On Thursday 17 May, a group of Ringwood Sixth Form students attended ‘Homelessness Matters’, a conference led by Dr Maggie Kirk who was the initiator of the Bournemouth Health Bus.
A year 8 student at Ringwood School has reached the national final of a prestigious international art competition with his peace poster.
A Hampshire school embraced #HelloYellow to show its support of World Mental Health Day on 10 October.
Ringwood School hosted the annual Rotary Interschool Photography exhibition on 5 April, which saw over 1,200 entries submitted for judging.
British Beach Volleyball athlete Chris Gregory was welcomed to Ringwood School on 15 March to meet with Year 10 PE prefect students and talk about his journey from student to sporting star.
Ringwood School joined the global Safer Internet Day campaign to promote the safe and responsible use of technology.
Ringwood School is set to stage the hit musical Billy Elliot. The show has recently celebrated 10 extraordinary years in London’s West End and is one of the most loved on stage today.
When it comes to helping the homeless, Ringwood School knows how to step up to the mark. For the last 10 years they have been running a sixth form-led initiative to collect food and personal care items to pass on to those less fortunate at Christmas. This year students and staff collected an incredible 3,671 food tins and personal care items for onward transmission.