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Relation to Rutlish School
The Old Rutlishians’ Association provides sports and social facilities for former pupils, teachers and other local people and their children. The Association’s Clubhouse and grounds in Poplar Road, Merton Park are five minutes walk from the school.
The Rutlish Foundation is the Foundation for Rutlish School and the reason the School is Voluntary Controlled. The Foundation has freehold or leasehold title to all the school properties. It provides funds to the School for activities or to support individual students in areas where the Local Authority is not responsible for funding.
For more information please visit the Rutlish Foundation website
You can also follow the Foundation on Twitter @RutlishFound
Grants to Students
The Rutlish Foundation provides grants to assist students who have attended Rutlish School for 3 years or live locally, taking full time first degree or comparable courses at Universities, Teacher Training establishments or other establishments of further education. These grants supplement mandatory grants (where applicable) or student loans, not replace them. It may also support research students and those taking further degree courses.
For more information, a copy of the application and current grant regulations please visit the Rutlish Foundation website
Should you have any queries checking your eligibility or regarding a current application, please contact Mr. Mills via email: email@example.com .
“Rutlish School – The First Hundred Years”, the book by Colin Brock is available from the Foundation price £10.
For further information contact Graham Mills, Clerk to the Trustees: firstname.lastname@example.org