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Students celebrate A-level success at Richmond Sixth Form College

  • Posted On: 15 August 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Students celebrate A-level success at Richmond Sixth Form College

Students at Richmond Sixth Form College are celebrating excellent A-level exam results which are leading to a significant group of this year’s leavers heading off to esteemed Russell Group Universities including Oxford, Durham, Warwick, Leeds, Manchester and Newcastle.

With an overall pass rate of 99.3%, there were numerous standout performers across a wide range of subjects. Students are set to embark on further studies from economics, engineering and maths to nursing, veterinary science and sport.


Judges blown away by stellar performances at Richmond’s Got Talent

  • Posted On: 18 July 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Judges blown away by stellar performances at Richmond’s Got Talent

Judges were blown away by the outstanding performances of students at Richmond School and Sixth Form College’s first-ever talent show.  The line-up of eleven acts included vocalists, musicians, a comedian and dancers, offering a rich and diverse programme that was a feast for the audience’s eyes and ears.


Victory for Year 10 cricket team in the Area Cup Final

  • Posted On: 18 July 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Victory for Year 10 cricket team in the Area Cup Final

Congratulations to our Year 10 cricketers who had a resounding victory in the Area Cup Final. The final score was Richmond 156-2 with Wensleydale 92 all out.  Notable performances came from Alex Percival and Angus Potter who scored 63 and 44 respectively.   Jim Bowler-Jones was the pick of the bowlers with 4 wickets and Alex Percival was crowned man of the match.


Special thanks to local business for work experience support

  • Posted On: 16 July 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Special thanks to local business for work experience support

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The School and Sixth Form College are extremely appreciative of the amazing support received from local businesses that enables our Year 10 and Year 12 students to spend a valuable week on work experience each year.  The Richmond Business Network meets each month for a business breakfast meeting and this month the event was hosted in the Sixth Form bistro, providing a great opportunity for us to thank the businesses for their commitment to the work experience programme. Three students were invited to meet the guests and talk to them about their successful work experience placements.  Year 10 students, Rowan Kodsi-Hall, Holly Brydon and Adam Dixon all received exceptional feedback from their placements.


Amelia wins role in first-ever Jacqueline Wilson film

  • Posted On: 15 July 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Amelia wins role in first-ever Jacqueline Wilson film

A young girl’s passion for Jacqueline Wilson’s books has led to her starring in the eagerly-awaited film adaption of Four Kids and It.  Amelia Woodward, a Year 10 student at Richmond School and Sixth Form College, is an avid reader and a regular visitor to bookshops in Richmond.  A recent purchase included a competition by Puffin Books to win a part in the new Jacqueline Wilson film and Amelia was delighted to be the lucky winner!


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