Looking for something creative to do over the Christmas break? Why not enter the LRC Christmas Challenge and create a miniature book decoration.
There will even be a prize up for grabs!
After almost a year of planning 5 different campaigns, the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have been awarded their wellbeing badge by The Diana Award, to recognise their hard work over the past year.
Students from the Rushcliffe Geography club entered a competition to design flags for Antarctica. Their flags have now been taken all the way to Antarctica and had photos taken with real scientists from the British Antarctic Survey- how exciting!
Following the success of last year, Sewa Day Nottingham reached out to ask if Rushcliffe Sixth Form students and staff would like to support the Christmas Shoebox Appeal 2022, and of course the answer was a resounding Yes!
If you’re a former student of Rushcliffe, we want to hear from you!
Your experiences since leaving could help to motivate and inspire our current students to feel more confident in making decisions about their future. We’d love you to join our alumni network and stay connected with the school.
As part of Parliament Week, A Level Politics students were given the exciting opportunity to meet and question our Rushcliffe MP, Ruth Edwards. Whilst Ms Edwards is a Conservative MP herself, there was a wide range of political beliefs and stances within the room which allowed for many interesting and challenging questions to be asked.
Thanks to The Woodland Trust the Rushcliffe Eco Reps, with the help of the Year 12 Eco Ambassadors, have been busy planting more trees on the school site.
Our Year 7’s had a fantastic time at Walesby! Here are just a few photos from the week.