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'The teachers are quite strict but kind as well – that’s what makes a good teacher.’ The only real drawback, for one boy, was that the breaks were too short, only apparently giving him brief respite from what he had calculated as ‘my five hours of learning.’ Two-way communication is enhanced, not just by an impressive series of newsletters, but also by ‘Seesaw’- an app that enables staff to zap best of moments to parents’ mobiles. Over an impressive toad-in-the-hole lunch, pupils showed unforced enthusiasm for school ...

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What the school says...

Our aim is to ensure that children develop their full potential academically, socially and emotionally in a safe, caring environment.

All our pupils, who range in age from 2-11 benefit from individual care, small class sizes, professional and dedicated teaching; all of which help children become confident, secure and considerate of the needs of others.

The school has scored highly in recent inspections, rated as consistently outstanding by Ofsted, ECERS and ISI inspectors. There is a wealth of academic and extra curricular opportunities to provide children with an enriching and stimulating environment, preparing them for the challenges of the 21st century, underpinned by traditional family values.
The school has wonderful grounds, which allow pupils to play outside in all weathers, learn from the natural environment and take part in all the fun that Forest School offers; wellies are very much encouraged!

The school, tucked away within the beautiful Georgian Britannia Square in the heart of Worcester, will provide a safe and happy place for your child to grow and develop. This website conveys only some of the ethos and spirit of RGS Springfield. Please visit us and see for yourself the happy, smiling faces of children having fun and learning in a stimulating environment. We are very much a happy family.

I look forward to welcoming you in person to our school.
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Since 2012, Laura Brown (40s). Displays all the dynamism necessary to be a successful leader. ‘I love my job,’ she says – and clearly means it. Educated in London day schools, then boarder at Kent College followed by spell in retail management before taking philosophy degree at the University of Kent. Part of her course involved working in schools, which sparked her ambition to become a teacher. Took a PGCE in primary education, then combined bringing up her three children with prep teaching posts in Berkshire and Gloucestershire, followed by six years as director of studies and deputy head at Dean Close in Cheltenham, which involved ‘Lots of forward-facing stuff’ - invaluable for her present role.

Style is hands on. Knows every child, which is ‘a privilege and just lovely,’...

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