during the school day as part of the Life Skills curriculum. Reddford House also encourages all students to be involved in a sport of their choice on both competitive and non-competitive levels. Sporting teams are entered into local and friendly leagues. We believe sport plays a major role in the personal and social values that students need to achieve success. Students are transported where possible by bus, under supervision, to and from sporting facilities.

Summer

Choices on offer during summer months: Swimming, Waterpolo, Cricket, Tennis, Athletics.

Winter

Choices on offer during winter months: Soccer (boys), Soccer (girls), Rugby, Netball, Hockey, Cross-Country