Over the past eight years, our boarders have consistently outperformed our day students in academic results, with recent leavers achieving over 90% at A*-B at A-Level and almost 80% at A*-A grades at GCSE. Boarding at RGS allows our boys to benefit from extra time studying, which would otherwise be spent travelling to and from school, as well as the opportunity to participate in the wide range of activities available in and out of traditional school hours. The ability to socialise, enjoy in-built free time and have access to continuous academic and pastoral support is core to the success of our boarding students.
Our highest priority has, and will always be, the welfare of our students and as such, we strongly believe that boarding should not be a separation from family but instead an extension of family. Throughout their time at RGS, our boarding students will benefit from being at the core of a working partnership between their parents and our staff, designed to both nurture and promote success.
We strive to promote a feeling of family community throughout Fraser Youens and we actively encourage many of our boarders help lead this community within both the house and school.
Please join Jason Robinson and David Flatman at RGS Centenary Sportsman's Dinner
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Exhibition open to parents and members of the public on Monday 8 & Tuesday 9 July 6.00pm - 7.20pm
A capacity crowd of almost 400 guests, comprising parents, friends and old boys packed the Que...
Y13's celebrate before going on study leave. Good luck to all for their A Levels!
A school that has such a rugby pedigree as The RGS does, there was no surprise that the Fraser Youens tag rugb...
Team Vinnie crack the Easter Egg Hunt
Bid online for 100 lots in honour of 100 years of rugby at RGS