Month: March 2024

Senior Prefects

22nd March 2024

The Headmaster is delighted to announce the Senior Prefect appointments for 2024/25.  School Captain is Charlie Everitt and he is supported by the two Deputy School Captains, Thomas Bull (who is also House Captain of Beckingham) and George Christiansen.   Senior Prefect Co-ordinator is Harry Simmons. The other House Captain appointments are as follows: Austen House…

A Chaucerian Pilgrimage to Oxford and London

20th March 2024

On Sunday 17 March, the Sixth Form A-Level English Literature students undertook their very own Chaucerian pilgrimage to experience a day of activities centred on the “Father of English Poetry”. Last year, Professor Marion Turner, the J.R.R. Tolkien Professor of English Literature and Language at the University of Oxford, published a widely celebrated “biography” of…

World Book Week

20th March 2024

We celebrated World Book Week from 4-8 March. Pre-Prep enjoyed a host of book-themed events and activities including a trip to Waterstones to hear some stories and swap their World Book Day voucher, a visit from Aesops Touring Theatre Company to perform the Hare and the Tortoise which links to our School Value of respect…

British Science Week

20th March 2024

On 8 – 17 March we honoured British Science Week, exploring the theme of Time. This year’s activities demonstrated that science isn’t confined to Science lessons – it’s everywhere, all the time and is woven into every subject we teach. Teachers across departments integrated scientific principles into their subjects. Geography delved into experiments on erosion,…

Field Day 3

15th March 2024

Friday 8 March was Field Day 3, the highlight of the co-curricular calendar which offers an exciting array of activities for our students. Our First Form students are rotating activities over this and the next Field Day. Half ventured to the London Science Museum, while the remainder enjoyed sports coaching and a trip to the…

German Trip to the British Film Institute

15th March 2024

On Thursday 14 March, we took the Fourth Form Germanists to a GCSE German Film Study Day at the BFI where, alongside approximately 400 other German students, we watched a series of film clips ranging from a stop-motion animation to a dystopian sci-fi thriller. In addition to describing and predicting the various plotlines, they learnt…

Oliver! Review

14th March 2024

Jam packed with boisterous and poignant songs, mischievous urchins, loveable rogues and more than a touch of menace, the RGS production of Lionel Bart’s much-loved musical Oliver! transported audiences to the world of Oliver Twist, based on Charles Dickens’ classic novel.  The moody set vividly invoked the sense of Victorian London street life as well…

Reflection: Innovation

11th March 2024

When we think of innovation, we often think of grand milestones, such as the first mass production of a car, or the people behind those milestones, like Henry Ford; however, there is much more to innovation than just the gleaming achievements.  Innovation takes hard work, passion, and belief, which often go unnoticed.  If Ford did…

The Lonely Londoners at Jermyn Street Theatre

7th March 2024

The Upper Sixth A-Level English Literature students were fortunate enough to attend the world premiere of the first-ever stage adaptation of Sam Selvon’s iconic novella about the Windrush Generation, The Lonely Londoners. The production was performed at Jermyn Street Theatre, an intimate space close to Piccadilly Circus in the heart of London’s West End, and…

International Women’s Day

4th March 2024

When considering our aspirations and goals, we often have specific individuals who have already achieved what we aspire to at the forefront of our minds, and often those considered by men, are men. Whether Bill Gates, Ben Ainslie, Jamie Dimon, or Adrian Newey, studies show that male role models have the advantage in the male…

Open Events

Our next Open Events take place as follows:

RGS Prep: Open Morning Wednesday 8 May for those considering RGS Prep for September 2024 or 2025.

RGS Senior: Small Group Tours in the Trinity Term for those currently in Year 5.


Our October Open Days will open for bookings later in the Trinity Term.
Register your details for Prep or Senior here and we will email you as soon as the dates are available to book.

We look forward to welcoming you to our school.