Why Choose RMS?
50+ current choice of extra-curricular activities
100% pass rate achieved by all RMS students at GCSE and A Level across every subject since 2001
There are many reasons why families choose RMS over other schools in Hertfordshire and the surrounding area.
We welcome a broad range of children, from girls who thrive on academic study to those who love sport; from confident dancers and actresses to gifted painters, designers and engineers. Our curriculum is exceptionally broad and our ethos is highly inclusive; no girl is ever asked to leave for academic reasons.
RMS is a school which values social and emotional intelligence as highly as academic intelligence. We pride ourselves on encouraging girls to excel at all that they do, but we do so through nurture and encouragement, rather than relentless pressure. Girls have the opportunity to challenge themselves, to realise their strengths, overcome their weaknesses and find their passion during these important years of discovery and development.
It is our responsibility to educate the female role models of the future and our Sixth Formers demonstrate our success. They contribute to the team and take the lead; they learn compassion and respect for others; they learn resilience and reflectiveness and above all, they believe in themselves and their future.
Not only will your daughter enjoy her education and thrive here at RMS, she will do so within 200 acres of beautiful Hertfordshire parkland where nature, fresh air, grass and trees surround our exceptional buildings and facilities. From well equipped classrooms to a spectacular sports centre; from our science building to lathes and extensive equipment in the DT rooms; from organ recitals in the chapel to the planetarium and observatory; our buildings, space and teaching provision are there to provide your daughter, and our staff, with an inspiring environment in which to study and teach.
A school where girls can be girls, and sing, act and run their way to well-roundedness in a safe and nurturing environment The Good Schools Guide 2014/15