We believe that the best way to learn more about RGS Springfield is to come and see us at one of our Open Mornings.
You will be guided around the school by some of our wonderful Year Six pupils who will show you the facilities at RGS Springfield including our classrooms and play areas. You will be able to gain an insight into what life is like at RGS Springfield by experiencing some of the lessons and activities that take place. You will also meet with our friendly teaching staff as well as the senior leadership team and have the opportunity to ask any questions.
Our Open Mornings last from 9.00am until 12.30pm and are held every September, January and May.
Dates for upcoming Open Mornings:
Our next Open Morning date is currently not known at this time due to the Government guidelines regarding COVID-19. Our Registrar is available to assist you with any enquiry you may have in the meantime.
We are available to discuss your requirements and therefore please do call (01905 24999) or email us for further information.
At RGS Springfield we also offer private school tours to visitors who are unable to attend one of our Open Mornings. Our private school tours are held in the morning and enable visitors to experience what a typical school day is like at RGS Springfield.
If you are unable to come along to one of our Open Mornings, please call to arrange a time that is convenient for you on 01905 24999 or request a visit here.
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.
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.’