Students

We place a very high value on enabling our pupils to develop into happy, well-rounded people who are stretched to achieve their best. Pupils are placed in mixed ability tutor groups and each subject sets pupils according to ability at an appropriate time. Setting in English, Maths and Modern Languages takes place early in Year 7. The role of tutors is important in supporting the personal, social and academic development of pupils. Tutors act as academic mentors to their tutees, analysing their working, attainment and attitude levels three times a year (often with parents) and setting appropriately challenging targets.

There is a programme for personal development learning delivered through the drama curriculum in lower school. The Personal Social and Health Education programme is delivered by a specialist team throughout the school and they are supported by tutors in tutor time. It is intended that tutors remain with their group throughout their time in school.

The oversight of the care of pupils is the responsibility of the five year leadership teams and the Deputy Head. The pastoral team maintains close liaison with educational welfare services and parents to ensure as much co-operation and support as possible. The school is open to parents at any time of the day so there are considerable opportunities for parental involvement.

We are very keen that pupils who are new to the school are well looked after. We have peer supporters who are older pupils trained to support their younger counterparts when they join the school and who stay with their tutor group throughout the first year. We are in close contact with all the feeder schools and at least one member of staff will visit each child in each school before they join us.

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Students News

Beacon School for Holocaust Education 2017-18

The Romsey School is proud to be one of 19 schools across the country to have been selected to be a Beacon School for Holocaust Education 2017-18. The Beacon School programme is led by the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education and funded by Pears Foundation, the Department for Education and the Claims Conference. One of our key aims as a … Continue reading

Welcome to Wonderland

Budding authors from The Romsey School recently took part in a competition run by Young Writers, to write a mini-saga of up to one hundred words. The story theme was Welcome to Wonderland. Interpretations of this title varied enormously and covered a variety of genres including science fiction, fantasy, mystery and horror. Twelve of the entrants were thrilled to have … Continue reading

Exam Day Results 2017

Exam Day Results 2017   Pupils and staff at The Romsey School are celebrating superb examination results again with 73% of pupils achieving Grade 4+ in English and Maths, an increase of 3% on last year. 80% of students achieved grade 4+ in Maths and 81% in English.  70% of pupils achieved 5 A* to C including English and Maths … Continue reading

Romsey2Kenya Information

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  

School Election Results 2017

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