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Weekly News Bulletin: 24 September 2018

Early School Closure – Friday 28th September 2018 Please may I remind you that we will be closing school early on the afternoon of Friday…

Early School Closure: Friday 28th September 2018

As you will know each year we hold an Open Morning for parents who wish to apply for their children to enter Year 7.  This year the Open Morning will take…

Welcome from the Headteacher

sknight-thumbnail-web-image As Headteacher, I am committed to providing our students with a first-class educational experience.  You and your child will be our partners in valuing, encouraging and ensuring their success within a climate of high expectations. You can experience our passion for learning by visiting the school and meeting the team: our students, staff and governors.  The information on this website can only provide a glimpse into The Helena Romanes School experience, please do come and see for yourselves. Simon Knight B.Ed. (Hons), MA Headteacher

Events Calendar

Monday 17 September 2018: WEEK A

Thursday 20 September 2018

Year 12 & 13 AIM Apprenticeship assembly
6pm: World Challenge Parents’ Meeting

Monday 24 September 2018:  WEEK B

Tuesday 25 September 2018
Year 13 Geography data collection – Beaulieu Park and Bond Street, Chelmsford
3.20pm: Year 10 Silver DofE training – A05
6pm: Sixth Form Football Academy Launch Evening and Taster Session

Wednesday 26 September 2018
Year 9 Duke of Edinburgh Assembly
Scholastic Book Fair in the Learning Zone – all week
Year 10 Intervention Parents’ Evening – invites only

Thursday 27 September 2018
Year 13 English trip to see Othello at The Globe Theatre, London
Year 12 National Careers Service virtual lesson – Post 18 options

Friday 28 September 2018
Early school closure: 1.25pm

Saturday 29 September 2018
OPEN MORNING

Sports Fixtures

Monday 24 September 2018
Year 7 A&B Hockey at Leventhorpe

Tuesday 25 September 2018
U15 National Cup Rugby (Home)

Listen to what our students have to say

I'm Emma, the new Head Girl.  When I came to HRS I was the only student from my primary school to come here.  I was nervous, but I soon made plenty of friends.  Here at HRS the teachers are supportive and always helpful, they will work alongside you in order for you to reach your full potential.  At HRS there are also many extra-curricular activities to take part in, as well as a wide variety of subjects, something for everyone to enjoy!

I'm Oscar and I'm the new Head Boy.  When I joined the school three years ago, I wasn't confident academically or socially.  I thought it would be a big step up, but I received lots of help from kind, supportive teachers and older students at this school.  The best thing about the school is they offer plenty of careers advice and many opportunities.  This lead to me applying and being successful in my application for Head Boy.