- Business Studies
- Design and Technology
- Drama / Performing Arts
- Progress Centre
- Modern Foreign Languages
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All students are assessed on entry into Rutlish School. This facilitates early identification of need. Learning Support provides in-class support and small group work for students with statements of Special Educational Needs and others on the Special Needs register. Workshops are varied including literacy teaching: reading for meaning, comprehension, spelling and numeracy. Students identified as having Special Learning Difficulties or Language and Communication Difficulties are also supported via small group or one to one sessions. Groups are run to support students with developing social skills, organisation and accessing the national curriculum. Additional in-class support helps access to NC.
Speech And Language Provision (the ARP)
Rutlish School has Additionally Resourced Provision for ten boys with identified Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Support programmes are individually organised with input from a SLC Therapist. Boys identified as having Speech, Language or Communication Needs have access to specific teaching and learning programmes covering literacy, language and social skills.