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  • Children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing

    Published 13/11/23

    Please find attached some useful resources relating to Children and Young People's mental health and emotional wellbeing.

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  • Year 11 Information Evening Presentation

    Published 19/10/23

    Thank you to all of the parents and carers that attended the year 11 information evening. It was wonderful to see so many of you. As promised, the presentation is available here for you. Year 11 students should be balancing revision with rest over the half term so that they are ready for their mock examinations.

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  • RMGS Sixth Form Application

    Published 17/11/23

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  • Rainham Community Awards 2023

    Published 16/11/23

    Dear RMGS,

    On behalf of the Rainham Community Awards 2023, I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude for your presence and contribution to the event.

    Congratulations to Steph on winning the Eco Ambassador Award. 
    Your participation in entering for the School Shield and all the amazing work you have done made a real difference and we are grateful for your time and effort.

    Once again, thank you for your time and effort. It means a lot to us, and we hope to see you again next year.

    Sincerely,

    Russell Poynter
    Rainham Community Awards

                                                         

     

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  • Kent and Medway School Aged Immunisation Service

    Published 06/11/23

    REMINDER: The Kent and Medway School Aged Immunisation Service is coming to school soon to carry out Flu Immunisation Programme for pupils in Years 7 to 11 – don’t forget to consent or decline before the cut-off date via their website https://family.kentcht.nhs.uk/ Scroll down and click on the blue button “Immunisations” to complete.

    You can also phone the team 0300 123 5205, text 07401320923 or use their web chat if you have any questions about your child’s immunisations.

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  • Sixth Form students at Rainham Mark Grammar School celebrate another year of excellent A Level results

    Published 04/09/23

     

    RMGS would like to pay tribute to the hard work and dedication of our Year 13 students this academic year.  Across the school 64% of grades were graded at A* to B.

    This cohort were the first to return to pre-pandemic grade boundaries.  This makes their achievements all the more remarkable, bearing in mind that this is the first external set of examinations they have sat since completing their Medway test in year 6.  Although all students have overcome adversity and succeeded in their own way, we recognise the particular achievements of the following students: 

    • Oscar Horstrup achieved 4A* (Chemistry, Maths, Further Maths, Physics)
    • Deepthi Venkataraman 4A* (English, History, Psychology, Extended Project)
    • Ayodotun Lanipekun achieved 3A* and an A (Chemistry, Computing, Maths, Further Maths)
    • Edith Pearson achieved 3A* and an A (Chemistry, Maths, Spanish, Further Maths)
    • Rahul Gowda achieved 3A* (Biology, Chemistry, Maths)
    • Shreya Vassa achieved 3A* (Biology, Chemistry, Maths)
    • Polly Clifton achieved 3A* in (Geography, Religious Studies, Sociology)
    • Rehan Mirza achieved 2A* and an A (Economics, Geography, Maths)
    • Olivia Arnold 2A* and an A (Biology, Maths, Chemistry)
    • Tom Austin 2A* and 2As (Film Studies, Extended Project, English, Music)

    Mrs Emma Horstrup, Acting Headteacher said: “I would like to wish the Year 13 students all the best as they prepare for the next exciting chapter in their lives.  They have been remarkable students who will continue to be successful individuals as well as wonderful ambassadors wherever their journey takes them. I would also like to thank my staff for their commitment, hard work and determination to help students achieve these grades and of course, all parents and carers for their support.” 

     

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  • Kent Police – New Community Interactive 2 Way Messaging Service

    Published 19/07/23

    My Community Voice is a new and exciting two-way messaging service that helps Kent and Medway residents, businesses, and community groups to keep in touch with their local policing teams. The service sends updates about your local area directly from the police officers themselves.

    My Community Voice is more than just a messaging service; it allows you to reply to the alerts sent by Kent Police, share information and most importantly, it allows you to tell the police about issues that are affecting you.

    You will be able to play an active part in police appeals as well as being kept up to date with what is happening in your local area.

    Unlike social media, My Community Voice is a secure and personal messaging system that allows you to determine what type of alerts you receive and how.

    If you are passionate about your neighbourhood and want to have your voice heard, then sign up to My Community Voice via the QR code below.

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