Our Open Morning is two weeks tomorrow! Do pop along and find out what opportunities we can offer for your child: 9.30am - 12 noon. Our Headmaster Mr Reddin will be giving a talk at 11am. https://t.co/4mMil3va5q
Some Y13 students enjoyed attending the Oxford Uni Open Day to find out about how to apply, student life, subject-specific events held at faculties & tours of individual colleges. Lunch in the stunning surroundings of Magdalen College, famous for its tower & deer park https://t.co/IMhM1SySh8
Some of our Year 13 students enjoyed attending the Oxford University Open Day recently to find out about all aspects of application, student life, subject-specific events held at faculties and tours of individual colleges. A highlight of the day was lunch in the stunning surroundings of Magdalen College, famous for its tower and deer park. #RatcliffeOxbridge
The away rugby matches v Bablake on Saturday 22nd September are not being played at Bablake school but at their sports ground. The post code for this is CV62NB.
Unfortunately the U13B/U12B rugby match v Bablake on Saturday 22nd September has been cancelled. All other rugby fixtures are going ahead as scheduled.
Swimming training will be back on on Mondays. There will be no fitness suite on a Monday evening.
Unfortunately the U12B girls hockey fixture against Princethorpe this Saturday 15th September has been cancelled. All other games including the U12A game remain on as planned.
Good luck to the 1st team hockey girls in the ISHC cup today away against The Grammar School Leeds. For anyone traveling to the game it is at the school and the address is Allwoodley gates, Harrogate LS17 8GS. Start time 2:30pm
The Girls Hockey 1st team play in the first round of the ISHC cup this coming Thursday the 13th September. The fixture is away against The Grammar School Leeds. The game is a 2:30pm start and any support would be greatly appreciated. Wish the girls good luck if you see them
Our aim is to nurture the God-given talents of every student, whether academic or part of the co-curriculum, so that they achieve their greatest potential and are equipped academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually to go forth and make a positive difference to the communities in which they live and work.