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  • Year 11 Business Studies

    Published 20/04/18

    Business & Enterprise Group

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  • Spanish Cuisine

    Published 13/04/18

    Year 11 Spanish Class

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  • MACH Exhibition

    Published 13/04/18

    RGS attend the MACH Exhibition in Birmingham

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  • Robotics Finals at The Big Bang

    Published 19/03/18

    Our robotics team travelled to the NEC in Birmingham on Friday 16th March for the Robotics Challenge Finals.

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  • Head Girls

    Published 16/03/18

    Our newly elected team of Head and Deputy Head Girls

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  • Army Outreach Team

    Published 15/03/18

    There were lots of visitors at school on Wednesday 14th March, for the latest Personal Development Day.

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  • Year 6 Open Evening

    Published 09/03/18

    On Thursday 8th March, we held an Open Evening for our new Year 7 pupils coming to us in September.

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  • Robotics Challenge - winners

    Published 08/03/18

    On Monday 26 February, the robotics team made Reading Girls’ School proud by winning the London heat of the Tomorrow’s Engineers EEP Robotics Challenge.

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  • GCSE Results 2017

    Published 24/08/17

    Results Day 2017

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  • Year 5 Moonbase Challenge

    Published 18/07/17

    Reading Girls' School recently hosted an enterprise day for Year 5 pupils from local primary schools, so help them develop their teamwork, creative thinking and communication skills. Activities were run by Enabling Enterprise who have reported on the event at the link below. 

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  • Next Big Thing 2017

    Published 23/05/17

    Healthcare Competition

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  • Army Day for year 10

    Published 12/05/17

    The Army Education Team from Aldershot recently visited the school to run some activities for Year 10 students. 

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