Rushcliffe Girls Can!

The ‘This Girl Can’ campaign was designed by Sports England to inspire females in the UK to move, jiggle or wiggle their way to participate in physical activity and sport. Rushcliffe have put their own twist on this campaign to encourage and inspire more girls to get involved in physical activity. All girls within the school have been encouraged to enter a sporting photo of themselves or their team with their own slogan to show that girls can overcome any barrier. Each week the most impressive photo will be awarded the Girl of the Week. Below are a few examples of Rushcliffe Girls Can photos that are displayed around the school.  Alongside this is a selection of the Year 10 girls who have put themselves forward to be ‘This Girl Can’ ambassadors for the younger students within the school. This involves organising intra-form events, running workshops, offering advice and ensuring all students have the opportunity they need to participate in physical activity. The focus of the campaign this half term is aimed at Year 10 girls who have the chance to attend various sessions each Monday 3.30-4.30 ranging from Zumba to Pilates, Yoga and Circuits

Rowing Course

rowing001

In the summer term of 2015, the opportunity has arisen once more for students in Years 7 to 9 to participate in a six week rowing course. Held at the Nottingham Rowing Club on the banks of the Trent, 10 pupils are able to take part in a course ranging from the basics, such as using a rowing machine, to the real thing!

Rushcliffe Election 2015

The results of the Rushcliffe School Election are in, and they have a different feel from the current trend in the General Election 2015!

Results

Conservatives – 29% – 356 votes
Labour – 45% – 552 votes
Lib Dem – 11% – 134 votes

BBC news

at Rushcliffe School recording 'hustings' for the school elections on 7th May and gathering views about voting

Real Homework

real

REAL Homework Projects (Rushcliffe Extended and Advanced Learning) aim to make homework a fun, manageable and enriching part of the curriculum, where pupils spend extended periods creating, learning and enjoying the tasks. 

read more

Parent View

 Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

 Parent View gives you the chance to tell us what you think about your child’s school.

Twitter

Rushcliffe School

PGL pupils and staff now back in the UK. Estimated to arrive back in school at around 3pm.

by Rushcliffe School