Year 7 students to start at 8.30am. Year 8 - 11 students to start at 9.30am.
Year 7 students to start at 8.30am.
Year 8 – 11 students to start at 9.30am.
All Day (Tuesday)
Watery Lane, Merton, London SW20 9AD
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YEAR 11 & RR6 RESULTS 2018 – 2019
To compare our School’s results please follow this link.
YEAR 11 – HEADLINE FIGURES
|2019||2018 Boys National Average|
|Progress 8 (estimated)||+0.77||-0.25|
|Maths – Grade 5+||58%||49%|
|English – Grade 5+||72%||52%|
|EBacc average point score||4.69||3.80|
|% of students staying in education or entering employment||95% (2018 figure)|
All averages based on 2018 national averages. Progress 8 is based on the 2018 averages and methodology.
YEAR 11 – GCSE
|Subject||9-7 (Grade (A*/A) Rutlish||9-7 Boys national *||9.4 (Grade A*C) Rutlish||9-4 Boys national *|
*Boys only 2019 England – source JCQ
** Based on 2018 National Averages as published by FFT 2018.
YEAR 11 – BTEC VOCATIONAL COURSES
|Distinction/Distinction* (Level2||Distinction* – Pass Level 2|
To compare our 16-18 results please follow this link.
RR6 – AVERAGE GRADE
|Average grade A levels||B|
|Average grade Applied General (Vocational)||Distinction|
RR6 – A LEVEL
|Government & Politics||35||59||100|
RR6 – BTEC
|A*-A equivalent||A*-C equivalent||A*-E equivalent|
|Business Studies (extended certificate)||0||56||100|
|Health & Social Care (extended certificate)||0||36||100|
|ICT (extended certificate)||0||20||100|
|Media Studies (extended certificate)||21||86||100|
|Music (subsidiary diploma)||67||100||100|
|Performing Arts (extended certificate)||40||100||100|
|Photography (extended certificate)||0||56||100|
|Production (subsidiary diploma)||29||86||100|
|Science (extended certificate)||0||44||100|
|Sport (extended certificate)||0||83||100|
Rutlish qualified as one of the top 10% of schools in England by improving its GCSE results year on year from 2008-2018. Every school in the country has been ranked according to how much progress they made in improving their GCSE results in 2011 in new rankings released by SSAT the body that carries out the business of the old Specialist Schools and Academies Trust.
“Rutlish School should be congratulated for their stunning achievement in improving their GCSE results. Rutlish School has proved itself to be one of the best schools in the country at improving GCSE outcomes for their students. There is plenty that other schools could learn from Rutlish School’s success”. – Sue Williamson, Chief Executive of SSA