Author Archives: Romsey School

Climate change strike

You will be aware that there is another climate change strike tomorrow, which I am supportive of and will authorise absence as long as there is parental permission. There are a number of conditions; They have written to me directly – either via letter or email Their parents have confirmed their attendance is something they wish They are attending an … Continue reading

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The Bulembu Choir Event – June 26 2019

The Bulembu Choir Event – June 26 2019 – 7:30pm Join us as the Bulembu choir from the kingdom of Eswatini bring their message of hope though song and dance. Tickets available from: The Tourist Information Centre, Church Street, Romsey. £5.00 Adult £2.50 Children Contact:   /  Mobile: 07554 671676 Or online via:  

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Little Sunlights Nursery – Rated ‘Good’ in Ofsted Inspection.

We are extremly proud to annouce that our on-site nursery ‘Little Sunlights’ has been rated ‘good’ in its recent Ofsted inpection. @littlesunlightsnursery Well… done to the whole team! A great achievement! Effectiveness of leadership and management: Good Quality of teaching, learning and assessment: Good Personal development, behaviour and welfare: Good Outcomes for children: Good ‘Since the last inspection the new … Continue reading

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BTEC Construction and Sunlights Nursery

BTEC Construction On Friday 3rd May four Year 11 BTEC Construction pupils completed and delivered to the Sunlights Nursery a large set of Building blocks for the children to use. This project has been running over the last half term and involved Men’s Shed cutting the wood and my construction young men organizing and delivering many workshop sessions for four … Continue reading

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Sports Updates May 2019

U13 Girls Tennis – The girls kicked off their season in the LTA Team Schools tennis league with a competitive performance against Kings School in Winchester. The format is to play one set of singles and one set of doubles each. The girls took the game to 3 rubbers apiece and force a deciding championship tie break. Unfortunately they narrowly … Continue reading

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