Irwin Avenue, Rednal, Birmingham, B45 8QY

0121 453 2520

Rednal Hill Junior School


Welcome to Our School!

Rednal Hill Junior School comes under the umbrella of Birmingham local authority. It is situated on the south western border of the city close to the Lickey Hills at Longbridge. The area has a strong history with car manufacture although much of the original site has now been developed with a new technology park, housing and amenities.

The school was built in 1952 and has three forms of entry from Year 3 to Year 6. It offers full wrap-around care from 7.30am until 6 pm each day. The building provides access to the full range of curriculum needs and has its own purpose built dining and refreshment area. Good use is made of spacious grounds which provide ample scope for sport and recreation. Included in the grounds are a vegetable garden with woodland walk, pond and science area. 

If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our school website please see the school office. 

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Sing Up

Under the watchful (and inspirational) eyes of Mrs Hayes & Mrs Fowke we've taken part, for the second year running, in World Sing-Up Day Digichoir 2019. Schools from around the world joined together in song on 13 March 2019. Here's what they sound like all together. Check out our part in the event below. See 1mins 23 secs.

Race for Life

Well done to the Rednal Ravers. A great day and over a £1000 raised!

Lovely to see a few of our families there, also raising money.

Rednal Hill Choir entertains at Longbridge Village

Rednal Hill Junior School's Choir visited residents of Longbridge Village on Friday 25th May for an afternoon of songs and much fun was had by all. We'd like to say a huge thank you to all the residents who came along to see us and a big thank you to the staff who helped us organise.

The school would like to say a huge thank you to the fantastic children in the choir for being such great ambassadors and to Mys Hayes & Fowke without whom it'd never have happened!

Lynda from Extracare wrote "The children’s performance was a huge hit with our residents and they will definitely want to see your polite, well behaved children at their village again."

You can see their images and videos of their performance on the Longbridge Village Facebook page and on our own website.

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The process of applying for Free School Meals at Rednal Hill Junior School is clear and straightforward and may be done online or via Mrs Billingsley in the School Office.  Parents/Carers need to be in receipt of one of the following benefits to be considered eligible:

  • Income Support (IS)
  • Income Based Job Seekers Allowance (IBJSA)
  • Child Tax Credit, provided they are not entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual income that does not exceed £16,190 (as assessed by HMRC)
  • Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
  • Income Related Employment Support Allowance
  • Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (from the National Asylum Support Service)

NB: Working Tax Credits do not qualify you for Free School Meals unless granted to cover the four-week period immediately after employment ceases, or if the hours worked are less than 16 hours per week.

Free School Meals are available at Rednal Hill Juniors to pupils whose parent/guardian successfully completes the online application, using the above link.

If you are having difficulty completing your application, please speak with a member of staff in the School Office.

Rednal Hill Juniors School is a member of the NewStart Programme.  NewStart is a prevention and early-intervention programme to promote mental health and emotional well-being in our school communities.

Led by Birmingham Education Partnership and funded by the NHS, the NewStart programme aims to build resilience and well-being for young people through a school-based community development model.  

NewStart is working with schools to help staff know earlier when young people may be experiencing poor emotional health and to put support in place for them sooner.  Understanding how the whole school can support such students enables all pupils to achieve better outcomes.