"We listen, counsel & advise. Our purpose is to instil in young people a desire to find the true path to success & be guided by the values embodied by the..."

Students

In order for students to be academically successful and develop into well rounded individuals the ‘Ricky R’s’ are embedded into lessons, assemblies and the wider fabric of the school.

Respect

Resilience

Resourcefulness

Relationships

Reflectiveness

Responsibility

The behaviour of students at Rickmansworth is outstanding which is testament of our student’s desire to achieve their absolute potential.  The positive attitudes of students can also be attributed to the school’s rewards and consequences policy which can be accessed below along with guidance for uniform.

Students are expected to complete regular homework, all of which is published on Show My Homework, which can be accessed by the Homework Icon on every webpage.  Furthermore, students are encouraged to work independently and have access to a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and GCSE Pod, both of which can also be accessed from icons on all webpages.  Students are also encouraged to maximise the resources available in the library to further their learning.

The welfare of students is paramount at Rickmansworth, as such our Pastoral team works closely with external agencies to ensure the very best care for all students.  Where necessary we liaise directly with our partners, but fully appreciate that students may wish to seek support and advice independently via the links in the drop down menu below.

      

 

 

                                                                  

Information, advice, guidance, work related learning, outdoor education and support for young people.   An extensive website with links to many other resources.

 

                                                            

Specifically aimed at young people in Hertfordshire, giving a wide range of information and advice, including links to options guidance, jobs, training opportunities & work experience.

 

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This is a free online service that offers emotional and mental health support for children and young people. You can have a "drop-in" chat with a counsellor or therapist or book a one-to-one session.

 

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The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOPworks across the UK tackling child sex abuse and providing advice for parents, young people and children.

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To help get info and advice about a wide range of issues, talk to a counsellor online, send Childline an email or post on the message boards.

 

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The NSPCC offer help, advice and support to parents, professionals and families.

 

Young people in care and leaving care

 

                                                               

Love your body, Love yourself, #lovehealth, An NHS Teen Health Website.

 

                                                 

Click on the School Nurse Icon above to access the PowerPoint presentation.