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Catherine inspires students with her presentation

  • Posted On: 9 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Catherine inspires students with her presentation

Students, in Years 7 through to 11, were treated to a whistle-stop tour of an ex-student’s exciting career path since leaving Richmond School and Sixth Form College in 2005. Alumna, Catherine Parums opened the Aiming High assemblies by saying that our school values of creativity, excellence, independence, respect, resilience and teamwork are not just relevant in school, but throughout working life and they are values that she lives by. She told the students that they are very lucky to be at Richmond School which has developed so much and has such fantastic facilities.


Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Charlie Miller

  • Posted On: 9 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Charlie Miller

The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Charlie Miller, Year 10 student.  Charlie was nominated by Mr Birdsall who said: “Having taught Charlie since Year 7, I have seen a major change and development in him as he has gone through his journey at Richmond School. 


Three cheers for students as they lead the way to Atlanta

  • Posted On: 8 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Three cheers for students as they lead the way to Atlanta

A group of talented cheerleaders are preparing for a performance of a lifetime.  The seven students, from Richmond School and Sixth Form College, are heading to Atlanta as part of a team of twenty members of the Catterick-based Lazer Cheer Academy team where they will take part in the highly-regarded international Cheer Sport competition.

The competition draws in the top cheerleading teams from around the world. The students, aged between 11 and 17, are training rigorously to perfect their stunts, pyramids, tumbles, jumps and dance and are working on a show-stopping routine with which to impress the judges.


The Station launches an exciting new art workshop for young adults aged 16-25

  • Posted On: 8 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
The Station launches an exciting new art workshop for young adults aged 16-25

The Station, in Richmond, is excited to announce the launch of a specialty art workshop designed to help improve emotional well-being, relieve stress and build confidence in young adults. SPASE, or Stress and Practising the Art of Self-Expression, will be open to 15 young adults, aged 16-25. Beginning Thursday, January 30, 2020, this program aims to connect people with their emotions and others through mindful, artistic expression. Ten weekly art workshops will use a variety of mediums (drawing, painting, mixed media and digital art) to explore various emotional themes.


Alumna, Baroness Hale, President of the Supreme Court, guest edits Radio 4’s Today Program.

  • Posted On: 7 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Alumna, Baroness Hale, President of the Supreme Court, guest edits Radio 4’s Today Program.

Alumna, Baroness Hale, joined Jim Naughtie, Radio 4’s Today program special correspondent, for a tour of her home town of Richmond.  The interview, which was broadcasted on 27th December, included a visit to her former school, Richmond High School for girls, now Richmond Sixth Form College. Jenna Potter, headteacher, was delighted to host the visit and enjoyed listening to Baroness Hale share memories of her time at school.


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