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Open Mornings

We believe that the best way to learn more about RGS Springfield is to come and see us at one of our Open Mornings.

Whether you are looking for a nursery place, or a school place you will be warmly welcomed at our forthcoming Open Morning.

If you are interested in Nursery, then our dedicated Early Years team will give you a tour of our Nursery area and an opportunity to meet our warm caring staff.  You will also get to experience all of the amazing facilities which our Nursery children benefit from.  In addition, should you wish to, you will be very welcome to tour the whole school.  

If you are interested in a school place then you will be guided around the School by our wonderful teachers who will show you the facilities at RGS Springfield including our Classrooms, Grounds, and dedicated Sports and Forest School areas. You will be able to gain an insight into what life is like at RGS Springfield, and you will also be able to meet with the Senior Leadership Team and have the opportunity to ask any questions.

Primary school open days and, in particular, private school open days are a fantastic way of learning more about the school and all of its staff. Additionally, private school open days enable you to gain a greater understanding of the advantages of private education.

Our upcoming Open Morning is being held on Saturday 30 January from 9.00 am to 12.30 pm.

To book an appointment for our Open Morning please fill in the form below.  If you are unable to come along, please also fill in the form below and we can arrange a time that is convenient for you.

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The recent ISI Inspection reported RGS Springfield as ‘Excellent and Outstanding in All Areas’ – read our report here. In the report, RGS Springfield is described as a place which ‘achieves high levels of literacy and numeracy with excellent co­-curricular provision’ and where pupils, ‘enjoy their education and fulfil their all-round potential.’ It continues, ‘By the time they leave their respective school they are strong self-aware individuals with a clear sense of their place in the world, their values and the value of others.’