Rushcliffe School Induction Parent Evening meeting moved to Thursday 12th July, 6.30pm
Following a large number of parents asking if the Year 6 Evening on Wednesday can be changed due to England playing in the World Cup semi-final we have decided to postpone the evening event to Thursday 12th July. The induction day will continue as normal on Wednesday for the pupils.
Boundary Road temporary closure - restricted access to school
With apologies for the last minute notification – we have only just received details of the closure of part of Boundary Road by contractors working on behalf of Severn Trent Water.
They are to carry out water connection works for our new Performing Arts and Languages building.
The closure is needed to ensure the safety of workers. This work will mean the closure of part of Boundary Road near the Selby Road junction to all traffic.
The closure is potentially from Monday 9th July 2018 (from 08:00) until Wednesday 11th July 2018 (appx 17:00). The point of closure is shown on this attached plan. It is on Boundary Road between the entrance and exit points of our loop road.
We fully expect the school to remain accessible, including for the Ruddington and Lady Bay school busses, however you may need to follow the signed diversions.
For safety reasons, under no circumstances should vehicles or cyclists attempt to enter the school site via the exit road – our loop road is strictly one way.
Please allow extra time for the journey to and from the school site.
We would encourage staff, pupils and visitors to cycle or walk to school if at all possible.
The NCT bus services 8 & 9/9B will need to be diverted, and will drop off further up Boundary Road.
Severn Trent assure us that as soon as the work is completed they will reopen the road.
Exam Results Days
Information on examination results days can be found here.
Owl Experience at Rushcliffe
Bob Morley from Risley recently visited the school with three of his owls. Over 50 pupils took part in the owl experience where Bob talked about each bird, it’s habitat and it’s characteristics. He also allowed the birds to fly free in the sports hall.
The pupils were fascinated and most students were given the opportunity to catch them and hold them. It was lovely to see our less confident pupils taking part.