Our school has high expectations of pupils, staff, parents and governors alike and we work in close partnership in order to ensure that everyone strives to give of their best.
By treating pupils as individuals and building on their personal strengths, we aim to prepare them to contribute positively to the wider community. We also aim to develop an enthusiasm for learning, which we hope they will carry into adult life
For all pupils we provide:
- a rich and varied curriculum
- high quality teaching
- effective pastoral care
- excellent well-maintained facilities
- outstanding academic results.
In return we expect:
- high standards of work and behaviour
- a positive attitude to learning
- a commitment to “improving on our previous best”.
You can view the photos from last Friday school prom by following the links on this post. You can view the full gallery or the YouTube video. You can view the leavers photos here: Or the video below:
The dates for the start of term in September are below as are the dates for our Open Evening and tours of the school. There is no need to book for open evening but tours can be booked by calling the main school office on 01794 512334. Monday 3 Sept INSET (1) Tuesday 4 Sept INSET (2) Wednesday 5 Sept … 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
A group of Year 8 pupils from The Romsey School had the opportunity to take part in a discussion panel with two authors of Young Adult fiction. Sara Barnard and Muhammad Khan gave a short talk about their books which was followed by pupils firing some thought-provoking questions at them. Sara spoke about her book, A Quiet Kind of Thunder, … Continue reading