Our Activities & Achievements
Sports Day 2015 took place on the Wednesday 18th June, it was a day of good weather and sports, enjoyed by all. Endeavour were the victorious college on the day with the results as follows.
Dear Parents/guardians, to support Red Nose Day 2015 the school will have a non-uniform day this Friday (13th March). Students wishing to participate should bring in 50p on the day and if possible wear something red. There will also be a Cake Sale at Lunchtime with all proceeds going to charity.
Update on procedures for closing the school if the need arises, as some of the previous information has now changed.
Year 9 students performed a very special play on the 11th November to mark Armistice Day and the centenary of the outbreak of World War I.
On Thursday 23rd October we held our annual Awards Evening. Over 200 students received a variety of awards and GCSE certificates. Guest speaker was Conor Murphy, former student of the school who was Head Boy from 2009-2010.
The Royal Liberty School successfully achieved the renewal of the Investor in Careers Award on Thursday 13th November, 2014. Investor in Careers is a quality standard for the management of careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG). We as a school had to demonstrate a commitment to provide impartial, independent careers education, information, advice and guidance to all young people.
Congratulations to our Year 11 students who performed so well in the GCSE examinations. Despite a 1.9% drop nationally in the A*-C pass rate in English, our results in the subject rose and are now well above the national average.
Dustbins, hosepipes and plastic food containers were just some of the “instruments” that formed part of a stomp-style orchestra last week.
The annual Royal Liberty School Junk Orchestra competition took place on Friday, featuring the whole of Year 7 performing on instruments made from recycled household materials.
Each class from the school in Upper Brentwood Road, Romford, had their own ochestra and were tasked with impressing judge and musician Malcolm Henderson in the battle to be crowned champions.
We are committed to achieving high standards for all our students. Our expectations of students are high in terms of academic achievement and personal behaviour.
As a relatively small secondary school we believe that we have the opportunity to know each of our students as individuals. Respect for other people is one of our core values and this contributes to a strong school community. Students here are encouraged to take on leadership roles and responsibilities from an early age. We have a strong programme of extra-curricular activities and expect our students to make a positive contribution to school life.
With recent examination results above the national average and good Ofsted reports we offer an excellent education for boys of all interests and abilities.
The Royal Liberty School for Boys
Upper Brentwood Road