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Richmond School students work hard to make this a Meet to remember

  • Posted On: 21 May 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Richmond School students work hard to make this a Meet to remember

Students from Richmond School and Sixth Form College have enjoyed dipping into the heritage of Richmond Meet, to create a fabulous display that will date back to 1898.

 

In preparation for the 2019 Meet, which takes place from Saturday 25th May to Monday 27th May, the students have been taking photographs of each of the Meet badges for display over the festival weekend. 


Sixth Form dancers jump for joy with unconditional university offers

  • Posted On: 13 May 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Sixth Form dancers jump for joy with unconditional university offers

Six Richmond Sixth Form College students are jumping for joy after achieving unconditional university offers to study dance from September.  The students all study dance at A-level and have chosen to continue their studies in this field, to develop both artistically and technically in a range of dance genres.

 

Louise Sharp has secured her place at Newcastle’s Dance City to study Professional Dance (BA Hons) for three years. Alicia Booth, Brandon Sutherland-Parker, Callum Wilson, Joe Grisdale, and Matthew Biggs all have guaranteed places on Middlesex University’s three-year BA Hons Dance Studies degree.


Alumna Fran Summers graces New York’s Met Gala

  • Posted On: 13 May 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Alumna Fran Summers graces New York’s Met Gala

Fran Summers was the guest of Burberry at the iconic Met Gala in New York.  Riccardo Tisci, Burberry’s Chief Creative Officer, created a bespoke dress for Fran, a stunningly beautiful long black silk design.

The Met Gala is hosted at the iconic Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and is the most-exclusive invite and biggest event on the fashion fundraising calendar.  The 2019 event was no exception and was a feast of fantastic fashion, film, music, art and epic red carpet entrances, with many famous faces, including Lady Gaga, Anna Wintour, Harry Styles and Serena Williams.


We need bags of your help at Tesco!

  • Posted On: 9 May 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
We need bags of your help at Tesco!

Voting is now open in Tesco, Catterick Garrison, to support our Sixth Form and Duke of Edinburgh students’ initiative to create a community garden. The project will involve the students creating an accessible self-sustaining sensory garden within the grounds of Richmond School to support children with additional physical and emotional needs.

 

You can cast your vote throughout May and June so, each time you shop, please do use your Bags of Help blue counters to support this fabulous cause.


Charlie races to first place

  • Posted On: 9 May 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Charlie races to first place

We are delighted to share news about Charlie Todd who left Richmond School in 2017.  In 2016, Charlie did work experience at a racing yard, he always had a passion for horses with an ambition of becoming a jockey. Fast forward to 2019 and Charlie is now a professional jockey and has recently been on Sky Sports after winning a race at Fakenham. 


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