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Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Izzy Walton

  • Posted On: 29 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Izzy Walton

The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Izzy Walton, Year 13 student. Izzy was nominated by Mrs Collier who said: “Izzy has just succeeded in passing her GCSE maths.  This has been a long and tough uphill struggle for Izzy.  She has shown commitment and resilience by never giving up, turning up to almost all her resit lessons, putting in hours of effort outside lessons and maintaining her focus on achieving her dreams. 


Year 10 students excel at leading the Change4life Sports Festival

  • Posted On: 29 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Year 10 students excel at leading the Change4life Sports Festival

Richmond School hosted a fun sports festival aiming to engage those pupils who currently do not take part in sports. The event was attended by 10 Primary schools from around the area and was led by 27 of our Year 10 Student Leaders. The Year 10 students independently led a variety of games including golf activities, parachute games, dodgeball and obstacle relays, to name a few.


Getting in on the act!

  • Posted On: 28 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Getting in on the act!

This year, Richmond School Theatre Company are entering the One Act Play Festival which will be hosted at the Georgian Theatre Royal in April. The students compete in the northern preliminary round of the All-England Theatre Festival - the only countrywide elimination contest for one-act plays for performance throughout England. The festival provides a brilliant opportunity to showcase work and compete against like-minded groups, as well as benefit from expert adjudication. 


Getting down to Business at an early age

  • Posted On: 24 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Getting down to Business at an early age

A group of budding entrepreneurs attended a “Discovery Day” at The University of Leeds to gain an insight into the exciting and broad range of Business courses offered. Organised through the Excellence Hub, a partnership between the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York, the Year 7 and 8 students, were encouraged to think about how their core school subjects give them the skills and foundations for higher education.


Tom smashes through UK’s top 100 badminton players

  • Posted On: 23 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Tom smashes through UK’s top 100 badminton players

An accomplished young badminton player has achieved top-100 ranking in the United Kingdom.  Tom MacRae,  a Year 13 student, is only seventeen years old but has already reached an elite level in badminton that now puts him in the top 100 adults in the country.


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