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Ryeish Green School
Hyde End Lane, Spencers Wood, RG7 1ER, UK Reading
+44 (0)118 988 3133

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Ryeish Green School

Mission: "Building on Previous Best"

Our Aims & Values:
To build a community spirit where all have a sense of belonging and self worth is valued.
It is intended that every student will:  

. Achieve their full potential in both academic and personal development;
. Take pride in themselves and their success;
. Be active contributors to the life of the school and to the community at large;
. Take responsibility for their own behaviour and learning, set themselves challenging goals and to work hard to achieve them;
. Be respectful, courteous and treat others like they want to be treated themselves
. Be equipped for life beyond school

It is our intention that all staff will:

. Put the learning needs of all students first;
. Promote learning and teaching of the highest quality;
. Provide a curriculum of the highest quality and range which meets   the learning needs of all students;
. Work with students to ensure their individual targets are challenging and that they are supported and encouraged in achieving them;
.Ensure that regular assessments take place in order to monitor their success and progress in their personal and academic development
. Take effective action to promote success for all;
. Encourage in all students a spirit of enterprise in which they can show initiative through taking part in social, sporting, cultrual and recreational life of the school;
. Expect all students to show care for the needs of others and for the school environment;
. Develop links so that students can play a full part in the wider community;
. Ensure there is a very strong partnership, with parents and the community which supports students in their learning;
. Ensure that parents as well as students' are fully informed of progress in students' personal and academic development.

Ryeish Green School School Uniform List

Boys Years 7-11

Navy Blue Blazer with a School Badge

Royal Blue ‘V’ neck Jumper Years 7-9 (optional)

Navy Blue ‘V’ neck Jumper Years 10-11 (optional)

Black Trousers (Tailored – not jeans style)

White traditional School Shirt

House Tie (To be worn full length and tucked into trousers)

Black Socks

Black leather shoes (no boots or trainers)

Plain Outdoor coat / anorak if required (no leathers or denim)**


Girls Years 7-11

Navy Blue Blazer with a School Badge

Royal Blue ‘V’ neck Jumper Years 7-9 (optional)

Navy Blue ‘V’ neck Jumper Years 10-11 (optional)

Black plain knee length Skirt or

Black tailored (full length) trousers (No tight fitting, or baggy designs)

White traditional School blouse

House Tie (To be worn full length and tucked into trousers or skirt)

Black tights or Socks

Black leather flat shoes (no boots, platforms or trainers) No high heels allowed

Plain Outdoor coat / anorak if required (no leathers or denim)


** It is suggested that all students have a lightweight roll-up anorak for wet weather, which they carry inside a sensible waterproof school bag. This should prevent bulky coats being brought into school except in very cold conditions.


The Sixth Form – Dress Code

Black trousers or Skirt

Shirt and tie (boys)

Blouse with a collar (girls)

Black ‘V’ neck jumper cardigan or jacket (optional) no other colours permitted

Black shoes (No trainers)

Plain outdoor coat (No leathers or denim) 



Pupils’ hair should be tidy and of a reasonable length.  Coloured hair and extreme styles will not be accepted in school.  Pupils should not wear make-up. 


Jewellery and Mobile Phones

One plain stud worn in each ear lobe and a watch are the only items of jewellery allowed on the grounds of health and safety.  Nose studs, and other body piercing are not permitted.


The school cannot accept any responsibility for student’s mobile phones.  If any students’ bring these into school they do so knowingly at their own risk.  Mobile phones are not to be used within the school, or anywhere on the school site.


Staff who see a student using or with, a mobile phone or items of jewellery or non-uniform items of clothing brought into school and conflict with our school uniform policy will confiscate such items.  Parents will be asked to collect these personal possessions from the Headteacher or her deputies. 


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Student Support Centre
The Reading Zone
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Your Library - Years 7,8,9
MBBG Reading Club
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