The Reddam House philosophy encourages individuality, personal growth, self-confidence and the freedom of expression. The extent of this freedom is however defined by the Reddam House Discipline Code and the responsibility is placed on the student to enjoy the freedom within the parameters of this Code.
We expect our students to be courteous and well-mannered at all times. They are required to respect teachers, fellow students and the wider community; complete all homework and prepare adequately for tests and exams, and behave appropriately.
Personal pride is reflected in the student’s behaviour, attitudes and attire, which we expect to be of the highest standard. To this end, students are required to dress in accordance with the stipulated uniform and may not remodel or deface the uniform in any way; boys must be clean-shaven; students may not wear make-up; hair must be neat, tidy, appropriately styled and must be the student’s natural hair colour. Female students are required to tie their hair up (where applicable) and use appropriate hair accessories. Male students are required to keep their hair short. No jewellery other than one earring (sleeper or stud) per lower earlobe may be worn by female students. Male students are not allowed to wear jewellery. Contravention of any of the above may lead to disciplinary action. Consequently, we do take our discipline most seriously.