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  • Virtual Lower School Prize Day

    Published 10/07/20

    10 July 2020

    Dear Parent/Carer

    As your child comes to the end of Year 9 and their time in the lower school, we usually hold a prize giving event in the summer term. This event celebrates the academic achievement and progress that every student has made and to award prizes in each subject area.

    Due to these unprecedented times, we have recorded a ‘Virtual’ Lower School Prize Giving. The event will be celebrated with a YouTube video by Mr Harwood and I. Please can you pass on our congratulations to your child on their efforts through KS3 and encourage them to watch the video below.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aRZGe1MgBM&feature=youtu.be

    Yours faithfully

    Mr Moore
    Headteacher

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  • ‘Young Explorers’ National competition success!

    Published 29/06/20

    Following the curtailment of A-Level courses and the suspension of examinations, I felt it was important for our Y13 A-Level geographers to feel that their hard work was not wasted.  To this end, I encouraged them to use their fieldwork and investigation write-up experiences to enter a new national competition, ‘Young Explorers’ run by Geographical magazine. 

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  • New Year 7 (September intake) information

    Published 09/06/20

    A very warm welcome to you and your child to Rainham Mark Grammar School

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  • Reopening information - 8/6/20

    Published 08/06/20
    A letter from Mr Moore regarding this is attached.
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  • At a glance sheets Term 6 work

    Published 08/06/20

    Term 6 work for year 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12.

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  • Self-regulated learning guidance

    Published 23/04/20

    In an effort to help RMGS students develop effective independent learning skills from home, this document was created to support students in regulating their own learning and develop awareness of how to motivate themselves from home. This guide, based on research and advice from both educationalists and educational psychologists, offers useful suggestions and tips for both students and parents/guardians.

     

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  • Stay sharp for starting A-Level Maths

    Published 23/04/20

    HegartyMaths is proud to offer any prospective A Level maths students, or even those with an interest in keeping their maths sharp, an opportunity to join Colin Hegarty for some Youtube Live maths sessions during the school closures. Read on for the important information:

    • This is a completely FREE and OPEN to ALL SCHOOLS, even those that are not HegartyMaths subscribers!
    • Students can access the sessions by visitingyoutube.com/hegartymaths/live
    • Sessions will be on WEEKDAYS AT 2PM from Wednesday 22 April
    • Content covered will support students as they transition from GCSE to A-Level maths
    • Videos will be saved on the HegartyMaths Youtube channel so students can catch up if they miss any or can't be there at the time
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  • Current Year 11 RMGS students and Y11 new entrants for September 2020

    Published 20/04/20

    Follow this link for information on 6th Form preparation.

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  • Awarding of GCSE and A Level Grades, Summer 2020 - updated 3rd April 2020

    Published 03/04/20
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  • Remote Teaching and Learning advice for parents 20th March 2020

    Published 20/03/20

    Dear Parent/ Carer

    Please see the attached document which is a guide for students working from home. It would be so helpful if you could take a moment to read it with your child/ren so they are assured about the next few weeks and what is expected of them. We will send it to them too.

    Our school counsellor, Sue Allen, will be contacting her clients individually by email over the remainder of this term to explain how sessions will work. No new clients can be accepted at the moment.  Please do look at the resources on Schools in Mind   https://www.annafreud.org/on-my-mind/self-care/  and we are working on a section on the website.

    Thank you for your continued patience and support.

    Best regards,

    Emma Horstrup

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  • Art Competition: Fruit & Vegetables

    Published 13/03/20

    During the month of February, an art competition was hosted for the catering department who wanted to decorate the canteen and hubs with artwork. This was an opportunity for students to showcase their artistic talents and creativity.

    On the 5th March we were able to judge the entries, decide the winners and distribute prizes.

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