At Redbrook Hayes we are proud to be a community school and through our learning we make the most of every opportunity to support and enhance our local area and community.
Each year in July Brereton village puts on its very own carnival with a procession and fete in the local park. Redbrook is proud to support this important community event, and we have been taking part in the procession for the past 3 years.
St. Michael's Church, Brereton
We regularly take part in services and events at our local Church, from joining in with Harvest Festival collections, to decorating Christmas Trees for the annual Christmas Tree Festival to singing at the opening of the Church fete.
Each year we also take part in the Rugeley School's Peace Service at St. Augustine's Church, where learners from our Year 5 class deliver a presentation on the importance of peace around the world.
Since February 2017 we have been working with our sporting partners at 'Rugeley Runners' to host the Rugeley 10. The Rugeley 10 is a 10 mile road race featuring a challenging and undulating course which starts and finishes at Redbrook Hayes School. This is a real community event and we are proud to support the promotion of sporting activities within our local community. Please click below for more information.
Rugeley 10 Gallery - February 2018
Rugeley Lantern Parade
Each year our Year 4 learners, along with their families, take part in the Rugeley Lantern parade which marks the switch on of the town's Christmas lights. Working with CESS group, learners create bottle lanterns to parade through the town to spread a little Christmas cheer.
Brereton Lantern Parade
Each year the whole school joins in with the Brereton Lantern parade which marks the opening of the village Christmas fair. Every child in the school creates a Christmas lantern to bring on the parade which leaves from Redbrook Hayes and proceeds down Redbrook Lane to Ravenhill Park. this is always an enjoyable evening with lots of Christmas cheer.