Our school has high expectations of pupils, staff, parents and governors alike and we work in close partnership in order to ensure that everyone strives to give of their best.
By treating pupils as individuals and building on their personal strengths, we aim to prepare them to contribute positively to the wider community. We also aim to develop an enthusiasm for learning, which we hope they will carry into adult life
For all pupils we provide:
- a rich and varied curriculum
- high quality teaching
- effective pastoral care
- excellent well-maintained facilities
- outstanding academic results.
In return we expect:
- high standards of work and behaviour
- a positive attitude to learning
- a commitment to “improving on our previous best”.
Looking for information on our school trip to Kenya? #Romsey2Kenya Here you can find all the required outlets the school will be using. Please note some of them wont become active until the trip starts! Next Trip is: July 2017 Follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Romsey2Kenya/ Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/romsey2kenya?lang=en Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQfOa0iKpf4T79gpYFmD3Mw
The Romsey School Open Evening 2017 Open Evening will be on Thursday 5 October between 5.30 and 8.00pm. Interested parties can come at any time between those times. Tours of the school and a chance to meet with Senior Team will be held Monday – Thursday during the mornings on the weeks of 9 October and 16 October. Please call reception (01794 … Continue reading
We had a mock election in school. The aim of this is to teach the pupils about the first past the post system of elections we have in the UK. To do this each tutor group will be a constituency totaling 36 constituencies. Each tutees chose between the five main English parties: Conservative, Labour, Lib Dems, Green and UKIP. These are the results … Continue reading
Pupils at The Romsey School recently enjoyed an enrichment weekend on the Jurassic Coast during which they got a taste for A Level Geography in the great outdoors. The group was based in the Studland area which boasts many awards including a Site of Special Scientific Interest designation and is home to all 7 British reptiles. The first task for … Continue reading
During the Easter break Year 10 Geographers from The Romsey School travelled to Iceland for an unforgettable experience. Within an hour of arriving at Keflavik Airport it became apparent that there would be an opportunity to see the magical Northern Lights. The group were taken to a viewing station 45 minutes South of Reykjavik and soon found themselves gazing at … Continue reading