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Students play for North Yorkshire squad

  • Posted On: 9 October 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 109
Students play for North Yorkshire squad Schoolboy footballers have scored another success after securing nine places in the county side. Students from Richmond School and Sixth Form College will again play for the North Yorkshire squad after successfully completing rigorous trials for places in the U16 and U18 squads. Adam Walker, 17, Sean Thompson, 17, Josh Devlin, 17, Nathan Simpson, 16, Ryan Hart, 16, Thomas Gilroy, 17, Joey Hope, 15, Dan Luck, 15, and Sanny Lingthep, 15, continue a tradition at Richmond School and Sixth Form...

Year 6 Open Evening

  • Posted On: 9 October 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 139
Year 6 Open Evening Students share friendly nature of school as they open doors to next generation of learners

Students have been inspired by a national expert on dyslexia

  • Posted On: 21 September 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 261
Students have been inspired by a national expert on dyslexia Students have been inspired by a national expert on dyslexia as their school launches a new website showcasing how it helps overcome learning difficulties. Blogger Sean Douglas urged Year 11 and Year 10 students at Richmond School and Sixth Form College to have the confidence to know their own minds. “Everyone is different and everyone has their own way of doing things,” he said. “We know what is good for us so do things in a way that best suits your brains and find ways to build your...

The A Team

  • Posted On: 30 August 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 855
The A Team Ben Rainbow, 18, of Richmond, gained an A* in computer science ranking him in the top 50 in the country, A* in maths and As in further maths and physics, to read computer science at St Chad’s College, Durham, forgoing an offer from Cambridge University. “I’m looking at a career in cyber security which, in the current climate, is definitely going to be a growth area. I’ve always been interested in devices, since I was a child and used to dismantle and rebuild them so my parents didn’t realise...

GCSE Results Day

  • Posted On: 25 August 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 1084
GCSE Results Day Team GB athlete Jake Stephenson ran the extra mile in his GCSEs securing top grades on on the heels of winning a bronze medal for his country. The 16-year-old Richmond School and Sixth Form College student took a podium place in the Canada Duathlon as a member of Team GB’s under 20s squad. Back in Yorkshire, the Richmond and Zetland Harrier celebrated results including three A*s, three As, an eight in maths and a B and C. He plans to stay at Richmond Sixth Form to study A levels in...

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