Reddam Early Learning School (ELS) LINDFIELD, is working closely with NSW Health to ensure the best precautions are in place to protect students and staff in our centre from COVID-19. As expected by medical authorities, cases of local community transfer of the virus have occurred in NSW.

The school has been informed today about the identification of a confirmed case involving a staff member who, for privacy reasons, cannot be identified.

Students, their families and staff have been informed of the situation, and the school is working closely with NSW Health to ensure they receive appropriate medical support. Information about the operational status of Reddam Early Learning School LINDFIELD is being provided to parents, students and staff through the school’s usual information channels.

The school will continue working with NSW Health to ensure strategies are in place to address developments in the COVID-19 situation.

In the world of eastern suburbs private schools, where reputations are built in sandstone over more than a century, Reddam House has been an enigma.

Reddam House joins the international Inspired Group

James Ruse Agricultural High was the state's top school for the 23rd year in a row this year, while Sydney Grammar rose to third place and Reddam House became the only non-selective school in the top 10.

Reddam House in Sydney's eastern suburbs surged up the HSC rankings last week to eighth spot, the only non-selective school in NSW to achieve a top 10 ranking, pipping top 10 stalwarts Sydney Girls and PLC, which between them have an extra 200 years of history on the Woollahra institution.