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  • Main School Open Evening, Tuesday 5th October

    Published 15/09/21

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  • Return to School information - Lateral Flow Device (LFD) testing – Parental Consent

    Published 03/09/21

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  • RHS IS COMMITTED TO SAFEGUARDING AND PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF STUDENTS. If you have concerns for a young person please click here.

    Published 12/01/21
    Safeguarding All staff, students, parents and carers have a duty to safeguard the young people with whom we work.  If you have concerns about a student please email: safeguarding@rugbyhighschool.co.uk  If you have a concern th
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  • Students Celebrate GCSE and A Level Results

    Published 12/08/21

    Rugby High School Students are, this week, celebrating their incredibly hard work, and looking forward to a very positive future!

    “In a year that has been incredibly challenging for our students and community, it is delightful that so many of our students are moving on to their first choice university course, Sixth form or the next step in training or employment that they had planned” said Mr Grady.“We wish them every success, knowing that their time with us has given them everything they need to continue onwards to great successes in the future.”  He added: “We are so pleased to see so many students wanting to come and join us for the sixth form, and be part of a very special community, academically rigorous, but warm, welcoming and supportive.”

    At A Level, the grades students have achieved through dedicated hard work, and passionate teaching both in and out of school has resulted in students making great next steps to some of the best universities in the country. The variety of courses students are pursuing is fantastic: Astro-Physics, Law, Philosophy, Human Neuroscience, Criminology, Economics - to name a few! Five students gained a place at Cambridge University; 3 students studying English Literature, 1 veterinary Science and 1 Modern and Mediaeval Languages.  13 students gained a place to study Medicine or Veterinary Science. Students have also been successful at gaining valued apprenticeships, including with Jaguar Land Rover. 

    At GCSE 4 students gained all grade 9s, a phenomenal achievement, and all our students gained grades offering them positive choices for their next steps. 

    Should you still be interested in joining our sixth form, please do contact sixthformadmissions@rugbyhighschool.co.uk

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  • Virtual Talks with Psychology experts for Year 12

    Published 15/07/21
    Year 12 Sociology and Psychology have enjoyed some virtual talks with experts in their fields this week.  On Wednesday, Professor Esther Dermott, Head of School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol, gave the sociologists a fascinating
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  • Birmingham Royal Ballet workshops

    Published 15/07/21
    Year 7 students took part in workshops run by the Royal Birmingham Ballet and watched a performance by the Leap Ensemble (Birmingham Conservatoire) – all  part of the ‘Festival on the Close’ that was held in Rugby. “Th
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  • Sports Day

    Published 14/07/21
    An element of normal returned to Rugby High on Sports Day last Friday.  It was a slightly different Sports Day from normal in that it didn’t take place over the course of the afternoon, but instead over 1 lesson per Year Group. That didn&r
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  • Let the (History) Games Begin!

    Published 07/07/21
    Following a long and challenging year, it was decided that 9T3 deserved an opportunity to allow their imaginations to fly and create a project which synthesised their learning for the year. This project was in the form of board games which, combining
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  • My DofE Challenge - by Sophia Chowdry

    Published 07/07/21
    My name is Sophia Chowdry and I completed the Bronze Expedition for my Duke of Edinburgh Award. I have cerebral palsy which means I have difficulty with mobility and balance. With my degree of cerebral palsy, I do not really notice I have it until I
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  • National Writing Day - a celebration of writing

    Published 23/06/21
     National Writing Day celebrates the joy of writing. This year the theme is connection, which we believe to be a very fitting choice given the year we have spent away from our friends and family. Writing makes connection possible by cr
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  • Pickleball: A new and rising sport at Rugby High

    Published 16/06/21
    Played on a badminton court, using badminton nets that have been lowered, all students from Year 7 – Year 11 will be taught how to play pickleball! The PE staff were trained by Sam Basford, regional director of pickleball, just before lockdo
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  • Charity Committee organises Rugby Food Bank Donation

    Published 09/06/21
    The RH6 Charity Committee held a non-uniform day in aid or Rugby foodbank.  Students were asked to bring in items of food and toiletries in return for spending the school day out of uniform.  The Committee collected all the donations f
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