Redden Court School
Emergency Help for the Vulnerable
Havering Council is running a free-to-call helpline for residents with urgent needs because of Coronavirus.
The helpline - 0800 368 5201 - is for emergencies only and will be answered by staff redeployed from other Council services. Residents can call between 8.30am and 6pm on weekdays, and between 11am and 4pm at the weekend.
They can also email: email@example.com
Residents with less urgent needs, or requiring advice on other Havering Council services, should go to the Havering Council website for a range of contact options.
Havering Council staff and volunteers have also started delivering food parcels to those residents identified by the Government and the NHS as most vulnerable, and likely to be affected by the current restrictions on movement and visitors.
This is part of a national effort to deliver food parcels to the 1.5 million most vulnerable people in the country who are being shielded from coronavirus.
The Government have sent councils across the country a range of staple items including milk, soup, and cereals that will make their way to these most vulnerable Havering residents.
If you know of families or others who you feel may also need food or other supplies urgently due to age, lack of access or bad health, and are not included in the Government programme, please contact the helpline on 0800 368 5201.
Welcome to Redden Court School
It is a great honour to be Head Teacher of Redden Court School and to welcome you to our website. Redden Court is a successful, well-ordered and caring mixed comprehensive school for students aged eleven to sixteen. We are very proud of our school, our students and the Harold Wood community in which we serve.
At Redden Court we are 'Committed to Success for All' and recognise our role in unlocking the potential of our students.
We have a talented, well qualified and committed team who support our families to achieve.
At Redden Court we take the time to build the relationships between the family and school since we believe that partnership with parents/carers is vital to every child’s future success.
We have a progressive approach to developing and delivering a curriculum which meets the needs of our students; providing extra challenge for our learners and offering support where it is required.
As a learning community, we are committed to the success of all our learners and pride ourselves on being an inclusive school which is fit for the 21st Century. We are proud to be the lead school of the Success for all Education trust.
Mr A Henry, Headteacher