The Redlanders Association has been operating continuously since it was founded by the first Principals, Miss Elizabeth Liggins and Miss Clara Arnold as the Old Girls’ Club in 1908, before changing its name the following year to the Redlands Old Girls. Since 1979 both male and female alum have been welcomed and encouraged to join this committee.
Today, the Association works towards fostering a fellowship between the past students of Redlands and supporting the School’s vision and strategic plan, while honouring its heritage and past achievements.
All students who attend Redlands are automatically considered life members of the Redlanders Association. As a Redlander Association Member, you are provided with opportunities to share skills and talents and to be part of a dedicated committee that encourages Redlanders ex-students to stay in contact with the School and with each other.
The Redlanders Association meets on a monthly basis. The AGM is held in September of each year.
In 2020, the Redlanders Association AGM took place on Wednesday 23 September at 6.00pm via Zoom.
If you would like to be part of the committee, or have news to share with the committee, please contact the Alumni office.
|President||Jennifer Farrell (Knight, Class of 1962)|
|Vice President||Helen Chady (Taylor, Class of 1990 and current Redlands parent)|
|Treasurer||Robyn Brown (Duschke, Class of 1974)|
|Secretary||Pip Tame (Class of 1972 and current Redlands staff member)|
Kim Flatman (Burgess, Class of 1991, current Redlands parent and staff member)