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  • Sixth Form Open Evening - Wednesday 6th November 6.15pm - 8.45pm

    Published 18/09/19

    For all prospective applicants to our Sixth Form in September 2020.

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  • We are 100!

    Published 09/10/19

    Marking the start of our 100 Anniversary Celebrations

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  • Rehearsing for A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Published 09/10/19
    Preparations began back in June for this year’s school play and now the cast lists are up and rehearsals are well underway to bring to life Rugby High’s modernisation of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Students from across
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  • Watch the video below of students and staff creating RHS 100

    Published 09/10/19
    Assembling on the school field to mark the start of our 100 anniversary celebrations:      
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  • Celebrating National Poetry Day

    Published 09/10/19
    It was certainly a day of celebration last Thursday with the whole of the school participating (in one way or another) in the 25th anniversary of National Poetry Day. Every student had the opportunity to listen to performance poets and animated poems
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  • The Great European Bakeoff

    Published 02/10/19
    In celebration of European Day of Languages Last Thursday was the European Day of Languages and to celebrate, the languages department organised the third annual Great European Bake Off. Over 40 entrants took part from various year groups, making
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  • Students share their experience of Oxford and Cambridge University

    Published 01/10/19
    On Friday 20th September, Nikita, Lucy and Bridget came to talk to Year 13 students about their experiences of applying to Oxford and Cambridge. Over a cup of tea (and chocolate biscuits) they offered insight and wisdom into the whole process! Nikita
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  • Physics students inspired by Summer Engineering Courses

    Published 24/09/19

    Engineering Course Experience

    If you enjoy Physics, Maths and practical problem solving then a career in engineering may suit you down to the ground. There are so many different branches of engineering, you may find it difficult to know what might interest you. There are lots of charitable organisations who subsidise short engineering courses for students at all key stages. Keep an eye out regularly in our newsletter to links to courses such as those run by Headstart and The Smallpeice Trust. Below you can read about the experiences that two physics students had last summer.

    Susan MIghall, Head of Physics

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  • Poetry Success

    Published 24/09/19
    Shona Whelan’s (Year 13) translated poem of ‘Today', originally written in Armenian, made it all the way to the final longlist of the national Modern Poetry in Translation competition which was  judged by poet and playright,
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  • Year 7 Parents' Information Evening, Tuesday 17th September, 6pm - 7pm

    Published 10/09/19

    We look forward to seeing Year 7 parents at our Information Evening

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  • Year 12 and Year 7 students take part in the Big Draw

    Published 09/09/19

    Students enjoy being part of the  National Big Draw Festival

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  • Thank you to Charlotte Marten

    Published 05/09/19

    After 13 years as Head Teacher, Charlotte Marten retires

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