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Year 6 - Year 7 Transition

Year 6 to Year 7 Transition

Our induction programme ensures that our newest students feel a part of the Rutlish community before officially joining in September.

The information on this page is an overview of our transition programme, and we hope it answers any questions you may have. Specific dates, times and details are sent after offers are made.

Important Dates for Transition 
Key Dates    

March

Welcome Information 

Welcome letter sent with diary dates for induction events.

May

Transition Information

Parents sent Rutlish App enrolment code and given information on Induction Events.

From 
24 May - 2 July

Online shop open for ordering school uniform

Some items can be bought from school and details of how to order, pay and collect will be sent to parents and carers.

School uniform information can be found on our website, click here 

18 June

CATs (Cognitive Ability Test) 

All Year 6 students who have been offered a place at Rutlish will complete CATs. 

5 July
5.45pm - 7.00pm

 

Induction Evening

Held in the Main Hall

The Headteacher and Head of Year 7 meet students and parents. Students have the opportunity to hear from existing Rutlish students.

6 July
9.00am - 2.15pm

Induction Day 

Students spend the day at Rutlish getting to know the school, taking part in taster lessons, touring the buildings and making new friends. 

11 & 12 July

Uniform Collection

You will receive a notification in the Rutlish App with your appointment date and time. All appointments will be between 4.00pm and 6.30pm.

16 September

Welcome Aboard & Social Evening

Year 7 Welcome Evening for Year 7 students and their families.  A wonderful opportunity to meet with school staff and the other students in the year group. 

Year 6 Transition Handbook

Please follow this link:

Transition Handbook

Student Summer activities - 2022

School Uniform

To find out about our school uniform rules and how to purchase the uniform please visit the page on our website by following this link:

 Uniform


You can find more information about Rutlish on our website.

 
 

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium grant is paid to schools for the purpose of increasing the aspirations and attainment of students from disadvantaged backgrounds. 

The money the school receives is based on the students who are recorded as being eligible for Free School Meals in the last six years, who are ‘Looked After’ or who have a parent serving in the armed forces. Please visit our Pupil Premium page on the website.