The History of Reddam House Bedfordview Private School

The History of Reddam House Bedfordview, a private school started in July 1993, armed with little more than enthusiasm, (some trepidation) and a dream for a credible Christian school, Bedfordview Christian College was born and the task of appointing teachers, advertising, registering the school with the Education Department and equipping the school began in earnest.
By Dec 1993 Christian Family Church had agreed to rent their Sunday school facilities for this purpose and there were 42 registered names (from 3 year-olds to Grade 7s).

January 1994 saw Bedfordview Christian College private school open its doors to 42 students and 4 teachers.
Following persistent requests from parents for a High School ultimately resulted in Reddam House College open for business with 201 students in temporary log cabins on the Bedfordview Christian College property on Wednesday 29 January 2003.

Following negotiations with Mr Graeme Crawford, the founder of the Reddam House group, Bedfordview Christian College was incorporated under the banner of Reddam House and all Grades 4 to 9 BC High students – the forerunner to Reddam House – were incorporated into the new school.

Now, twenty one years later, Reddam BCC and Reddam Main Campuses combined have grown into a private school in excess of 1300 students across the Early Learning Stage, Senior Preparatory and College phases.
History - First class
1994 – with only 42 students on Day One this was the start of big things