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.
UPDATED – 31st Aug 10am Please note. Our email has now switched over to Gmail. Over 631297 Emails have been transferred to the new system, plus Calendars & Contacts. Please note although I have transferred us to GMAIL your actual email address remains the same; eg. firstname.lastname@example.org You will not be able to login to school email from home unless you come … Continue reading
As preparations for the annual Literary Festival at eight Hampshire secondary schools get underway, a new logo has been chosen for 2018. Each year all the schools run a competition for pupils to design a suitable logo reflecting the themes of the festival – reading, creative writing, poetry and illustration. The Romsey School were successful once again as Year Nine … Continue reading
Tailor Made Kitchens and Bargate Homes, two Romsey based companies, have kindly sponsored the Boys Hockey team and brought them a new playing kit. After hearing about the U14 boys success in winning the County Hockey Tournament the two companies helped celebrate their success with providing them with a brand new kit ready for the next season. They boys could … Continue reading
During the summer of 2019, 13 pupils from The Romsey School will be embarking on a 2 week long expedition to Finland. During this time they will cover over 200 km on foot, and by mountain bike and canoe. The main focus of the expedition is on team building, leadership and personal development. The pupils are all responsible for raising … Continue reading
Teenagers with a natural aptitude for Mathematics visited the Port of Southampton to take part in the second ABP Maths Challenge. The competition was designed to allow students to apply broader aspects of mathematical thought processes rather than simply doing the type of questions they will see in their GCSE exams. Staged in partnership with Applemore College, the event attracted … Continue reading