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BBC Radio Tees interview the Butterwick boys!

  • Posted On: 19 October 2018
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
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BBC Radio Tees interview the Butterwick boys! Andrew, James and Marcus were delighted to be interviewed by BBC Radio Tees this morning. They really enjoyed chatting to the reporter and answered questions about their cycling challenges that have raised over £4,800 for the Butterwick Hospice.  

Boxing Clever – wishing Ethan all the best

  • Posted On: 17 October 2018
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
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Boxing Clever – wishing Ethan all the best Please join us in wishing Ethan Hayden, in Year 10, all the very best as he competes in the Quarter finals of the Scottish Novice Boxing Championships, which are being held at Ravinscraig in Glasgow this weekend, with the Finals the weekend after if he progresses. 

Intrepid young cyclists power through £4,800 for the Butterwick appeal

  • Posted On: 17 October 2018
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
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Intrepid young cyclists power through £4,800 for the Butterwick appeal

Intrepid young cyclists, from Richmond School and Sixth Form College, have raised an incredible £4,800 for the Northern Echo’s ‘Backing the Butterwick’ campaign. In just five days, brothers James and Andrew Lunn, 13 and 11 years old, cycled 300 miles across the country from Richmond Surrey back to their home in Richmond North Yorkshire.  Meanwhile, back in Richmond, North Yorkshire, age 13, a school friend of James, who has Cardio Facio Cutaneous Syndrome, was keen to help with his own cycling challenge.


Ben leads the pack to be crowned British Cycling Youth Circuit Series Champion

  • Posted On: 10 October 2018
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
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Ben leads the pack to be crowned British Cycling Youth Circuit Series Champion

Ben Partridge, a fourteen-year old student at Richmond School, has completed a season of cycling at the top of his game, to become the U14 British Youth Circuit Champion.  Over the last seven months, he has been unstoppable in his quest to be crowned the winner, competing in seven intense rounds across the country. His training, hard work and determination have paid off and Ben is elated to win the series overall.


Baroness Hale honours students with a supreme speech

  • Posted On: 5 October 2018
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
  • Number of views: 194
Baroness Hale honours students with a supreme speech
The Right Hon. the Baroness Hale of Richmond DBE captivated students with a presentation about her path from a Richmond School pupil to the United Kingdom’s first female President of the Supreme Court. Over 200 students, including those studying A-level Business and History, were honoured to listen to Baroness Hale, who gave an interesting and animated account of her role as a sworn-in member of the House of Lords and the wide-ranging work of the Supreme Court. 

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