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THE REDDAM FOUNDATION

OUR VISION


The REDDAM FOUNDATION gives disadvantaged students the opportunity to attend Reddam House, is a collection of co-educational, non-denominational, independent schools in South Africa, Australia and the United Kingdom.

Our Reddam House teachers, students and families are committed to getting directly involved where there is a need in our local communities as well as abroad. We invite you to explore this page for photos, news and upcoming events that highlight and showcase our passion for #GIVINGBACK through our charitable activities at Reddam House Berkshire.

A FEW RECENT PROJECTS:

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NSPCC Number Day


On the 3 rd of February 2016 we held our NSPCC number day. Thank you everyone who made an effort to come dressed in a Maths theme. We had numbers, shapes, calculators, dice, protractors and even a Rubix cube! However most importantly thank you to everyone who donated generously to a charity who does so much good work with children in our community and throughout the U.K.

We raised an enormous £1...

On the 3 rd of February 2016 we held our NSPCC number day. Thank you everyone who made an effort to come dressed in a Maths theme. We had numbers, shapes, calculators, dice, protractors and even a Rubix cube! However most importantly thank you to everyone who donated generously to a charity who does so much good work with children in our community and throughout the U.K.

We raised an enormous £192! Congratulations to Charlotte who won the jar of sweets – 218 sweets in one jar. Thank you also to the Charities committee for all their hard work and great ideas making the day such a fun and successful event.

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Children in Need


On Friday the 18th of November we held our annual Children in Need event. Thank you to everyone who baked, spent money, counted money and had fun in their home clothes eating cake! We had a fantastic day raising an amazing £290 for “Children in Need” and were overwhelmed by everyone’s generosity and efforts. The charity committee worked hard planning, making posters, judging cake entries, t...

On Friday the 18th of November we held our annual Children in Need event. Thank you to everyone who baked, spent money, counted money and had fun in their home clothes eating cake! We had a fantastic day raising an amazing £290 for “Children in Need” and were overwhelmed by everyone’s generosity and efforts. The charity committee worked hard planning, making posters, judging cake entries, taking money, counting money and them clearing up after the event. They really took their responsibilities very seriously and the teachers were very impressed by all their hard work and organisation.

Very well done to our cake decorating winners and thank you Dylan for organising the prizes.
Most original: Elsie and Kaleb - Best decorated: Frieda/ Ethan and Annwyn - Most effort: Connor and Ella/ Talia

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Sports Relief 2016


All the children in the ELS enjoyed learning the Sport’s Relief dance and coming to school dressed in an item of clothing in the colour of red. Stage 4 and 5 used their P.E. lessons with our specialist P.E. teaching team to play four games to collect points. The children dribbled balls in and out of the cones, threw beanbags to hit a target, threw and caught as many beanbags as they could in one...

All the children in the ELS enjoyed learning the Sport’s Relief dance and coming to school dressed in an item of clothing in the colour of red. Stage 4 and 5 used their P.E. lessons with our specialist P.E. teaching team to play four games to collect points. The children dribbled balls in and out of the cones, threw beanbags to hit a target, threw and caught as many beanbags as they could in one minute and enjoyed shuttle runs. We considered the reason why we were having fun for Sports Relief in Mrs Lancaster’s assembly using the assembly pack about Jinnat, a five year old who lives in a slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh. We enjoyed finding out how our money would help Jinnat and others like her. In total we raised £669.50 through sponsorship from our wonderful ELS community. We were overwhelmed by our community’s support and generosity.

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The RSPB Big School Birdwatch 2017


We started the Spring term thinking about birds and the different species that we see in our beautiful woodlands that surround the ELS. We registered to become ‘citizen scientists’ to count the birds we could see on a particular day before February. The children have enjoyed making homemade binoculars in Stage 3 and the children in Stage 4 and 5 made birdfeeders using the RSPB recipe to attrac...

We started the Spring term thinking about birds and the different species that we see in our beautiful woodlands that surround the ELS. We registered to become ‘citizen scientists’ to count the birds we could see on a particular day before February. The children have enjoyed making homemade binoculars in Stage 3 and the children in Stage 4 and 5 made birdfeeders using the RSPB recipe to attract as many birds as possible. During our allocated time we spotted magpies, robins, sparrows, wood pigeons and blackbirds. We have uploaded our information to the RSPB website to support the wonderful work this charity does for our natural environment.

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Cancer Research UK - Year 7 & 8 Christmas Market


Our students outdone themselves at the Christmas Market. Year 8's had organised a variety of activities from a Lemonade stand to ping pong ball challenge. Year 7's had also organised a variety of activities from cookie decorating to a chocolate fountain and face painting. 

Well done to all students who were involved on the day and those students who contributed but couldn't be there. A big than...

Our students outdone themselves at the Christmas Market. Year 8's had organised a variety of activities from a Lemonade stand to ping pong ball challenge. Year 7's had also organised a variety of activities from cookie decorating to a chocolate fountain and face painting. 

Well done to all students who were involved on the day and those students who contributed but couldn't be there. A big thank you to the Year 7 & 8 parents, Reddam House Parents Association and staff - we raised a grand total of £274.16.

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