Our Private School Open Days are one of the best ways to see RGS Worcester. At a Senior School or Sixth Form Open Day, you will have the opportunity to look around the Senior School with one of our current pupils. They will talk to you about life at RGS and show you where they study, socialise and enjoy their co-curricular activities.
Book your place
At the Senior School, Open Days are held each October and January, with an additional Sixth Form Open Day event in November.
Our forthcoming Open Morning is: Saturday 3 October 2020
Each Open Morning is 9.00am – 12.30pm
You are invited to come along
If you are not able to visit us on Open Morning or if you would like to come and visit us on a normal school day, then we would be delighted to book a visit to the School for you and your family, during which you will be given a school tour and you will have an opportunity to meet the Headmaster.
Please complete the ‘arrange a visit’ form here or call 01905 613391 and speak to our Registrar.
We look forward to welcoming you to RGS Worcester, a leading independent, co-educational school with high academic, creative and sporting standards.
Our Open Morning dates are: 3 October 2020 and 16 January 2021
Our next Sixth Form Open Morning is: Saturday 14 November 2020
RGS Worcester Prospectus
Independent and Private school open days provide parents and carers with the opportunity to come and view the School and learn more about its history, ethos, facilities, curriculum and more. At our private school open days, you can also meet with the teaching staff and find out more about the advantages of private education. We look forward to welcoming you to RGS Worcester, a leading independent, co-educational school with high academic, creative and sporting standards.
ISI Inspection Report
Following our most recent ISI Inspection, RGS Worcester received the quality score of ‘Excellent’ in all areas. The report describes how RGS Worcester comprises an atmosphere that is ‘conducive to high-quality learning’. It also explains that pupils’ achievements are directly related to the ‘high-quality teaching they receive, the breadth of opportunities they are offered both in the formal curriculum and beyond the classroom, and the care and concern shown by staff’.