Monthly Archives: March 2015

Ultimate Pi day – A Sweet Treat for Young Mathematicians

The Ultimate Pi day come to The Romsey School in a big way. Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. This remarkable number has an … Continue reading

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Wessex Schools Literary Festival 2015 – Logo Winner Revealed

Young artists from eight local secondary schools were invited to submit designs for a logo for this year’s Wessex Schools Literary Festival. After sifting through dozens of entries a logo drawn by a Year 8 pupil from The Romsey School was chosen. Jessica’s design of a book tree complete with a wise owl reading will appear on the festival programmes … Continue reading

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Romsey Netball Club

Romsey Netball Club is a newly established club, set up to encourage people of all ages and abilities to get back into playing Netball, which they may not have played since their school days. Friends Stacey Olsen and Becky Colyer created the club after identifying a gap in the local area for women’s sport, and have received positive feedback from … Continue reading

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Free Your Feet

The school is current working in partnership with the charitable organisation ‘Living Streets’ to take part in an exciting project entitled ‘Free Your Feet’.  This project encourages as many members of our community as possible to take part in physical activity by walking or cycling to school, or taking part in more physical exercise in the evenings.  This will of … Continue reading

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Year 9 Pupils meet author, Bali Rai

A group of Romsey School pupils enjoyed a talk by popular teen author, Bali Rai recently.  Bali spoke to a large group of Year 9 pupils from local schools recently at Thornden hall in Chandlers Ford.  He spoke about the, sometimes controversial, content of some of his books but said he tried to portray the teenagers he wrote about in … Continue reading

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