Here at Reddish Vale High School, we take great pride in the vast array of additional opportunities we are able to provide to pupils.
Learning inside the classroom is the key success in GCSE's, but we also believe that so much more knowledge and skills can be developed beyond the classroom.
For more information about school trips, please contact the school.
September 2019 - Cultural Capital - People's History Museum / Manchester Art Gallery
As part of the Year 9 Curriculum, students are studying a Cultural Capital lesson, where they will gain a greater depth and understanding of their history and culture within Manchester. The course includes humanities, art, dance, drama and music. During September students have visited The People's History Museum and Manchester Art Gallery to begin their studies into Manchester including elements of The Industrial Revolution and Peterloo.
Students participated in workshops at The People's History Museum where they became newspaper reporters focusing on the events of Peterloo, exploring the life and conditions of people in Manchester at that time.
1st October 2019 -Restorative Justice Ambassadors - Anti Bullying
Our Restorative Justice Ambassadors from Years 8,9 and 10, represented our school at an Anti Bullying training event at Hazel Grove High School, hosted by the Diana Award and Facebook. At the event they took part in lots of team building sessions, explored the different types of bullying, the difference between bullying and banter and planned a campaign about what they want to do in school to promote Anti-Bullying.
10th & 11th October 2019 - Year 7 Trip to "Go Ape"
We took our year 7s on a fantastic day out to "Go Ape" in Delamere forest.
Pupils took part in the Treetop Challenge; a 2-3 hour experience to encourage teamwork, confidence and communication. Featuring Tarzan swings, zip wires and wobbly obstacles. Followed by Gorilla Games; these games develop key life skills such as communication, leadership and of course, teamwork.
Visiting The Lowry, Salford
On Thursday 11th October, some of our year 8, 9 and 10 Dance students visited the Lowry, Salford to watch the Triple Bill evening performance by the renowned Rambert Dance Company, ‘Life is a Dream’.
The stunning performances were truly inspiring and the students' maturity and behaviour was impeccable. They were an absolute credit to the school.
Ashton 6th Form College Performance
On Thursday 7th November, some of our talented year 8 and 10 dancers had the opportunity to perform with other dancers from across the area as part of the show, ‘Lest We Forget’ in memory of those lost at war.
The dancers performed two pieces, ‘Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’ and ‘Lament’ at Ashton 6th Form College as part of the event which raised £1,006.00 for the Tameside veterans. The students performed beautifully and it was a privilege to be invited to dance at such a poignant event.
11th December- Peter Pan Trip
40 pupils in year 7 went to see a production of Peter Pan at The Storyhouse in Chester. The students really enjoyed themselves and thought the performance was excellent. They represented the school really well.
12th December- Watching 'Six' at the Lowry, Salford
A mixed group of GCSE pupils attended the smash hit musical Six at Lowry, and really enjoyed the performance. It was a fantastic experience for some of our GCSE pupils to see a live theatre performance.
Rewards Trips on the 19th December 2019
Over 200 of our students from year 7-11 have attended rewards trips as a reward for their outstanding attitude to learning and excellent attendance.
They are excellent ambassadors of the school and thoroughly enjoyed their visit to either ‘Sleeping Beauty’ on ice, or the cinema.
GCSE Drama Theatre Trip
On 14th January, some of our GCSE Drama students went to see a performance at the Lowry Theatre, Salford, which will be used as their GCSE text in their written exam.
Bury Training and Safety Centre visit
On Tuesday 21st January, 10 of our students visited the Northwest Fire Service Training facility in Bury. Students got the chance to see many roles of this profession and take part in interactive activities around training to work in uniformed services, as well as have the opportunity to speak to Fire officers, first response staff and support roles.
“ It was amazing to see how the fire-fighters prepare and to experience some of the risks they go through.“
Year 8 students visited Jodrell Bank on the 3rd March 2020. They visited the exhibitions, looked at the giant telescopes and then spent time in the arboretum.
Please visit our Events Gallery for photos of this school trip.
The Sharp Project
We took 9 of our Year 8 students to The Sharp Project in Greater Manchester on Thursday 5th March. The students learnt about the company's background and ethos, before participating in workshops, lead by Sharp Futures, where they were able to gain insight into digital marketing and commercial photography career and apprenticeship opportunities.
The students represented the school really well, were exceptionally behaved throughout the whole visit and really enjoyed both of their workshops.