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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
  • Exam results guidanceRead the advice and guidance that has been issued around this year's GCSE and 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 and childcare setting closuresFind out if any local schools and childcare settings 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
  • School attendance enforcement procedureView the enforcement procedure for school attendance in Rutland
  • School Uniforms what you need to knowSchool uniforms can reduce peer pressure at school for the latest clothes and help children feel settled and prepared for school, but they can be costly for parents.
  • Medical needs policyThe Medical Needs Policy is there to support children