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”.

Parents News

Executive Leader Retirement Announcement

Colleagues, Parents and Friends, After 39 years in education with 22 of those years in Headship, I would like to announce that I have informed the trustees of GMAT my intention to retire as from August 31st 2022. As you can imagine, the decision was extremely difficult for me personally, but I feel that after some challenging years with the … Continue reading

Assessment at The Romsey School

Assessment at The Romsey School Quality assessment is of utmost importance in securing pupil progress. This is why ‘Assessment for Learning’ is within Romsey School’s ‘Language for Teaching’. The key objective for all types of assessment at The Romsey School is that our pupils know how to improve. Our aim is to have an assessment process that puts the learner … Continue reading

Revisit Our Open Evening

You can still access our online version of the open evening here.    

The Romsey School Art Exhibition Moves into Town

The Romsey School Art Exhibition Moves into Town With Covid restrictions extended it looked like this year The Romsey School’s annual art exhibition would have to be cancelled. So, the Art Department got creative, determined to celebrate the artwork it’s year 11 students created during what has been a difficult year in education. Having spotted an empty shop window in … Continue reading

Year 6 – Year 7 Transition

Year 6 – Year 7 Transition Information is now online. You can access this directly by following the link below.

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