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Staff surprise students with live leavers' video performance at Prom!

  • Posted On: 25 June 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Staff surprise students with live leavers' video performance at Prom!

It was a night to remember for the students at Richmond School's Year 11 Prom, with all the glamour, glitz and pizazz of the Moulin Rouge, stunning dresses, sharp, swanky suits and bags of fun. However, it was a cleverly-crafted and executed surprise that made this night extra special and unique! 

Staff had been working behind the scenes to create the eagerly-awaited leavers' video and the germ of a genius idea took shape and quickly turned into reality - the final scene of the video would be filmed live, on stage, at the Prom. It was a risk, but the staff pulled it off, with a polished, energy-rich performance - Richmond School has a cast of The Greatest Showman that Hugh Jackman would be proud of!   The film was choreographed by Lead Dance Teacher, Danni Fox, with Jenna Potter, Headteacher, stepping up to the lead role, supported by a team of staff who danced, juggled, hula-hooped, can-canned and cart-wheeled: this was a colourful, action-packed and often hilarious interpretation of The Greatest Showman, ready to enjoy at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VD7HbBVHzH8


Tri Golf Festival is a hit!

  • Posted On: 24 June 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Tri Golf Festival is a hit! Tri Golf proved to be a huge success as we introduced it as a brand new event into the Primary Sport competition calendar on Friday 21st June. Seven local Primary Schools attended the event bringing a team of ten pupils (5 boys and 5 girls) from Years 4 and below. The pupils competed for points in 8 golfing activities but also gained bonus points for their ‘skills for life’ which included their cooperation, motivation and respect. The event was supported by Year 10 and year 12 pupils from Richmond School who added this event to their ever growing portfolio of leadership events. 

University courses from Art to Zoology

  • Posted On: 24 June 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
University courses from Art to Zoology

Over 120 Year 12 students attended UCAS Conventions, hosted at either Leeds or Sheffield Sheffield University. 

 

Students were able to meet representatives from universities throughout the UK, in addition to employers and apprenticeship providers. There were also seminars on Medicine, applying to Oxford and Cambridge, Natural Sciences, and Student Finance. 


Don't miss a summer celebration of dance on 15th July

  • Posted On: 21 June 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Don't miss a summer celebration of dance on 15th July Five Year 12 CTEC dance students are running 'A Summer Celebration of Dance' showcase at 7pm on Monday 15th July - 'A Summer Celebration of Dance'. The show will feature 60 students from Years 7 to 10, alongside performances from the five Year 12 CTEC dancers. Following the success of the Evolution Dance Showcase in March, this is anticipated to be a superb, not-to-be-missed show. Tickets for the showcase are available from student services or the main visitor reception and are £2 each (£1 for concessions). 

Georgie’s design strikes a chord with Richmondshire Concerts

  • Posted On: 21 June 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Georgie’s design strikes a chord with Richmondshire Concerts

A striking design, created by Richmond School and Sixth Form student, 13-year-old Georgie Hickman, has been chosen as Richmondshire Concerts’ committee members’ badge. Georgie’s stunning graphic was selected as the stand-out design for its interpretation of the Society’s identity.

Residents and visitors to Richmond have been enjoying a superb programme of world-famous classical musicians and groups for over seventy seasons, thanks to the support and success of Richmondshire Concerts.  The Society was looking for a new badge design for their committee members to wear at concerts, so they were easily identifiable to the audience and performers. Judy Moorhouse OBE has a longstanding association with Richmond School and proposed that with such a pool of creativity and brilliance on their doorstep, what could be better than to have a design from a student at the school.


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