Redland Green School

RGS Bristol

Student Drop-in Services at Redland Green School

Students now have on-site access to health care (emotional and physical) and academic and career guidance through Redland Green School's drop-in services. Below is a summary of the services available:

Service When & where the service is available How to use the service 
School Nurse Monday lunchtime, C4.23 Drop-in
Brook Outreach Project Monday lunchtime with Anna and Teena, C4.24 and C4.25 Drop-in
Bristol Drugs Project Tuesday 8.45-10.45 with Jayne, C4.24 By appointment
Connexions Information and Advice Friday break time with Clare, C4.25 Drop-in or make an appointment


If you wish to see any of the above you can also make an appointment through your Mentor or Head of House.

School Nurse Service

The school nurse holds a drop-in session on Monday lunchtimes. Students are welcome to go to C4.23 to discuss anything they are worried about. Any issue can be discussed including concerns about health or student's emotional well-being.

Bristol Drugs Project

Bristol Drugs Project provides support for young people around drug and alcohol use. They offer a confidential, non-judgmental, one to one service, which enables students to work through their drug and alcohol related issues and achieve their goals. Bristol Drugs Project can also help students if someone close to them is struggling with drug and alcohol abuse.

Redland Green School's Youth Worker at Bristol Drugs Project is Jayne Archer and she will be in school every Tuesday from 8.45-10.45am in the Sofa Room (C4.24). To book an appointment students can:


Telephone: 0117 9876008/07792 308287

Brook Outreach Project

Brook Outreach Project has started a confidential sexual health drop-in at Redland Green School on Mondays during lunchtime. The project is now running in 21 schools and other educational organisations around Bristol. Students will be able to get support and advice around sexual health, relationships, sexuality, puberty, contraception, pregnancy and STIs. The drop-in is for everyone and a young person does not need to be sexually active to use the service. Staff will be working closely with other agencies that can support young people.

The drop-in will be based at: Level 4 (Red Floor), rooms C4.24 and C4.25.

Youth worker Anna Karlstrom and sexual health nurse Teena Cross will be working at the drop-in. The drop-in is also part of 4ypbristol that offers sexual health support to young people and parents/carers. For more information please visit

Outreach youth worker, Anna Karlstrom 07920 268 342

Sexual health nurse, Teena Cross 07818 579453

Office telephone number 0117 945 0728


Clare Rodaway, Redland Green School's Connexions Personal Adviser, is a regular visitor to the school on Fridays, providing students with information, advice and guidance.

If you would like to make an appointment to see Clare, you can ask your Head of House or contact the school office.

For more information about Connexions see