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Year 11 leaving arrangements
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Year 11 – Exam / Leaving Arrangements As we are now in the throes of Y11 exam season, I draw your attention to the following arrangements for the coming weeks. Exam Leave Whilst students are expected to attend all remaining lessons until Thursday 23rd May, if they have an exam that is in the mornin…

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We are Wild About our Wallabies
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Today we have to say goodbye to our two Wallabies as they have been returned to the IOM Hospice for their Wallabies Gone Wild campaign. The students have been involved in the design and painting stages for each of the stunning Wallabies. We look forward to following the Wallabies Gone Wild trail ov…

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RGS buck the languages trend
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RGS are bucking the UK and Island trend with their uptake in languages next year. The trend at KS4 is supported with a diverse enrichment languages programme at KS5. Please listen to the item featured on Manx Radio this week for more details. RGS Languages interview

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Standalone Week launched for 2019
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The activity booklet for Standalone Week is now available. All students in KS3 should have received a copy. However if it has not made its way home then you can download a copy here Standalone_Booklet_2019_

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TT road closure information
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Please find below details of the potential road closures for the TT this year. This may impact particularly on year 11 and 13 students who have exams during race days. If this is the case access to the school can be gained via the footbridge at the entrance to the West building. 20190402_Department…

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German Work Experience programme was a success
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Last week 7 year 12 students from RGS and 1 student from QE2 travelled to the beautiful town of Bayreuth (located in south Bavaria, Germany), in order to carry out 5 days of work experience. Placements included: a primary school for international refugee students, a medical centre, working in an ad…

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RGS students encouraged to take part in History competition
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KS3 and KS4 History students have been invited to take part in a competition being run by the Isle of Man Victorian Society which is called “How has the Isle of Man changed during Queen Victoria’s Lifetime 1819-1901”. If you are interested in entering the competition which has some great cash prize…

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