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Redlands Student Spreading the Sun Safe Message this Summer

With two in three Australians diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are 70, and a quarter of teenagers getting burnt each weekend, the sun safe message is more important than ever. For this year’s Skin Awareness Week, one Redlands Year 10 student has taken the initiative by producing… Read More

Redlands Welcomes Another Coeducational Independent School

Redlands welcomes the announcement by Barker College that it will transition to a fully coeducational school by 2022. Redlands was established in 1884, and this leading independent school has been coeducational for almost 40 years since 1978. “Our experience is that coeducation provides a real world environment where both girls… Read More

Springing Into Family Fun At Redlands This Saturday

Spring has officially sprung and this Saturday it is time to bring the whole family down to Redlands for the Redlands Classic Spring Fair. Kicking off at 9am at the Junior Campus on Murdoch Street, a cavalcade of culinary creations, as well as activities and… Read More

Gracing The Junior World Rowing Championships

Fresh from seeing Australian Single Sculler Kim Brennan dominate the Olympic Final and bring home gold, Redlands Year 12 student and prefect Grace Galloway had her own international competition to concentrate on. Grace competed last week in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, at the Junior World Rowing Championships, as part of the… Read More

Redlands School Captain Rounds Out The Final Medal Tally

The second Redlands School Captain to return home from an Olympic experience has done so with a Bronze medal and a wealth of experience. Jeffrey Brown was part of the four-person Australian team attending the International Earth Science Olympiad, in Mie, Japan – and Redlands is proud to announce that… Read More

Solar Supercar Comes To Redlands

A reflective glinting roof was the first sign that the vehicle pulling into Redlands was one-of-a-kind, and not something the Junior School has ever seen. eVe is the world’s fastest electric car over 500km, the first road legal solar sports car in Australia, and even though it has standard vehicle… Read More

It’s Gold and Silver for Zoe in International Science Olympiads

Redlands School Captain Zoe Thompson became the first Australian girl to compete in two consecutive International Science Olympiads in different subjects, and be awarded medals in both competitions. Competing against 253 students from 69 countries at the International Biology Olympiad in Hanoi Vietnam, Zoe was… Read More

Redlands Skiing Sensation Carves Up The Slopes

Redlands student Daisy Thomas proved herself no ordinary nine-year-old after hitting the slopes at the 2016 Sydney Interschools Snowsports Championships. The Year 4 Redlands student returned from Perisher with three gold individual medals, for her exceptional performances in the Division Five Girls Alpine, Skier Cross and Moguls competitions. She also… Read More

Olympian At Redlands For Olympic Day

Preparatory School students at Redlands ran into school with even more excitement and anticipation than usual, knowing they would be celebrating Olympic Day with an Olympian. Karyn Gojnich (nee Davis) represented Australia in Sailing at three Olympic Games, in Seoul in 1988, Athens in 2004 and in Beijing in 2008,… Read More

Rugby Superstar Maro Itoje Kicks Back With Former Principal

European Rugby Player of the Year Maro Itoje caught up with his former Principal and sports coach Mr Ari Guha, Head of Redlands Junior School, after the England Wallabies Rugby game on Saturday night. After winning the Grand Slam with England and the Champions Cup with his club Saracens, 21-year… Read More