Newsletter last term, the School participated in The Bee Project. A giant bee was created by Miss Jeacott and our Juniors, and it was donated to the Hazel Grove Allotment Society for their Bug Hunt last Sunday 3rd September.
This article was published in the Inside Hazel Grove and High Lane Magazine (please see the attached article)………………(Click title to read more)
Pupils and staff all enjoyed World Book Day at Ramillies Hall. The junior pupils and staff all looked fantastic in their costumes – we were so impressed with their efforts and ingenuity!
The Junior pupils went to Preschool to talk to the children about their books and the characters and to read stories to them . This was a fantastic experience and something which we encourage on a regular basis in our RHS family!……………..(Click title to read more)
Students currently engaged in the Prince’s Trust Achieve programme went out to the Challenge 4 Change indoor adventure activity centre. The purpose of this trip was to practise team working skills. We arrived at the centre and met with the students from other schools, making 100 students in total. The students were divided into groups and set about tackling the challenges that had been set by the centre staff. The tasks were to scale the obstacles within the centre, many of these were 10 metres……………..(Click title to read more)
With our Head of Sport Mr. Mather being a big City fan we never thought we would see the day when our pupils would have the opportunity to visit Old Trafford to watch a United match. On 10th January, eight Y10 & Y11 pupils went to watch MUFC V Hull City. All the pupils were excited about the game and predicted the results. Adam in Year 10 guessed correctly that the score would be 2-nil. The trip entailed a lot of eating and many laughs but most importantly they…………………(Click title to read more)
On a cold Friday morning in February, excited pupils from Years 8 and 9 set out for Castleton in the Peak District. With snow gently falling pupils made their way on foot across the hillside en route to Speedwell Cavern, a disused lead mine half flooded with water. Descending 450 metres below the surface pupils alighted on to the waiting boat. In the cramped tunnel helmets knocked against the rock, allowing pupils to understand a little………………(Click title to read more)