RGS Springfield is an IAPS school for boys and girls aged 2 to 11 set in the heart of the City of Worcester. It is one of the Prep Schools for RGS Worcester. It was graded 'excellent in all areas' in the ISI inspection of 2015.
About the school
RGS Springfield, has a wonderful family atmosphere and nurturing co-educational environment, which together creates a uniquely friendly school. Our aim is to ensure that children develop their full potential academically, socially and emotionally in a safe, caring environment. All our pupils, who range in age from 2-11 benefit from individual care, small class sizes, professional and dedicated teaching; all of which help children become confident, secure and considerate of the needs of others. The school has scored highly in recent inspections, rated as consistently outstanding by Ofsted, ECERS and ISI inspectors. There are a wealth of academic and extra curricular opportunities to provide children with an enriching and stimulating environment, preparing them for the challenges of the 21st century, underpinned by traditional family values. The school has wonderful grounds, which allow pupils to play outside in all weathers, learn from the natural environment and take part in all the fun that Forest School offers; wellies are very much encouraged! The school, tucked away within the beautiful Georgian Britannia Square in the heart of Worcester, will provide a safe and happy place for your child to grow and develop. This website conveys only some of the ethos and spirit of RGS Springfield. Please visit us and see for yourself the happy, smiling faces of children having fun and learning in a stimulating environment. We are very much a happy family. I look forward to welcoming you in person to our school.
- Total Pupils: 106
- Day Fees: £2949 to £4532/term
We look forward to welcoming you to our Open days here at RGS Springfield.
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Scholarships, Bursaries & Fees
- Offered to children entering Year Five. There is no separate exam and pupils who perform exceptionally well in the entrance exams are offered scholarships
- Children applying will have a test in English and Maths and Verbal Reasoning
- Offered to children entering Year Five. As a guide we expect applicants to be able to play two or more instruments and to have achieved Grade Three in at least one of those, or to be working to that standard
- Singing voice would be considered the equivalent of an instrument
THE APPLICATION PROCESS
The process is designed so as not to be daunting for candidates. Headmistress Laura Brown is closely involved in monitoring the progress of scholars as they move through the school.
There is no need to apply for an Academic Scholarship, as all candidates who sit our entrance exam are considered. For any questions about scholarships please contact us
Our fees are inclusive of lunch, a mid-morning snack consisting of milk/water and fruit, before and after school wrap-around care and the majority of after school clubs.
FROM SEPTEMBER 2021 OUR FEES PER TERM ARE:
Year One £3,135
Year Two £3,310
Year Three £3,490
Year Four £4,038
Year Five £4,316
Year Six £4,532
NURSERY/PRE-SCHOOL TERMLY CHARGES
Mornings Only £2,092
There is a 10% discount available for a third sibling, whilst all three children are at RGS Worcester, effective when the youngest child reaches Year One.
School fees are charged in advance and are du
If you would like to consider a place at RGS Springfield for your child, we recommend a visit as the starting point.
We would be delighted to give you a personal tour of the school or meet you at one of our Open Days. If following the visit you think your child would enjoy the learning environment that we have created, you can formally apply for a place by returning the completed Registration Form with the £45.00 fee. If applicable, we will then request a reference from the current school and, on receipt of this, we will invite you to bring your child into school for a taster day to join their class for the day and enjoy lessons and making new friends.
Children coming into Reception and Year One will be informally assessed by their class teacher to gauge their working levels. Places will be offered fol