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The Butterwick Boys are inspirational young people of the year!

  • Posted On: 11 April 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
The Butterwick Boys are inspirational young people of the year!

Three intrepid cyclists, who raised £4,800 for the Butterwick Hospice, have been recognised as inspirational young people of the Year with a prestigious award from Youth Focus: North East.

The award recognises the accomplishments of Richmond School and Sixth Form students,  brothers Andrew and James Lunn and their friend Marcus Weston, who conceived and achieved the daunting cycling challenge of Richmond to Richmond to support the work of the North-East’s Butterwick Hospice.


Girls score superb results at area football tournaments

  • Posted On: 11 April 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Girls score superb results at area football tournaments

Congratulations to the super-7-a-side footballers - Abbey Sankey, Connie Lord, Elsa Wright, Evie Gill, Faith Andrews, Lily Millar and Faith Andrews – who are the winners of the area tournament. No strangers to success, having already scooped the Year 7 5-a-side football tournament early in the year, the girls were most certainly on a roll.




Richmond Sixth Form footballers claim coveted County Cup

  • Posted On: 9 April 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Richmond Sixth Form footballers claim coveted County Cup

Richmond Sixth Form College football team have been crowned the Under 18 County Champions, beating Scarborough Sixth Form by a resounding 5-0 in this most-prestigious competition in the county footballing calendar.

 

Sixth form colleges and independent schools across the whole of North Yorkshire compete in the coveted knock-out competition, which saw Richmond Sixth Form College win five games to gain the trophy.  In the semi-final, Richmond defeated Queen Ethelburga’s College, 3-0, before meeting Scarborough at Whitby, with an incredible performance to secure the silverware.


Bumper Easter Newsletter!

  • Posted On: 8 April 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Bumper Easter Newsletter!

Our Easter newsletter is published and it's a bumper issue, bursting with news and celebrations across all aspects of school life.  From excellence in performing arts and sport to young community champions, please do spare a few minutes to browse through the pages http://www.richmondschool.net/Portals/0/Documents/6-News-Events/Newsletters/2019%20Easter%20newsletter.pdf


We need bags of your help please!

  • Posted On: 8 April 2019
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
We need bags of your help please!

We have been shortlisted for a public vote in Tesco's Bags of Help initiative!  Tesco teamed up with Groundwork, a UK charity, to launch its community - funding scheme which sees grants of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 – all raised from the 5p bag levy – awarded to local community projects.

 

Throughout May and June,  we are asking you to please use your Bags of Help votes to support our Sixth Form and Duke of Edinburgh students who will be raising funds to create a Community Garden – where these students will work with and support children with  additional physical and  emotional needs to create an accessible self-sustaining  sensory garden within the grounds of Richmond School.

 


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