Pupils benefit from belonging to a genuine community school, which results in:
- increased investment in the site and facilities;
- opportunities for pupils to contribute to and work within the community;
- a wider range of learning opportunities both during the day and beyond.
There is considerable community activity on the site which is open from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm on most days. There is a full programme of adult education classes, as well as the use of the facilities by local groups and organisations. The success of the community dimension was recognised by the achievement of the prestigious Schools’ Curriculum Award on three occasions and winning the national Community School of the Year Award in 2006 and 2007.
In School Provision: If you are a critical worker or your child is deemed vulnerable according to the DfE criteria you may register your child to attend our In School Provision during the national lockdown. Please use this form to do so. Please note that once registered, you will need to inform us if your child is not in school on any given day using the usual … Continue reading
Update 3rd March – Important Information about Reopening Following the Government announcements, we are very pleased to be able to plan our students’ return back to school, which will take place from 8th March onwards. Our students and staff have worked exceptionally hard whilst learning remotely, and they should be congratulated on this. However, during this pandemic we’ve all learned … Continue reading
The Romsey School Community Team were celebrating this week as they were the recipients of the Hampshire Education Award 2020 for Community Impact. The award was given for the incredible work the Community Team has achieved over the past 9 months not only supporting families during the lockdown but also the massively successful Connect4Summer scheme. The Connect4Summer scheme was awarded … Continue reading
Earlier this term The Romsey School went through the rigorous process of selecting its team of Senior Prefects from the pool of Year 11 students that achieved Prefect status in the Summer Term. Students were firstly nominated by their peers and then invited to an interview where they were put through their paces by an interview panel which included Headteacher … Continue reading
Gabrielle Bradbeer from The Romsey School has been accepted onto the prestigious Leadership Legacy Project by SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network. Gabrielle, who is a RE teacher at the school, will focus on literacy, working with a team whose goal is to improve confidence, specifically in terms of reading aloud, a skill that has been shown to have … Continue reading