Sir William Romney's School, Tetbury
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|Established||1610(as Tetbury Grammar School)|
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Sir William Romney's School is an 11-16 secondary school with academy status located in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England. It serves schools around the Tetbury, Leighterton, Stroud, Cirencester, Nailsworth and Avening areas. In 2016 the school achieved a 'Good' rating from Ofsted.
- In 1610 Sir William Romney set aside some money in his will for a school to help children read and write.
- In 1837 a new National school was built of Charlton road
- In 1921 grammar school called, Sir Willam Romney's School was opened in Long Street
- In 1952 it had become a comprehensive school
- In 1969 it moved to the current site at the end of Lowfield Road.
- 1995 - 2008 : Eric Dawson
- 2008 - 2016 : Steven McKay
- 2016–Present : Jon Bell
Performing Arts status
Sir William Romney's was awarded its Performing Arts status in 2005; this meant grants for the schools. It has also been involved in many dramatic and artistic activities in the years since.
The traditional school uniform in the school colours of grey and burgundy reflects the school's long history.
Despite a fight to keep the school's sixth form from closing, Sir William Romney's 16 to 18 provision was shut down in 2006. The school did not have a Year 12 from September 2006. The nearest sixth forms are now Deer Park in Cirencester and Downfield in Stroud.
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