21May 2019

We are pleased to inform you that our telephones are now working and you are able to contact reception on the following phone number:

01666 502378

24Apr 2019

Friday 3rd May

Tickets are selling quickly for our Auction Night to fundraise for our Social Spaces Project. We are delighted to have a variety of exciting auction lots that have been very kindly donated by many local businesses, attractions and local celebrities…with more still to be announced! Our current auctions lots are:

22Apr 2019

We hope that all of our students and their families have enjoyed a relaxing and enjoyable Easter holiday.

All year groups return to school as normal on Tuesday 23rd April (Week B).

Years 9, 10 and 11 will be able to wear the ‘summer uniform’ while Years 7 and 8 will continue to wear their shirts and ties.

26Mar 2019

Our Y7, Y8 and Y9 netball teams enjoyed a weekend competing in a PGL netball tournament. Mrs Oakley, Mrs Sharp and Mrs Brown were extremely proud of all our teams’ collaboration, resilience and teamwork. Congratulations to all our teams. A special mention must go to our Y9 netball team (below) for finishing in the bronze position, only losing to the eventual winners of the overall tournament.

SWR’s Y9 netball team presented with their bronze medals by England and Team Bath netball player Eboni Usoro-Brown
03Mar 2019

Thursday 7th March

We are excited that World Book Day is only days away and we have a number of events to inspire students to have fun with books.

On the 7th March, students are invited to dress to dress up as their favourite character from their favourite book. Many staff will also be involved and prizes will be awarded for the best costume at lunchtime.

We are also very pleased that the Yellow Lighted Bookshop will also be hosting a ‘pop-up’ book sale with all the latest authors. All students will be given a £1 World Book day voucher to contribute towards purchasing a book and students are encouraged to bring in a little extra money to help with any larger purchase.

Our English Department have also been running a ‘mini-saga’ writing competition which will be judged on World Book Day itself. Entry forms are still available from the library and a £5 World Book Day voucher will be awarded to the winning entry.

We would also like students and staff to enter our ‘get caught reading’ competition by bringing in a photo of them reading in unusual places. Entries can be posted in the box available in the library or to Mrs Eveleigh or Miss Trowell.

Happy World Book Day, we cannot wait!

27Feb 2019

Tuesday 5th March 2019

As part of our Personal Development curriculum, all students study drug awareness at an age appropriate level in every year group. We are pleased that we are now able to offer parents and carers the opportunity to attend talks and seminars on drug awareness on Tuesday 5th March at 6pm in the Main Hall.

Talks will be delivered by ‘InfoBuzz’ as they have detailed knowledge of the local situation. For example, they will be informing parents of the local situation with regards to local substances, the most popular substances amongst young people and support agencies available to support both students and their families.

Our local Police Officer, PC Neil Lightfoot, will also give a brief talk about the legal consequences related to drugs. We will also use this opportunity to intorduce our new partnership with the Gloucestershire Police Schoolbeat Scheme.

Please click on the link below if you would like to book a place on this event: https://sirwilliamromneys.parentseveningsystem.co.uk

01Feb 2019

For the safety of all our students and staff school will be closed on Friday 1st February. We will re-open as usual on Monday 4th February.

17Jan 2019

Please visit our amazing Humanities exhibition in The Quad that is displaying classwork, stunning homework and exemplar GCSE answers from our current Y10 and Y11 students. Students, staff and parents are welcome to browse and celebrate the success and aspiration of our students in Geography, History and RE.

13Jan 2019

We are pleased to support Tetbury Youth’s cinema screening of the Black Panther at Tetbury Goods Shed on 23rd January. Tickets cost £2.50 and are available from our library at lunchtimes on Tuesday 15th and 22nd January.