RR6 Open Event 2020

Welcome to our Virtual Open Event

A warm welcome to our RR6 virtual open event for 2020. We hope that although you are not able to visit our school sites in person, our presentations will help you make that all important decision for September 2021 and beyond.

The positive and inclusive culture at RR6 will ensure that you can fulfil your potential as a result of the expert teaching and broad range of opportunities the two schools are able to offer.

We encourage our students to step forward into each and every opportunity whilst giving them them confidence to do so. RR6 is a very special place and we look forward to showing you why.

Alison Jerrard, Headteacher,
Ricards Lodge High School

Welcome to the RR6 virtual event.

As you may be aware, RR6 is celebrating its tenth year and we are very proud of the achievements to date. Both schools have achieved Ofsted outstanding ratings and continue to validate the motto ‘United in Excellence’. Our Sixth Form provides excellent teaching and learning, a comprehensive enrichment offer, superb UCAS, Oxbridge and careers guidance and, importantly, responsible, mature and happy students.

RR6 is a great place to study. It’s a vibrant, stimulating and purposeful environment with excellent results and high achieving students who go on to study a wide variety of courses at university, gain a high level apprenticeship or move into appropriate employment.

This has been an unprecedented time for year 11 students and I wish you all the very best of luck with your studies this year. We look forward to meeting you in the near future.

Laura Howarth, Headteacher,
Rutlish School

RR6 is the combined Sixth Form of Ricards Lodge High School and Rutlish School.

We offer students at different academic levels access to courses in a wide range of curriculum areas including our specialist subjects.

As a Sixth Form student at RR6 you will benefit from our commitment to first class teaching and also a pastoral framework that will support you in becoming an independent achiever.

As you approach the end of Key Stage 4 you are faced with a range of choices about what you do next. All 16 to 18 year olds must remain in education, training or employment. The decision to remain in education has many advantages.

You will need higher qualifications in order to progress into higher education at university. In the workplace, those with higher level qualifications, including graduates, can command considerably greater salaries than those without.

Remaining in education is an investment which will pay dividends throughout your life.

Please Note: This event site contains a variety of footage and photos taken both before and after March 2020.

Destinations 2020

See below for RR6 Destinations 2020. Where might studying at RR6 take you in 2022?