RAMSEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL

DELIVERING EXCELLENCE FOR ALL

Way of Being

Ramsey Grammar School's "Way of Being" has been created by students and staff of the school to define the values and principles which guide our thinking and behaviour and support our quest for “Excellence for All”. We are hoping that these values will help us all to be more consistent in our expectations and in our way of behaviour and working, and also that they will help us to be the best people we can possibly be in every endeavour that we undertake.

Each half term, there will be a Way of Being focus and information will be posted on our Blog about some of the fantastic things that our students are doing here at RGS.

STORM BRENDAN- URGENT UPDATE FOR PARENTS/CARERS
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You will be aware that Storm Brendan is due to reach its peak at around 3.30 pm this afternoon. In order to do the best we can to ensure that the children are safe I have asked my staff to let them know the following: 1 All students who go home by bus (including from the bus station) are to go and…

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‘Thrilling’ success by RGS writers
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‘ Create a thriller in just 100 words’ was the challenge taken on by 97 RGS English students when they entered a Young Writers competition called SOS Hunted.We are proud to say that, of these,87 students have had their work accepted to be published in a book at the end of March. 20,000 students ent…

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6th Form Support Advantage Africa
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On Wednesday the 18th December, Sixth Form held a Non School Uniform day in order to raise money for their chosen charity, Advantage Africa. The One World Charity Challenge Team have chosen to advocate for this charity and will be hosting further fundraising activities next year. Advantage Africa s…

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The Science Behind Christmas
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Students across the school were treated today to a fantastic afternoon of science. Mr Reynolds investigated the chemistry of Christmas, looking at the food we eat at this festive time and creating silver coated baubles. Mr Reynolds also discussed the science behind Santa's magical journey on Christ…

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A busy time for historians at RGS
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Spirit of Normandy Trust WWII veteran, Hector Duff came into RGS today to present awards to students who had entered the Spirit of Normandy Trust, History Competition while they were in Year 9. Students had produced “Tell Me’ projects based on their relatives' experiences in World War Two. All stud…

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9C show kindness and think of our community
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9C have a busy week this week. Today 3 students took Christmas cards, which the whole of the tutor group wrote, to Beaconfield nursing home and delivered them to the residents. Aaron Rielly, Angel Murphy and Dalainea Brown went round the rooms delivering them to the residents in person. They were w…

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Family Communication Morning 4
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Tuesday 17th December from 9:30-10:30 We would love you come come and join us for our 4th Family Communication Morning. This week we will be looking at how to support an anxious child

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Success for RGS artists.
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Congratulations to Kyra Rimmer on being awarded 2nd place in the prestigious Sovereign Arts Foundation Student Prize Isle of Man 2019. Along with a piece by fellow RGS student Iwan Riley, Kyra's acrylic portrait of friend Alex King made a shortlist of twelve from which the panel of judges made thei…

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