Monthly Archives: September 2015

WAR HORSE BLESSING

A small group of Prefects from The Romsey School attended the blessing of the War Horse Memorial on 20 September. The Civil Ceremony was hosted by Mayor Dorothy Baverstock in Romsey’s Memorial Park. The Ceremony was attended by representatives from a wide range of denominations and local organisations. Members of the public looked on as hymns were sung and pupils … Continue reading

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HISTORY PRIZE WINNERS

Nine pupils from The Romsey School have won prizes in a local history competition run by The Romsey and District Society. The Warner Competition is run annually and prizes are awarded through the generosity of a trust set up by Sybil Warner’s late husband. The main objective of the competition is to get KS3 pupils interested in local history. Pupils wrote … Continue reading

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Assessment of pupils in key stage 3 at The Romsey School

As part of the reforms to the national curriculum, from September 2016 pupils starting in Year 7 will no longer have been assessed using national curriculum levels at key stage 2. There is also no longer a prescribed method of assessment for secondary schools during key stage 3 and at The Romsey School we have been investigating different assessment models … Continue reading

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Our statement of British values and how we keep our children safe

Statement of British values and how we integrate this into our curriculum British Values and Diversity ‘Schools should promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs’ enable students to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence. enable students to distinguish right from wrong and to … Continue reading

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