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Arrive for a 6.30pm start in the LRC, Main Building. Please access the school by the Watery Lane entrance.
Arrive for a 6.30pm start in the LRC, Main Building.
Please access the school by the Watery Lane entrance.
(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Watery Lane, Merton, London SW20 9AD
On Wednesday 11 December, 200 students and staff will enjoy the live performance at the New Wimbledon Theatre. Reminder: Parents collecting students from the theatre after the show, should be available
On Wednesday 11 December, 200 students and staff will enjoy the live performance at the New Wimbledon Theatre.
Reminder: Parents collecting students from the theatre after the show, should be available by 3.20pm the latest.
Please contact Ms Dawkins for further details.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 3:20 pm
New Wimbledon Theatre
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What is our School Council?
- Giving students a chance to say what they want
- A place where views are listened to
- Sharing ideas
- Giving students experience of creating new initiatives
- Respecting students
- Respecting the environment around our school
- Involving the whole school community
- Making a platform for students to have the right to express their views
What is a Manifesto?
- What do you want your legacy to be
- What gives your life at Rutlish purpose and meaning?
- What do you want to accomplish in your school?
- What are you wanting to achieve?
- What do you want to do to support a change?
- Each student in the council has written a manifesto
Rutlish School Council 2019 was elected in March and is a group of 25 students from across Year 7-10. They will be working of four projects in the Summer Term:
- Work with Sodexo to implement new bins
- Try to reduce litter around the school
- Encourage students to get involved in recycling schemes, for example by picking up bottle lids
- Work with the Year 7 Eco reps to improve our carbon footprint
Well-Being of staff and students:
- Emotional and physical well-being
- Consider some changes to the food menu
- Lots of people do cycle to school
- Run 2 or 3 times a week
- New and improved facilities
- All inclusive sports days
- Well-being calendar sent to staff
- Weekly 5K run for staff
Language and Respect of all:
- We should try to minimise bad language in this school
- Working with the Anti-Bullying Team to promote acceptance of all
- You should tell someone when someone is annoying you
- Projects to do in tutor time
- Reps to be around at break and lunch
Enhancing Student Voice:
- Reading the results of the PASS survey
- Tutors and/or council representatives to select the most important issues to be discussed at council meetings
- Head boys to do an assembly about what is going on ‘behind the scenes’
- Online survey (Fronter) and make sure every tutor group has a voice
- Voice boxes placed around the school in places such as the LRC and the Manor House
As a School Council we will meet twice a half term. We will also have members of Year 9 and 10 attend the Merton Youth Parliament meetings every fortnight at Merton Civic Centre.
Meet our School Council 2019 School Council
Minutes of meetings