Thomas Reddall High School is a comprehensive 7-12 school with a growing population currently 570 students.
The school has a dedicated staff focusing on quality teaching and learning promoting academic and social success. It is recognised for its outstanding student welfare and Vocational Education and Training programs. The school has a Support Unit consisting of an IM class, 4 Autism classes and 1 Multi Category Class. There is a 30% Language Background Other Than English (LBOTE) and 8% Aboriginal student population. The school offers student entry into Enrichment Classes in Years 7 and 8.
The school provides teacher professional learning that promotes staff leadership in developing whole school teaching and learning programs. These programs focus on supporting professional learning for experienced and new teaching staff. The main objective of Thomas Reddall High School is to work with the school community to ensure that excellence and equity in quality teaching and learning outcomes are provided for all students. The school has an effective Community Of Schools with our partner schools, Ambarvale Public School and Thomas Acres Public School, focusing on developing student leadership skills and interschool programs across all subject areas.
It has sustained productive relationships within and beyond the school community, with Western Sydney University, Ernst and Young, ABCN and Macarthur Work Placement.
Thomas Reddall High School is a comprehensive coeducational secondary school of with 600 students. The school will celebrate 25 years of outstanding public education in 2016.
The school has close ties with its community and has a high reputation in academic, cultural and sporting achievement and strives for excellence in all student activities.
We have a strong student Leadership Programs involving co-operation with The University of Western Sydney and the Australian Business Co-operation Network (ABCN)
Some of the school's priorities, developed in consultation with our community,
- * develop students as lifelong learners;
- * motivate students as responsible citizens;
- * ensure parents are well informed and involved;
- * ensure "a fair go" for all.