Learning today for a better tomorrow. We are The Richmond Family.

Statutory Information

Our Rules

We are kind.
We are respectful.
We make the right choices.

Our Vision and Values

Our vision is:
Inspiring children to have the skills, confidence and high aspirations that they need to do their best in life. A Richmond learner will be:
  • Skilled academically, with a love of reading 
  • Aspirational 
  • Prepared and organised 
  • Able to communicate well 
  • Resilient and self-aware 
  • Confident and adventurous 

Our values are:
Hope: We recognise our own potential and work hard to turn our dreams into reality. #BeActive
Friendship: We love each other. We ensure that every member of our school family is recognised and accepted. #Connect
Forgiveness: We take seriously what we have done wrong. We try our best to not repeat our poor actions. Every day is a fresh start.
Compassion: We show kindness to, and deep respect for, one another. We welcome, nurture and support everyone in our school family. #TakeNotice
Thankfulness: We know that it is always important to show gratitude and to remember to say thank you. #Give
Wisdom: We all recognise our own talents, and the things that we find difficult. We embrace and learn from every experience, positive or negative. #Learn

Accessibility and Equality

The Richmond School, Skegness, is committed to the fair treatment of – and the elimination of any discrimination, harassment or victimisation towards – all stakeholders (including pupils, staff, parents and carers) irrespective of age, ability, disability, gender, sex, pregnancy/maternity status, race, religion, religious belief or sexual orientation, in line with its legal responsibilities.

Paper Copies

You are entitled to a physical copy of some of the information on this page. The school uses the model publication scheme template from the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) to outline the cost of collating these physical copies. Please contact us using the button below if you wish to receive any of the listed documents as a hard copy, taking note of any copying/printing fees.
Below is the statutory information required by the School Information Regulations, plus other key documents. Policies are revised, and ratified by the Governing Body, on a rolling programme; as such, though the policies listed here are the latest published versions, these may be going through the process of being updated.

No-one in our organisation earns more than £100,000.

Admissions Policy

It is the policy of Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) that schools link to the relevant 'Admissions Policies' page of the LCC website:

For appeals information, please visit:

Attendance Policy

Behaviour Policy

Charging Policy

Complaints Procedure and Policy

Early Career Teachers Policy

Educational Visits Policy

eSafety Policy

Homework Policy

Health and Safety /Lockdown (Shutdown of the School) Policy

Health and Safety /Lockdown (Shutdown of the School) Policy

Ofsted Report

Paired Learning

Parental Code of Conduct

Performance Tables

Pupil Premium

Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE)

Remote and Blended Learning

Safeguarding Policy

School Brochure

Schools' Financial Benchmarking and Value Statement

The school does not have any employees who are earning more than £100,000 per annum.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Our SENCO: Louise Newson can be contacted via the main school office enquiries@richmond.lincs.sch.uk

Sports Premium


All items below are required school uniform unless stated otherwise. Logoed items are available but optional.
  • Brown trousers, shorts, skirts or pinafores 
  • Yellow polo tops 
  • Brown sweatshirts or cardigans
  • Yellow checked summer dresses (optional)
  • Brown or black tights
  • Brown or black school shoes
  • Sandals may be worn but must not be backless
  • Black shorts for PE
  • A yellow PE t-shirt
  • A dark-coloured tracksuit (optional)
  • Trainers
  • Small stud earrings are allowed but must be removed for PE
  • Medic alert bracelets are allowed as are watches but no other jewellery should be worn
  • Extreme hairstyles will not be tolerated and parents/carers will be contacted

Logoed items of school uniform (sweatshirts, cardigans, polo tops and PE t-shirts) can be purchased from the school shop. Orders should be placed via ParentPay.
All other items of uniform can be purchased from Asda and Marks and Spencer.
Second-hand uniform is available from the school office.