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25/05/2017

Y9 Enterprise Fayre

From Thursday 18th May until Thursday 25th May 2017, Ringwood School Year 9 Business students took part in an Enterprise Fayre. Year 9 Business groups were set the task, to come up with a product to make and sell, to staff and students during lunch time. To find out which group could produce the most profit! Ringwood School our very proud of what our Year 9 Business groups were able to prepare and make. From personalised mugs, to a good...

24/05/2017

UNICEF’s – day for change!

On Wednesday 24th May 2017, Ringwood School took part in UNICEF's 'day for change'. We managed to fill a giant heart shape container on our tennis courts, during break time with our students and staffs loose change! In all those one and two penny pieces added up to £110. If you would like to see some photos of our collection taking place, please click here. If you would like to find out more information, please click the link below. https://www.unicef.org.uk/fundraise/fundraise-in-your-community/at-school/day-for-change/

16/05/2017

Ringwood in the News: Billy Elliot Edition

Ringwood School would like to welcome you to the late spring edition of Ringwood in the News magazine.  If you would like read our latest edition, please click here.

08/05/2017

Y10 Duke of Edinburgh practice weekend

Ringwood School's Year 10 students have successfully completed another Duke of Edinburgh Bronze practice expedition. The training focuses on a variety of areas such as; compass skills, using a stove, walking techniques and first aid. As well as learning vital team building skills, they can take away for use in the future. This will prepare the students for future Duke of Edinburgh weekend expeditions between now and July 2017. If you would like to gain more of an insight of...

27/04/2017

Grand Opening of our Geography Building

Ringwood School's grand opening of our new Geography building, took place on Wednesday 26th April. For our grand opening we had paleontologist Steve Etches MBE come in and do the honors in officially open our new Geography building. Steve's collection, known as The Etches Collection, is now housed in the Museum of Jurassic Marine Life, which opened in 2016. We also had the support of Ringwood's Town Mayor Tim Ward, who came to speak to our staff and students. To gain an insight...