A Warm Welcome

At Royal School Dungannon our focus is on the pupil and we invite you to sample pupil life at RSD.

Existing pupils: Please access the PUPILS link at the top left of this screen.

I feel cared for

We understand the needs of our pupils and we provide exceptional pastoral care via a dedicated team of professional and caring staff.

FamilyWorks, our school counselling service, has offered to continue to work remotely with RSD pupils.  For more information please visit our Pastoral Page.

RSD Boarding

At RSD our aim is to ensure that boarding is an enjoyable experience and that the boarding environment helps boarders to develop academically, spiritually, physically and emotionally.

I feel welcomed

We work hard to ensure that entering RSD as a new Year 8 pupil is both an exciting and reassuring experience.

I feel confident

We provide a safe and caring environment where pupils have the opportunity to develop their self-confidence and reach their academic potential in an atmosphere of mutual respect.

I feel a sense of belonging

Our House System complements the pastoral work of the Heads of Year and Form Tutors and contributes to the pupils’ sense of belonging to the school community.

I feel proud

Pupils are expected to wear their uniform with pride and to understand that they represent the School and are promoting its identity.

I am learning

The focus at RSD is on learning. We value knowledge and help all pupils to have a sound understanding of the subjects they study.

I am discovering

Our curriculum is a blend of traditional subjects from the Sciences, Arts, Humanities and Languages alongside more practical and contemporary subjects.

I am progressing

We monitor the academic progress of all pupils during each Key Stage. The focus is on helping pupils and parents to understand where a pupil is in terms of his or her learning in each subject.

I am achieving

At RSD pupils fulfil their academic potential. Performance is consistently above the average figures for both UK and Northern Ireland schools.       GCSE Results A Level Results

Congratulations to our Duke of Edinburgh Award winners!

Congratulations to our Duke of Edinburgh Award winners!

The DofE is an award for senior pupils consisting of four sections at Silver level: volunteering, skills, physical and an expedition, however with COVID we have pupils in Y13 and Y14 collecting their awards today.

Completing your DofE Award is a great achievement as the award requires a lot of effort, time and dedication. That feeling after the expedition when you finally take off your walking boots and realise you have completed your challenge is immense!

Congratulations to the following pupils who have successful completed their Silver DofE award:

Avis Ip, Harold Ng, Ethan Burke, Daniel McClean, Hannah Glasgow, Jada Lai, Yu Hin Pang, Chloe McCollum, Crystal Ho, Reece Ferguson, Miriam Carson, Callum Walker, Reuben Hampton, Rebecca Graham, Hannah Herron, Lois Carson, Kristin Fenton, Caleb Burke, Kamile Gasiunaite, Eva Cavanagh, Safron Smith, Emma Chambers, Katie Ewing, Lucy Archer and James Shaw.

The following pupils have received the Certificate of achievement for having completed 3 sections, but not the expedition section:

Eliza Richardson, Catherine Richardson, Shannon Kelly Troughton, Grace Wylie, Aaryn Tang and Ellie Heatherington

Well done everyone! What an amazing achievement!

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Pupil Absentee Line:

If your child is to be absent from RSD, please contact the school on

028 87 724966.

march, 2024

11mar7:30 pmSpring Concert7:30 pm Royal School Dungannon

18marAll DayBank Holiday(All Day: monday)

19marAll DayStaff Day (No School)(All Day: tuesday) Royal School Dungannon

19marAll DayParent Teacher Interviews Years 8 and 9(All Day: tuesday) Online

22marAll DaySpring Reports and Dashboards to Years 11-14 Parents(All Day: friday) Royal School Dungannon

22mar12:45 pmEnd of Easter Term12:45 pm Royal School Dungannon

22mar7:45 pmFormer Pupils' Dinner7:45 pm Royal School Dungannon

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Visit the School Events page to view events covering the full academic year.

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