Issue Date : X May, 2017
Ref : TRS111
One of Worcestershire’s leading independent schools is holding an open day for prospective pupils later this month.
The River School in Worcester will open its doors on Tuesday 9 May from 10.00am until 1.00pm; everyone is welcome.
Those attending will have the opportunity to meet the Headteacher, Carol Parry along with other key members of staff. As well as chatting to pupils, the event will include a tour of the school’s beautiful surroundings, organised and delivered by the pupils – 8 acres of Victorian arboretum with an outside Forest School.
Carol Parry, Headteacher at The River School said : “We hold regular open days to encourage people to come along and find out about the school and our special ethos. Our May open day will allow prospective pupils and their parents to experience our exceptional environment.”
The River School, a Christian, co-educational independent day school for pupils and young people aged 3 to 16 years. It was founded by Timothy Crow, who opened the school in 1985 and is situated along The Droitwich Road in Worcester. The school occupies a large Georgian Grade II listed building with outbuildings, set in 8 acres of Victorian arboretum, encompassing both woodland and open grass.
For more information please contact the school on 01905 457047.
For media comment please contact :
Carol Parry on 01905 457047
PHOTO OPPORTUNITY…PHOTO OPPORTUNITY…PHOTO OPPORTUNITY
COME ALONG TO THE RIVER SCHOOL, DROITWICH ROAD, WORCESTER ON TUESDAY 9 MAY BETWEEN 10.00AM AND 1.00PM. PROSPECTIVE PARENTS AND PUPILS WILL BE VISITING THE SCHOOL AND MEETING STAFF AND PUPILS