Redgrave House

Hello, welcome to Redgrave House, a house that values all students, parents and staff and all the talents that they may bring! 

My name is Ronnie Kettlewell and I am Head of Redgrave House. I have been teaching at King’s School for many years and am very proud to be leading a team that has excellent standards and a fantastic attitude; a team that strives to bring King’s School and all those attending it the success we deserve.

Apart from house activities and competitions, my role as Head of House is to ensure that every student has the opportunity to excel and I will strive to make sure that the care, support and visions that you as parents, you as students and we as a staff expect, are fulfilled. Of utmost importance to me is that all students in Redgrave House are happy and achieve their full potential.

The tutor should be the first point of contact; however, I am always happy to discuss any issues or concerns that you may have. Please feel free to either phone or email me at any time. My office can be found at the end of the Humanities corridor in Block 15 on the first floor. I am always pleased to receive visits whenever I am there!

Redgrave has a challenging year ahead; we have lots of work to do to continually improve the new vertical Tutor System work. I look forward to undertaking this task with all students especially those in the senior part of the school who have a lot more input and responsibility within the new system. May I once again welcome you to Redgrave House! May this be a happy and healthy year for our students, and a year that brings with it great triumphs in every aspect of your child’s life.

Ronnie Kettlewell (Head of Redgrave House)

KCN.Redgrave@modschools.org

 
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About Sir Steve Redgrave
Steve Redgrave won five gold medals at successive Olympics from 1984 to 2000. He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2011 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
"Self-belief is probably the most crucial factor in sporting success. The bodies are roughly equal, the training is similar, the techniques can be copied, what separates the achievers is nothing as tangible as split times or kilograms. It is the iron in the mind, not the supplements, that wins medals”