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08/02/2017

Y8 Children’s Mental Health Week

Children's Mental Health week, from Monday 6th February until Friday 10th February 2017. This week our wonderful Year 8 Students have been supporting Children's Mental Health week by spreading #alittlekindess For more information please click the link below: https://www.place2be.org.uk/our-story/childrens-mental-health-week/

26/01/2017

Our annual production: Billy Elliot

Ringwood School students will take to the stage to perform the hit musical production of Billy Elliot, from Tuesday 14th until Saturday 18th February 2017. Ringwood's reputation for staging shows of an incredibly high standard will continue as we are expecting sell out audiences across the evenings. To get inspired, 92 of our students went to see the professional production of Billy Elliot at the Bristol Hippodrome. Students who saw the show loved the choreography, drama and funny dialogue. This...

24/01/2017

National Storytelling Week

National Storytelling week from 30th January until 3rd February 2017. 2017 marks the 17th year of its Annual National Storytelling Week. At Ringwood School we are celebrating this by having a Teacher read a book each breaktime in our Learning Resource Centre. Today saw our wonderful Mrs Woolfenden entertaining students with 'A little, Aloud, for Children' by Angela Macmillan.

23/01/2017

Year 10 Duke of Edinburgh Training weekend

A group of Ringwood Year 10 students have successfully completed their first Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Training this weekend 20th-22nd January 2017 at Foxlease Guide Activity Centre, Lyndhurst, New Forest. The training focussed on a variety of areas such as compass skills, using a stove, walking techniques and first aid to name a few and will prepare the students for future Duke of Edinburgh weekends between now and July 2017. Here are a selection of photos from the weekend. Ringwood is...

18/01/2017

Holocaust Ambassadors visit to Auschwitz

Two of our Sixth Formers, Louise Diment and Talullah Lake, recently visited Auschwitz. Since 1999, over 30,000 students and teachers have taken part in the Holocaust Educational Trust's groundbreaking Lessons from Auschwitz Project. The LFA Project aims to increase knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust for young people and to clearly highlight what can happen if prejudice and racism become acceptable. Here is a brief reflective statement from Louise.