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Supporting the Future of Sport at RGS

The Sportsman's Wall will be a memorial that will last for generations at RGS.
5 Jul 2019
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An RGS education is far broader than just the subjects our boys study. Our programme of over twenty co-curricular sports, unparalleled in the state sector, is one of the ways we promote the balance so critical in personal growth, enabling us to draw out talent wherever it lies.

To this end, we are embarking on an ambitious programme of remodelling and refurbishment of our gym facilities.  Our goal is to further enhance the dedicated space used to deliver the outstanding programme of sports we provide.  A programme designed to support the personal development of all our boys.

How can you help?

Donations at all levels support the future of sport at RGS and the campaigns and fundraising programmes being run across the School more widely. For those donors wishing to make gifts of £1,000 or more, there are a number of opportunities to contribute to projects throughout the School. If you would like to know more about this please contact campaign@rgshw.com

Buy a Brick 

The Sportsman's Wall is a specially reserved area outside the Sports Building for pupils, their families, alumni and supporters of RGS to have their names engraved into a brick to share with loved ones for many years to come.

You can sponsor a brick in your name, your son's, or in the name of a pupil to commemorate their time at the school. By buying a brick you will be helping to ensure the future of all sports at RGS and to inspire the next generation of sportsmen.

The Sportsman's Wall will be a memorial that will last for generations at RGS.

How It Works

Design Your Inscription:
The bricks can contain names and numbers  including spaces. All names will be in upper and lower case and automatically centred. Military titles are not recommended but honorary titles (ie OBE) are acceptable. 

If you would like advice, please contact us on: rgshwfrorgs@gmail.com

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