Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge Rutlish Deputy Head Boy, Calum Thorne, became the Merton Regional Champion of the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge. The competition was set up by The Jack Petchey Foundation and the Speakers Trust and is the largest youth public speaking event in the world. Students can talk to a maximum of 3 […]
We have pleasure in attaching a copy of our most recent Ofsted Inspection and hope you will join us in congratulating all staff, students and parents in recognition of all their hardwork and such a great achievement. Rutlish School 10023743 final PDF Rutlish School has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted making it one of the top […]
Daily hardship is the order of the day for the children living in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya. With the lack of proper nutrition and clean water, children are at high risk of diseases such as cholera, malaria and typhoid. In addition, the children are faced with countless other difficulties. Last October Rutlish started […]
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Congratulations to Rutlish student, Daniel McMillan who is representing England in the European Badminton Championships in Kazan, Russia over the February half term holiday.
UPDATE: The Christmas boxes were very gratefully received and here are some of the children receiving their box. Christmas box video Our School community will know we have been supporting a Kenyan Charity this Christmas, the Kings Rugby Development Academy. We would like to pass on a huge thank you to the massive response we had. Particular thanks to the […]
Pupils from Year 8 visited a local care home to bring some festive cheer to the residents. Please see the full story in the Wimbledon Guardian.
If anyone has any spare musical instruments at home that they could donate to the school we would be very grateful. It would be helpful if they are in good condition but we can use anything! Thank you in advance
Lest we forget Students have been taking part in remembrance assemblies, in particular to remember Old Rutlishians. This video has been created by Roy Passingham.
During a period of significant educational change and development in Key stages 4 and 5, Rutlish continues to produce strong academic results. Key Stage 4 – GCSE At GCSE 70% of boys passed 9-4 (including A*-C) with English and Maths. An impressive 26% passed at 9-7 (including A*A) and 54% at 9-5 (including A*- B). As […]