At Reddam House we pursue standards of excellence and instill in our students a sense of pride, responsibility, honesty and integrity. The excellent standards we maintain in developing young lives is our investment in the future as we believe that education is the catalyst for personal growth, development and achievement. Reddam’s academic curriculum is developed within the guidelines of the Independent Examination Board (IEB) while adequately complying with the requirements of the Gauteng Education Department (GED). It is designed to offer an exposure to a wide range of subjects, developing the full variety of skills vital for a holistic approach to education. The aim of the Senior Preparatory Phase (Grades 4 to 7) is to provide a broad academic foundation at the appropriate standard and to start preparing students for the subjects that they will ultimately take in Grades 8 to 12. All students study: English Second Language (Zulu or Afrikaans) Drama Art Music Mathematics Science Life Skills Media History Geography Technology Computer Literacy In addition there are the following option subjects: French Portuguese Italian Ecology Music (an additional cost applies) Dance Sports Science Sound Engineering (Grade 7 students only) Bible studies Jewish studies Moral studies Catechism
"The opportunity to educate other people's children is a rare privilege, bringing with it a huge responsibility to provide the best all-round education possible as we aim to prepare young people for happiness and success in their adult lives. At Reddam, Bedfordview we take this responsibility extremely seriously. We care about the individual and pride ourselves in the warmth of a community in which all our students feel valued.
School should be fun and happy children are more likely to be successful. We see it as our responsibility to bring out our students’ talents, to broaden their interests and to develop their personal qualities. To do this we aim to foster confidence, perseverance, tolerance and integrity; to enhance communication skills; to embrace creativity; to encourage teamwork; and to promote an open-minded and outward-looking mentality so that students are ready to make a really positive contribution to their wider community."
- Stephen Hazley, Senior Preparatory Headmaster
Your enquiry was sent successfully.
Something went wrong
Your enquiry was not sent successfully.
Please try again.
Too many attempts
Your enquiry was not sent as you tried sending too many times. Plesae try again later.