FAQs

Redlands receives a wide-ranging number of enquiries and questions about various areas of our School. Please find below a list of frequently asked questions that we hope will answer some of the queries you may have of the School.

There are a range of Academic, Interpersonal, Leadership and Life Preparedness skills that coeducational schools offer their students. Redlands has offered a coeducation learning environment since 1978, preparing students for life after school which reflects modern times.

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Visit the Enrolment Process page, call our Enrolments team on +612 9968 9890 or email them at registrar@redlands.nsw.edu.au.

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Step 1: Apply online for the Prospectus and Application Form

Step 2: Discover more about the School by booking online into a small group tour or Open Morning

Step 3: Email the Application Form, birth certificate and payment to registrar@redlands.nsw.edu.au to join the waiting list

Step 4: Students invited to interview via email in strict order of priority and date of application approximately 12-18 months before scheduled start date

Step 5: Acceptance of Offer, enrolment fee and relevant paperwork emailed to registrar@redlands.nsw.edu.au to secure place

Step 6: Commencement

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Junior Preschool 60 per year group, 3 classes of 20

Senior Preschool 60 per year group, 3 classes of 20

Transition 27, 1 class only

Kindergarten 80 per year group, 4 classes of 20

Year 1-2 88 per year group, 4 classes of 22

Years 3-4 100 per year group, 4 classes of 25

Years 5-6 125 per year group, 5 classes of 25

Years 7-12 175 per year group, 7 classes of 25

Currently there are 1723 full time equivalent students.

As close as possible to 50/50 in every year group.t

French, Spanish, Latin, Mandarin and Japanese

The IB is an international qualification and meets the needs of students who are becoming increasingly more globally minded and are looking for an alternative to the HSC.  Students study the IB in Years 11 and 12 and currently 50% of the cohort take the IB.

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Yes, Redlands does provide Out of School Hours Care (OOSH), both after school and during vacations, which helps to meet the needs of busy working parents. It is suitable for students from three to twelve years of age. After School Care operates each afternoon until 6.00pm on a regular basis. Casual spaces are occasionally available. Vacation Care from 8.00am – 6.00pm is available each school holiday period. Programs are issued prior to the commencement of the next holiday session.

Yes, Redlands provides bus services to Pittwater, the Inner West and the Eastern Suburbs, offering Year 3-12 students a safe and direct trip to and from school. Learn more by visiting the Transport page.

Redlands offers Academic, Merit/All-Rounder, Means-Tested, Music and Ballet scholarships for entry into Year 7. To learn more about scholarships at Redlands, visit our Scholarships page or contact our Enrolments team at registrar@redlands.nsw.edu.au.

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