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  • Rutlish, a community of allies

    Published 21/05/21

    A group of our students in sixth form, RR6, have formed The Student Movement, supporting those affected by LGBTQ+ and BAME issues. 

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  • Mental Health Awareness Week

    Published 11/05/21

    Our winning poem for Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 has been chosen.

     This week is Mental Health Awareness Week 2021. Student and staff wellbeing is important to us at Rutlish School, especially after a challenging year for us all.

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  • RR6 Enrichment

    Published 29/04/21

    The RR6 Enrichment programme is varied with a wide range of activities to meet all interests. Alongside the Rutlish Bike Club, debate, mandarin, equalities and diversity, sport, pure fit, Duke of Edinburgh scheme, dance, politics and cultural affairs, students will also be involved in offering services to the local community.

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  • Women from History

    Published 30/03/21

    Our house competitions are always varied and competitive. The latest competition was themed on "Women from History".

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  • Great Big Art Exhibition

    Published 24/03/21

    Rutlish students take part in the national Great Big Art Exhibition.

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  • Sports Clubs

    Published 18/03/21

    Following lockdown at the start of 2021, we welcomed students back to school on 8 March and sports clubs were able to begin on Monday 15 March.

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  • Year 10 Virtual Trip to the London Stock Exchange

    Published 09/03/21

    In Careers Week during the 2021 lockdown Rutlish Year 10 Business Studies class took part in a virtual trip to the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) with our partners The Skills Builder Parnetship. The assignment set for the Year 10 team was to “come up with inventions to help people to work remotely and still feel part of a team”.

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  • Home Learning

    Published 12/02/21

    In January 2021 we saw the delay of students returning to school after the Christmas break and then the start of national lockdown 3. Our students moved to remote learning and many parents worked from home which brought new challenges for our families.

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  • Safer Internet Day

    Published 10/02/21

    On Tuesday 9 February 2021 Rutlish students participated in Safer Internet Day.

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  • A Poem - Children's Mental Health Week

    Published 05/02/21

    As Children's Mental Health Week 2021 comes to an end we wanted to share this poem by Donna Ashworth with you.

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  • Children's Mental Health Week 2021

    Published 03/02/21

    Place2Be's Children's Mental Health Week is taking place 1-7 February 2021. This year's theme is "Express Yourself".

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  • Mr R B Coyle, Rutlish Headteacher 1970 - 1985

    Published 25/01/21

    It is with sadness that Ms Howarth, Headteacher, announces Mr R B Coyle passed away on 30 December 2020.

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