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Ribston Hall High School

Ribston HallHigh School

Ribston Roar 29th March 2018


Monday 16th April                 Term begins; Year 9 Duke of Edinburgh Award Session 4 - 7pm

Thursday 19th April              Year 12 Consultation Evening 4.30 – 7pm

Monday 23rd April                 Year 12 Progress Examinations begin; Year 9 Duke  of Edinburgh Award Session 4 – 7pm

Wednesday 25th April           Senior Performance Evening – 7pm

Thursday 26th April               Open Day  9am – 12 noon and 4 - 7pm

Friday 27th April                      Primary School Dance Festival


Staffing changes

We say thank you and farewell to Charlene Barrett who has taught Psychology since September 2017 and Sam Hodges who has joined us this half term to teach Physics. We would also like to thank Stuart Trigg for his contribution to life at Ribston Hall and wish him well in his new post as IT Manager at The Dean Academy.

We look forward to welcoming Miss S Leggett as Head of Sixth Form in April and Mr S Millward who is joining us to teach Physics.

Open Day

Our Annual Open Day will take place on Thursday 26th April 2018. We will be open to prospective Year 5 girls and their parents between 9- 12 noon and between 4pm and 7pm. This is one of our school events and all students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 are expected to attend, along with the Senior Student Team (Prefects, House Captains and Subject Captains). Students may be collected from school after 7pm.

Cathedral Service

A letter has been sent to all parents with the arrangements for the Annual Leavers Service that takes place in the Cathedral on Wednesday 9th May 2018 at 7.15pm.


  • To the Year 8 Netball team who won the District Tournament this week.
  • To all the Sports Leaders who helped at the School Games Events and Swimming Galas in March.


The Headstart Inspire Programme for Year 11 students interested in STEM.

 The courses are for year 11 girls who are interested in STEM subjects. The courses run for 3 days, most are residential (2 nights) and two are non-residential. They will meet like-minded students, whilst being introduced to engineering and/or science through a hands-on STEM project, lectures and workshops to give them an idea of what to expect at university. Within this they will learn how to manage a project, develop research techniques, problem solving and write reports. They will also get the chance to hear about university life from lecturers, admissions tutors, post-grad students, engineers, scientists, researchers and professionals.

The application process is on-line via  and you can find the most up to date list of Universities taking part here: together with the costs.