As a part of our community first enrichment option, we have partnered with the friary to help them with their current appeal for men’s trainers, sizes 8-11 and women’s trainers, size 5-8. The friary Support local homeless and vulnerable adults who don’t tend to have a change of footwear. Office and formal shoes will not be accepted as they are not appropriate for this collection, however any other trainer style show would be very much appreciated.
Rushcliffe School recently held a non-uniform day (sports shirts for the Sixth Form) to support two organisations fighting racism in our local community. Thank you for supporting your child with their donation, through non-uniform and a delicious bake sale we raised over £1600!
A group of Rushcliffe pupils have recently launched an online newspaper called Students Speak. The paper will be published every three weeks with a variety of articles ranging from school based topics to worldwide news, with its main aim to give students a voice and a place to raise issues important to them.
As a way of providing stimulating and engaging opportunities beyond the core curriculum all y12 students take part in an enrichment activity.
Although the pandemic has prevented our regular annual visit from ASSET we are delighted to be showing ASSET’s video presentation to our current Y12 students this week to inform them about the charity’s vital work and give them the opportunity to register for the programme.
Our first of many UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) applications for our Y13 cohort was sent on October 1st! Mr Roberts, Head of Year 13 commented “I look forward to sending many more in the coming days with the Early Entry deadline of Oct 15th rapidly approaching.”
Want an unforgettable Autumn?
Well, look no further! Take part on NCS this half term and indulge in a week’s worth of activities that’ll help you make up for some of the time you lost over lockdown.
Today, we welcomed our year 13 pupils into school to collect their A level results. It was lovely to see them all again, having last seen most of them back in March when we went into lockdown. Despite the social distancing and other measures in place, pupils were able to congratulate…