The Royal Liberty School For Boys
Please note that due to relocating to our temporary building we do not currently have an external phone line. To contact the school please email email@example.com.
Emergency Help for the Vulnerable
Havering Council is running a free-to-call helpline for residents with urgent needs because of Coronavirus.
The helpline - 0800 368 5201 - is for emergencies only and will be answered by staff redeployed from other Council services. Residents can call between 8.30am and 6pm on weekdays, and between 11am and 4pm at the weekend.
They can also email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents with less urgent needs, or requiring advice on other Havering Council services, should go to the Havering Council website for a range of contact options.
Havering Council staff and volunteers have also started delivering food parcels to those residents identified by the Government and the NHS as most vulnerable, and likely to be affected by the current restrictions on movement and visitors.
This is part of a national effort to deliver food parcels to the 1.5 million most vulnerable people in the country who are being shielded from coronavirus.
The Government have sent councils across the country a range of staple items including milk, soup, and cereals that will make their way to these most vulnerable Havering residents.
If you know of families or others who you feel may also need food or other supplies urgently due to age, lack of access or bad health, and are not included in the Government programme, please contact the helpline on 0800 368 5201.
School will be closed at the end of today 24/03/2020
Work is being sent home by post for after Easter. Work is also on Google classroom. To use google classroom students must ensure they log into RM Unify.
We are committed to achieving high standards for all our students. Our expectations of students are high in terms of academic achievement and personal behaviour.
As a relatively small secondary school we believe that we have the opportunity to know each of our students as individuals. Respect for other people is one of our core values and this contributes to a strong school community. Students here are encouraged to take on leadership roles and responsibilities from an early age. We have a strong programme of extra-curricular activities and expect our students to make a positive contribution to school life.
With recent examination results above the national average and good Ofsted reports we offer an excellent education for boys of all interests and abilities.
Message from the Headteacher
This is a unique school with a wealth of tradition and history, yet a school which always looks to the future.
Ms A Saunders, Headteacher