Ricards Lodge High School offers a broad and balanced, stimulating and forward-looking education together with a wide variety of extra-curricular activities.
The school’s strong pastoral support structure enables careful monitoring of the progress and welfare of every girl. Ricards Lodge values individuality whilst emphasising equally the importance of tolerance, teamwork and collective responsibility.
I was excited to start at Ricards Lodge, but I struggled at first to adjust to the new environment and expectations. The school helped me to develop my independence and creativity, and I am very grateful for the support I received.
Ricards Lodge is a school that is inclusive, diverse and very welcoming.
As a Deputy Head Girl, I aspire to cultivate a supportive and inclusive environment that enables every student at Ricards to fulfil our school motto of “Educating Successful Women of the Future''.
What I enjoyed most about Ricards Lodge is how welcoming everyone was. I joined this school with one friend from my primary and was quite shy at first because I went to a single intake school, however, now I have quite a lot of friends mainly because of how nice everyone was to me.
I am committed to making a positive impact within our school community and I would like to share my personal journey which is fuelled by dedication, compassion, and a drive to listen and voice the opinions of others.
I really love being a student at Ricards Lodge because of the amazing opportunities we get here. For example, I have participated in multiple dance showcases held at school and even the school musical production, Six.
Being Assistant Head Girl was always a far-off dream for me but now here I am, working amongst such talented, hardworking and resilient girls making me feel proud to be where I am today.
At Ricards Lodge I enjoy the large variety of opportunities that we are able to partake in. I would say it helps build our confidence and helps us to understand where we will go in the future.
I am very blessed to have been selected as an assistant head girl and be able to work with the rest of the amazing JLT and SLT to leave a long-lasting impact within Ricards Lodge.
I joined Ricards Lodge as a mid-year student during Year 9. But there was never a moment I felt that way. The teachers and my classmates made me feel very welcome. There is always someone I can talk to, whether it is about an academic concern or for advice.
I am proud to be part of a team of girls who will ensure that all students' voices are not only heard but also acted on, leading to the growth and improvement of our amazing school.
Whilst I am still uncertain about what my future will hold, I know that Ricards Lodge will have prepared me for whatever challenges I may face.
It is a great privilege that I am able to discuss and share views of my school community and be the voice of many, I am extremely excited to be working with my fellow JLT peers and see the great impacts and achievements of our goals in the upcoming year. s.
Ricards Lodge High School is an amazing institution that has helped me to become a better student and person inside and outside of school.
I know what it's like to underestimate yourself and restrict your capabilities. As a member of the Junior Leadership Team, JLT, I want to be an example to everyone that your potential is limitless and your biggest obstacle is none other than yourself.
I am a proud Year 10 student at Ricards Lodge High School. I love the teamwork that goes through our school and how you can always count on someone no matter what, even if it is: a netball team, your class or your friendship group.
I am very fortunate to have been selected as a member of the Junior Leadership Team because I am passionate about our school and the values for which it stands for.
I am proud to be part of the JLT and I will do all I can to create a secure and positive environment for students, teachers and parents.
Thanks to our guest speaker in RR6 last week visiting year 13 BTEC Applied Psychology. Dr. Jo Dawes -Â NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow at UCL spoke to students about her work researching homelessness &the ways in which people with addiction can be supported, and her career pathway. https://t.co/yVyINXwhrEFollow UsSchool Twitter Profiles