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6 RGS Students make the Island Games Squads
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We are so proud to have 6 of our students representing the Island at the forthcoming Island Games in Gibraltar. · Kerenza Baker in Year 13 will travel with the Table Tennis team · Aimee Myers, Year 9 will compete with the IOM Swimming Squad, · Phoebe Coates Year 12 has been selected for Athletics a…

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Andreas students visit RGS
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17 Year 6’s from Andreas came on Tuesday 25th of June to RGS to enjoy a Textiles lesson. The students spent the first part of the afternoon learning to use the Sewing Machines and practicing their skills, then for the rest of the afternoon they made Monster Bookmarks using the skills they had learn…

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Armed Forces Day supported by RGS Students
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RGS were well represented at Armed Forces Day this year. As usual the sixth-formers did us proud and Alfie Bexon-Ingham whose dad is an ex-Serviceman represented KS3. RGS was also well represented in various cadet groups. Below, Alfie Bexon-Ingham talks to Hector Duff about his medals.

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Armed Forces Day supported by RGS Students
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RGS were well represented at Armed Forces Day this year. As usual the sixth-formers did us proud and Alfie Bexon-Ingham whose dad is an ex-Serviceman represented KS3. RGS was also well represented in various cadet groups. Below, Alfie Bexon-Ingham talks to Hector Duff about his medals.

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Success for RGS students
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“Ramsey Grammar School students were big winners in a competition organised by the Isle of Man Victorian Society to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria in May 1819. Students had to produce essays on ‘How the Isle of Man changed during Queen Victoria’s lifetime’. Topics…

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6th Form Senior Student Team Elected
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Last Friday saw the appointment of our new Senior Student team. The students were selected after a vigorous process which begun with the students putting themselves forward having being seconded by a fellow student and a member of staff. A ‘hustings’ was then held in front of the rest of year 12 an…

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Year 7 Historians vote for a new King
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Year 7 students have been running mock elections imagining that they are an Anglo-Saxon Witan electing a new king in 1066. In the lessons they combined issues that might concerned people in 1066, with issues that concern year 7s in 2019. Students produce campaign materials such as rosettes, posters…

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