Projects and collaborations

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The Festival on The Close

As part of the school's flagship biannual Festival on The Close, over 600 children from partner schools and colleges joined Rugby School children in a range of performance workshops and performances f …

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Landor Society

  The English department have run Landor Society  for an hour each week for year 12 students. This is a literary enrichment class led by a Rugby School teacher, or …

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Community Day

More than £11,000 was raised for the local Bradby Club as part of Rugby School’s 450th Anniversary programme to support the local community.  Fundraising projects have taken …

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Riding for the Disabled

Members of the school VIth form visit and help out at the centre which provides for young people with particular needs, difficulties and handicaps. Much of the work that is undertaken involves the you …

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Scouts

Members of the school community lend a hand to support or run evening sessions which are laid on for the benefit of young people who are either Scouts, Guides, Beavers, Brownies, Rainbows or Cubs …

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Bradby Club

VIth form pupils take part in helping the youth club to run successfully. Duties include tending the bar, helping the adult staff in their roles and interacting with the young people at the club. …

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Rainsbrook

We send some of our VIth form pupils to a local young offender institution. Here our pupils offer support in the form of reading with the pupils or helping to boost their self-confidence and dev …

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Homework Club

Year 4, 5 or 6 pupils from our geographically closest primary school visit our VIth form centre where members of Rugby School's VIth form and year 11 assist the visitors in completing their homework. …

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First Schools' Day

We host around 300 pupils from various primary schools to enjoy a fun activity day. Last year, visiting pupils from Paddox Primary, Rokeby Primary, St Oswald's C of E Primary, St Andrew's Benn C …

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Shopping bag-packing

Pupils assist members of the public at the tills to pack their shopping bags. …

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Conservation

We assist the local volunteer group with clearing and conservation work on the Ashlawn Cutting Nature Reserve. …

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Social Service Music

Some of our more talented musicians perform at local care homes, schools and residential centres in town. These mini-concerts are performed for the benefit of residents, staff or children. …

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Social Service Art and Photography

VIth form pupils are invited to create large pieces of art to cover wall spaces in local primary schools, care homes and medical centres. …

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Social Service Visiting

Each week VIth form pupils visit one of a number of local care homes in town. Here our pupils interact with residents and play games or take part in activities run by the establishment. Oth …

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Charity Shops

Cancer Research British Heart Foundation Headway PDSA DAPP Life Sense …

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Mentoring

VIth form pupils visit one of 4 local primary schools the others being: Oakfield Primary Academy St Matthew's Bloxham C of E Primary Rokeby Primary  …

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First Schools Teaching

The project, which we call "First Schools Teaching", involves members of the VIth form going into one of several local primary schools each Wednesday afternoon to assist in the classroom or …

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Primary School Latin

Several VIth form pupils visit this local primary school every Wednesday afternoon and inroduce the pupils to Latin, helping them to develop their skills and knowledge. …


School details

Rugby School
Lawrence Sheriff Street
Rugby
CV22 5EH
England

T: +44 (0)1788 556274
E: admissions@rugbyschool.net
W: www.rugbyschool.co.uk

Head's name
Mr Peter Green
Religious affiliation
Church of England
Day/Boarding type
Day, Full boarding
Gender profile
Coeducational
Size
800 pupils
Boarding
293
Day
74
Sixth form
184

Girls

46 %
Boarding
353
Day
80
Sixth form
183

Boys

54 %