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Redmile C of E Primary School

Redmile is a small village primary school set in an idyllic rural location in the heart of the stunning Vale of Belvoir. The school is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is overlooked by the historic Belvoir Castle. Redmile caters for 84 pupils between the ages of 4 and 11. The original school opened in 1871 with extensions to the school being added in 1999 and 2001 to allow the school to take in more children.  The school has continued to improve over the last 3 years, which has been reflected in the Good grade awarded to the school by Ofsted.


Mission Statement: 

Learning and
Caring because
Our school
Matters to


We are dedicated to serving the community by providing our children with life skills to flourish in a diverse society. Every individual is valued and celebrated. Faith, spirituality, Christian and British values guide us through our journey at Redmile.


Our Values: 


  • Friendship - Bible Story of 'Ruth and Naomi' (Ruth 11-13 and 14-22)
  • Perseverance - Bible Story of 'Joseph and his Brothers' (Genesis 37-50)
  • Forgiveness - Bible Story of 'The Prodigal Son' (Luke 15:11-32)
  • Respect - Bible Story of 'The Good Samaritan' (Luke 10:25-37)


We aim to serve our community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of religious belief and practice. We encourage an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith and promote Christian and British values through the experience it offers to all our pupils.


Ofsted 2019:

“The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding. Pupils are confident and articulate learners. They become active citizens in the world, who are compassionate, tolerant and respectful of others. They are keen to make a difference.”



The percentage of pupils at Redmile who achieve at a higher standard in reading, writing and maths has, for the past 3 years, continued to be higher than both national and local authority average. With the average increasing between years for the results published.