Welcome to the children’s section of Red Hall’s website. We have been learning about our school values in assemblies.  

Bethany has written a poem:

Isn’t it right we are all equal?

We all have the right to enjoy school,

Be treated kindly, not like a fool

We should all speak our minds

Our rights should not be declined,

We are equal,

We all have the right to follow our dreams.

Express yourself; don’t be afraid to stand up

Be you

We are equal.

Kara has also written a poem on respect:

If we cannot respect another, how can we expect that respect for us?

Everyone expects respect, no matter who they are.

The only way to gain it is to start treating everyone as a

Friend, a brother, a sister, as part of our extended family.

No matter what colour or creed

Then only then you will start to get the respect

You so dearly crave.


Here you can access the Online Learning page for Red Hall students; find out about what’s going on in each group and view important e-safety information.

Click here for the SMART rules of staying safe online.

Think yout know 8-10 year olds


CEOP’s e-safety website, designed for 8-11 year olds, where you can find out loads of information on how to stay safe and have fun online.




thinkyouknow for parents


Parent or Carer? If you need more information about keeping children safe online, or if you have a specific concern and would like to make a report directly to a Police e-safety expert, click here to access the National Crime Agency’s CEOP for parents and carers website.

If you think it’s really serious and there is no adult around that you can talk to, you can use the CEOP button to make a report directly to the police. Just click on the button below.

ceop button