Category: Senior News

Senior Prefect Appointments 2022

25th March 2022

  The Headmaster is delighted to announce the Senior Prefect appointments for 2022/23. School Captain is Louis Wilby and he is supported by the two Deputy School Captains, Dev Atara…

Reflection: Inclusivity

15th March 2022

Imagine what life would be like at the RGS if we were all the same, with each person having the same interests and passions, laughing at the same jokes and…

Chamber Choir Evensong at Winchester

10th March 2022

On Wednesday 9 March, the Joint Schools’ Chamber Choir ventured to Winchester for their first visit to sing Evensong in the Cathedral since 2016. This magnificent building, which has been…

Reflection: International Women’s Day

7th March 2022

Tomorrow, Tuesday 8 March, marks the annual International Women’s Day.  You may be wondering, what is the significance of this?  What is it going to do?  Well, it’s about appreciating…

Reflection: Reading

3rd March 2022

  When I was seven or eight, my dad would talk to me about the reading bug. Now, as a child I was not the sharpest tool in the shed,…

King’s Lecture

25th February 2022

Martin Tyler – King’s Lecture  The RGS was delighted to welcome Martin Tyler back to the RGS to deliver this term’s King’s Lecture.  From Anfield to the Auditorium in successive…

Reflection: Partnership

23rd February 2022

  We often hear of all sorts of different partnerships, whether that be a marriage partnership, a business partnership, or a sporting partnership. Yet if there are so many different…

Musician of the Year

10th February 2022

  Since its inception over twenty years ago, the final of the Steynor Prize or RGS Musician of the Year has undoubtedly become one of the highlights of the musical…

Reflection: Respect

8th February 2022

The theme for this week is Respect. Respect is arguably one of the most important School Values, because the other ones all rely on it – how can we be…

DNA

2nd February 2022

Senior Drama Performance A leaf-strewn woodland setting, polluted by litter.  A dumped shopping trolley; a discarded kids’ tricycle.  Pools of ambient lighting and the incessant, inescapable backdrop of bird song. …