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Comic Relief

Red Nose Day is back on Friday 24 March 2017. Much fun will be had, many lives will be transformed. Ringwood School will be raising money for this year's Comic Relief, by holding a Spud Day on Friday 24th March with a donation of £1.00 per student. Ringwood Sixth Form will be dressing in their P.J's, dressing gowns & slippers! (Teachers included) Red Noses will be on sale during Tutor time throughout the week.


British Science Week

Ringwood School is celebrating British Science Week, from Friday 10th March until Sunday 19th March 2017.  Throughout this time all tutor groups will be conducting in a CSI-style experiment; Monday 13th: Years 12 & 13 Tuesday 14th: Year 10 Wednesday 15th: Years 8 & 9 Thursday 16th: Year 7 Tuesday 21st: Year 11 On Wednesday 15th March & Thursday 16th March 2017, our Year 9 students were given a talk from a local science writer, Ann Fullick, in our LRC.


The Daily Echo School Awards

The awards evening took place at Talbot Heath School on Friday 17th March 2017. This was the second year of the Daily Echo School Awards. At the ceremony, short films of each nominee were shown to attendees before the winners were announced. Our very own Mr Massimino was nominated for PE Teacher of the Year and whilst Mr Massimino didn't win in his category, we are still very proud of him!


Apprenticeship Fair

Ringwood School's Apprenticeship Fair Tuesday 7th March 2017. As part of a National Apprenticeship Week (Monday 6th - Friday 10th March 2017), we hosted our forth annual Apprenticeship Fair,  open to students from Years 10-13. For an insight of what took place during the evening please see our Events Gallery. Apprenticeships represented at our fair: Accounting & Finance Dental Nursing Leadership & Management Agriculture / Conservation Digital, Social Media & Marketing Marine Engineering Animal Care / Zoo Management Electrical &...


World Book Week!

Thursday 2nd March 2017 World Book Day, celebrating 20 years! Ringwood School took part in World Book Day as a whole by reading a chapter from 'The Monkey's Paw' by W.W. Jacobs a supernatural short story, during the start of each lesson. Students also hosted a Book Fair in our Library every lunch time! On Friday 3rd March, we had award winning children's author Chris D'Lacey come into visit our Year 7. Chris D'Lacey is best known for his series...