We are incredibly proud of all our students who took part in our SWR Debating League 2021 on Tuesday 6th July.
Their response to the subject of Bitcoin and Crypto-currency was fantastic. In their team, they discussed the issue from an environmental, social and economical perspective with highly convincing arguments.
In the final round, two teams (in 8S and 8W) argued against the ‘Space Race’ to Mars and discussed the risks and opportunities on whether we should commercialise space travel. They spoke with passion about the dangers and ethical issues on this and were articulate and passionate with their opinions.
These students are a real credit to SWR and we are very proud of their talents. We are all really looking forward to next year’s SWR Debating League!
Our Headteacher, Mr. Bell, was delighted to take afternoon tea and cakes with Year 9 students who spent their well earned house points on this amazing award! A very enjoyable afternoon was had by all, we’re not sure where all those cakes went though?
We are delighted that students are able to participate in extra-curricular clubs once again. Starting from Monday 15th March, students will be able to attend the clubs and activities listed below. We would like as many students as possible to enjoy and take part!
We are delighted to support Cirencester Rotary Club’s ‘Auction of Promises’ event that takes place on Friday 12th March. Proceeds raised will support our local community and raise money to support young people’s mental health through the Cotswold Counselling in Cirencester.
Students have celebrated World Book Day with a difference this year. While we have not been in school to celebrate everything related to books and reading, students have still participated in our special literature based events that take place every year.
Please click on the link below to watch our virtual World Book Day assembly:
Our activities and resources relating to World Book Day can be accessed by clicking this link:
We are delighted that students will be making a phased return from Monday 8th March. Students will return as follows:
Monday 8th March – Year 11
Tuesday 9th March – Year 10
Wednesday 10th March – Year 7
Thursday 11th March – Year 8
Friday 12th March – Year 9
The phased return will allow eligible students to be tested before they return to classes. Please also be advised that students and staff are asked to wear masks in all indoor areas, including classrooms. This will be reviewed at the end of this term.
We are genuinely excited that all students will be able to enjoy a full curriculum in all specialist areas and classrooms. Students will also be able to participate in a full extra-curricular programme within the first week of their return (more details will follow).
Please read Mr. Bell’s letter to parents and carers for more details:
Year 9 students are currently considering which subjects they would like to study in their GCSE and BTEC options. Parents and carers will be able to make bookings for our forthcoming Options Evening on 10th February on School Cloud and Senior Leaders will be individually meeting all students at the beginning of March ahead of submitting options. Parents and carers will also be receiving their second interim report at the start of next week.
In addition, Heads of Subject have recorded videos outlining the GCSE and BTEC courses available for students next year. These videos can be accessed on You Tube, please search for ‘Sir Willam Romney’s Options 2021’. Alternatively, please click on the links below:
Situated in Tetbury, Sir William Romney’s School serves the South Cotswolds and Stroud areas. The school is a small academy for 11-16 year old students. We provide a safe and caring environment, ensuring that our students flourish and achieve their full potential.
Should you require a paper copy of any of the information on the website please contact us using the phone number or email address opposite.