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Schools, education and learning

There are changes to the way our schools, education and services are running at the moment, because of COVID-19. These changes include: assessments being completed virtually,  socially distanced face to face meetings and some services only being available over the phone or email
  • Returning to school safelyInformation for parents and children on returning to school safely
  • GCSEs: What to do nextFind out about the options available to students after getting their GCSE results
  • A-Levels: What to do nextFind out about the options available to students who have received their A-Level results
  • School AdmissionsInformation on school admissions for all schools in Rutland and how to appeal if your child has not been given a school placement.
  • Early Education and ChildcareInformation and advice on early education and childcare within Rutland.
  • Special Education NeedsWhat to do if you are concerned for your child's educational needs and the schools that are available in Rutland for children with special educational needs.
  • School Term DatesSchool Term Dates for Rutland maintained schools only.
  • Schools in Rutland There are 20 mainstream primary and secondary schools in Rutland with a mix of academy and non-academy. You can also find information about In Year Admissions
  • Free School MealsInformation on what a school meal should consist of and how to find out if you are eligible for a free school meal.
  • School Uniform GrantsSchool clothing grants are payments to assist with the cost of school clothing for state-maintained school pupils
  • Schools ForumThe Schools' Forum is both a consultative and decision-making body whose purpose is to advise the local authority in line with the Schools' Forum (England) Regulations 2012.
  • Elective Home EducationRead more about our policy on providing education from home.
  • School and College TransportSchool and College Transport
  • Adult learning and skillsThe Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service (RALSS) offers opportunities for adults to improve skills through a range of academic and vocational courses.
  • School GovernorsNo special qualifications are needed before you can become a school governor. This page provides more information if you're interested in becoming a governor.
  • School closuresFind out if any local schools are currently closed
  • The Emma Molesworth TrustThe Emma Molesworth Trust supports Rutland residents undertaking agricultural related courses.
  • Religious Education Religious Education resources and information on SACRE and Collective Worship.
  • Scheme for the Financing of Schools Scheme for the Financing of Schools
  • SEND Local Offer The Local Offer is here to help you find services and information for 0-25 year olds with special educational needs and disabilities.
  • Virtual School HeadInformation and signposting for schools and parents/guardians of looked after and previously looked after children