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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

  • Posted On: 5 December 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 228
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat A Kaleidoscope of colour will dazzle the audience as students of all ages blend music, dance and drama into a spectacular show for the community. Year 7-13 students from Richmond School and Sixth Form College will be joined by year 4, 5, and 6 pupils from Richmond Methodist School in an extravagant performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The Sir Tim Rice and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber classic will be staged at 7pm from December 13-15 with a matinee on the...

Forming of the new MAT

  • Posted On: 4 December 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 175
Forming of the new MAT Richmond School and Sixth Form College is joining forces with Stokesley School to offer even better learning opportunities for young people. Richmond School and Sixth Form College will leave local authority control on December 1 to join Stokesley School, which established a Multi Academy Trust in 2015. Areté Learning Trust will be looking to form future partnerships with similarly successful primary and secondary schools in North Yorkshire. Stokesley and Richmond both enjoy...

Student uncovers a hidden history

  • Posted On: 22 November 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 213
Student uncovers a hidden history History homework has sparked a story of love and war after a schoolgirl traced her family tree to a heroic soldier. Richmond School and Sixth Form College student Grace Morris was challenged to find a World War I story in her family and her research revealed a relative who won the Victoria Cross. The 13-year-old, of Hunton, discovered that her great, great, great uncle Edward Dwyer had single-handedly fought off German infantry, at the infamous Hill 60 in the battle of Ypres, by hurling...

​Students are offered a unique approach to fulfilling their dreams

  • Posted On: 21 November 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 208
​Students are offered a unique approach to fulfilling their dreams Students were offered a unique approach to fulfilling their dreams as a sixth form opened its doors to the community. Hundreds of Year 11s and their families descended on Richmond School and Sixth Form College to hear about past achievements and future plans. Head teacher designate Jenna Potter told a packed audience: “Our uniqueness is in the care and attention we give students and in the way we track their progress. “Additional help is always available. Our goal is to make their dreams...

Restart a heart programme

  • Posted On: 18 October 2017
  • Author: Ellie Blenkiron
  • Number of views: 413
Restart a heart programme A baroness paid paramedics and students a heart-felt thanks for their life-saving work which she believes should be rolled out across the country. Year 8 students from Richmond School and Sixth Form College were among 30,000 Yorkshire-wide learning CPR skills which have resulted in the best heart attack survival rates in the country. Nationally only 10 per cent of patients survive if they suffer a cardiac arrest outside of hospital. But in Yorkshire the rates are an incredible 43 per cent...

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