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”.
FREE GCSE Maths Revision Days During Easter Holiday: 10-12th April Is your son/daughter worried about the maths GCSE examinations they will be taking this summer? Are they working at a grade 3 or 4 but aiming for a grade 5 to help them with their college application? Would they like Domino’s Pizza for lunch for free? If you know your son/daughter would … Continue reading
Over the half-term break a group of 32 Key Stage 4 pupils and staff from The Romsey School travelled to the South of France. This was the sixth trip to Nice led by the Languages Faculty with the intention being to provide not only spoken language opportunities but also a memorable cultural experience. Saturday was spent in the town of … Continue reading
Students from this school will be making the news for real on Thursday 15 March 2018 as they take part in BBC News School Report. School Report 2018 Reports will appear here: You can also take a look at what our students produced in previous years. BBC School News Report 2017 Archive BBC School News Report 2016 Archive BBC School … Continue reading
The Red Ribbon – Cross-curricular Holocaust education This year, The Romsey School are fortunate enough to be one of 19 schools across the country to be selected to work with University College London (UCL) as a Beacon School for Holocaust education. The school are working closely with the Centre for Holocaust Education at UCL and other local schools to create … Continue reading
Around 70 pupils from years seven and eight at The Romsey School were delighted recently to be selected to receive a free book. The Bookbuzz scheme is run by The Reading Agency and gives schools the opportunity to purchase books at a significantly reduced price, to give to pupils as a way of encouraging reading for pleasure. The pupils who … Continue reading