* Year 8 Parents Evening ~ Tues 10th Dec * Christmas Concert ~ Thurs 12th Dec * Foundation Day ~ Mon 16th Dec * LAST DAY OF TERM ~ Fri 20th Dec. Finish at 1pm *
Draft Admissions Arrangements for 2015
The proposed draft admissions arrangements for 2015 can be viewed by clicking on this link. The arrangements for 2015 are very similar to those for 2014 with the exception that the criteria for allocating places state that the school proposes to offer up to eight places for students living in the priority circle, in receipt of Free School Meals, whose scores are in the qualifying score range as determined by the Committee of Reference. This change reflects the school’s long standing commitment to social inclusion. In order to be able to give priority to students receiving free school meals, the school needs to vary its Funding Agreement. It is in the process of applying to the Secretary of State for permission to do this.
The consultation on the draft arrangements opens on December 10th and closes on February 18th . Responses to the consultation can be emailed to email@example.com or delivered to Allan Kerr, Clerk to the Governing Body, Rugby High School, Longrood Road, Rugby, CV22 7RE.
Whether you are using this site as a student, parent, governor, member of staff or as a member of the general public, we hope that you will find it a useful source of information. If you have a query to which you cannot find the answer, please contact us and we will do our best to answer it.
Welcome to Rugby High School. We believe that learning should be enjoyable. Our students’ enthusiasm and commitment are evident whether they are learning a new language, conquering a zip wire, or discovering how to make toothpaste. We provide students with a wide range of different experiences outside the classroom: this year we are visiting India to learn about philosophy, Montenegro to experience river rafting and Wales to learn to abseil.Our school community is led by students who have others’ interests at heart and who give generously of their time to run a huge range of clubs and societies, listen to those with a problem or lend a helping hand with school work.