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Well-being fortnight

At Ringwood School from Monday 13th November until Friday 24th November 2017. Our well-being fortnight is for both our staff and students! From early morning mindfulness sessions, to craft workshops, lunchtime photo booths to dodge ball and table tennis, we are looking forward to promoting a 'happy healthy' you! Click on the links below to find out what's on offer this well-being fortnight: Students Well-being Fortnight: What's on at lunchtime for students! Well-being Fortnight: Student daily activities Staff Well-being Fortnight:...


Southampton Film Week Winners!

Ringwood School Year 13 Media students sweep up awards at Southampton Film Weeks College Film-making Competition 2017. The screening took place on Thursday 16th November at Southampton Solent University, where our Year 13 media students won all 6 available awards! A massive congratulations to all of our Year 13 media students, with a special well done to Phoebe Gibson and Livvy Savage who won 4 awards. The winning films are below to view via YouTube and some photos of our winners! Winners...


Sixth Form Open Evening Success!

We had our Sixth Form open evening on Wednesday 8th November.  It was a fantastic evening with our Director of Sixth Form giving two talks and our wonderful departments offering plenty to see and do! If you would like to gain an insight into the evening, please click here. For further information about our September 2018 intake please follow the link below: For an external application form, please click here.  


Ringwood in the News Autumn 2017

Ringwood School would like to welcome you to our latest edition of Ringwood in the News. For your perusal of our Autumn edition, please click here. If you our interested in reading previous Ringwood in the News editions, please click here.


Summer Expeditions 2017

Hannah Emecz - Rwanda  In July 2017 I went on a 10-day trip to Rwanda in Africa with Leah Keeping, Emily Symonds, Emily Howard, Lucy Brookes, Abbie Wilson, Mrs Henville and Mr Ostler. We visited schools and nurseries, a street children’s centre and learnt about the 1994 genocide at memorial sites through meeting and talking to widows. One of the places we visited was a local primary school called Excel School where we led a sports afternoon and taught lessons....