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Teach Wimbledon in partnership with the University of Roehampton are pleased to invite you to our first ever‘Train to Teach’ Digital Open event on Wednesday 6th May 2020 at 6.30pm – 7.30pm. Our webinar session will provide you with virtual access to knowledgeable, experienced representatives from both Teach Wimbledon and Roehampton University, who will be […]
Rutlish School tops national performance tables Official ratings put Rutlish School as England’s best performing non-selective state funded boys’ school, based on the progress our students make from when they start at the school to when they complete their GCSEs. The just-released School Performance tables confirm our excellent 2019 exam results, with Rutlish boys scoring […]
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 […]
Rutlish School Full Governing Body Annual Statement 2018/19 As one chapter in the history of Rutlish School ends, another begins. The year of responsibility for acting co Headteachers Ms Heather Ford and Mr Kevin Curran is drawing to a close, and I would like to thank them both and the whole Senior Leadership Team for […]
Rutlish School is one of the highest performers in England, winning national awards Rutlish School has been recognised nationally by receiving prestigious awards for their outstanding key stage 4 and 5 results last year. The awards are based on 2019 data provided by the Department for Students and Teachers network. Rutlish School was found to […]
WORLD BOOK DAY AT RUTLISH SCHOOL Rutlish students celebrated their literacy on World Book Day through a range of activities. 8C produced a World Book Day assembly, sharing ideas about extending their own reading (eg to read the whole of a book series) and challenging the rest of Year 8 to do the same. In […]