Mark Rutherford School

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“I'd like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to everyone at Mark Rutherford for giving my daughter her enthusiasm and passion for learning back again, as this will inevitably encourage her to go on to university” Parent

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Returning to Mark Rutherford School

Returning to Mark Rutherford School, A Message from Mrs. Bloor: Click here

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Mark Rutherford School GCSE Results 2020

Congratulations to all Mark Rutherford Year 11 students. We are delighted with the results which is no less than the students deserve. This has been one of the most difficult years for students who have been denied the chance to show how well they can do in their exams. The pandemic has created circumstances that no one could have ever imagined or wished for but we feel that the Centre Assessed Grades reflect our students' ability and the hard work they have put in during their time at Mark Rutherford School. We are delighted that so many will be continuing their studies in the Sixth Form and wish all of our students well in their future endeavours.

There have been some fabulous individual successes, to name just a few:

Sophie Gormley achieved 11 Grade 9’s

Orla Keaveney achieved 10 Grade 9’s and one Grade 8

Mahrukh Khan achieved 9 Grade 9’s and 2 Grade 8’s

Caragh Welsh achieved 8 Grade 9’s, 2 Grade 8’s and 1 Grade 7

Jake Button achieve 6 Grade 9’s, 3 Grade 8’s, 1 Grade 7 and 1 Grade 6

Mrs Bloor, Headteacher said “We are very proud of what our students have achieved. Congratulations to all the students and staff for their hard work; this has been a really difficult time for students but we feel that the outcomes reflect the talent and ability of our students which has resulted in such positive results. They have had a challenging year and deserve their success. I wish them well in their future endeavours and look forward to welcoming many of them back into our highly successful sixth form”.

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A Level Success

Mark Rutherford School are very pleased with this summer’s A Level results despite the challenges this academic year has brought due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Mrs Foster, Deputy Headteacher and Director of Sixth Form said, ‘We are very proud of the students and the resilience they have shown through such unprecedented times with the majority moving on into their first choice options of university or apprenticeships’.  Those moving on to university have secured a number of competitive places to read a wide range of subjects.

Majority of the subjects on offer achieved a 100% pass rate with the percentage of A* and A grades also seeing an increase from last year; over 38% of all students achieved at least one A* or A grade.

A number of subjects achieved excellent results including Spanish, French, Music, Further Maths and English Literature with 100% A*-C grades.

Mrs Foster said, ‘We always look forward to hearing from the students and their successes as they start the next phase of their journey as confident and independent young adults’.

If you are interested in joining our high achieving and very successful Sixth Form, where students are supported and cared for by our dedicated and experienced teachers, please contact the Sixth Form Team via the school website.

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Our Sixth From Application process is open again - apply here

If you want more information about making an application to our highly successful Sixth Form then please contact SixthForm@mrus.co.uk

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Challenging Racism - we want to hear from you. 
Take part in our competition. To find out more, click here.

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The NSPCC is a really important charity offering a wide range of support to both children and their families.

If you have concerns about a child, please visit the NSPCC website to contact one of their trained online counsellors or get in touch with them by email at help@nspcc.org.uk or by phone free at 0808 800 5000

The website also gives access to lots of support for parents with parenting tips for all stages of a child's life, as well as advice on how to deal with difficult situations.

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The school is partially closed, however, we will continue to update you via our website, social media platforms and our InTouch messaging service. If you need to communicate via email then please use schoolclosures@mrus.co.uk – this email address is being accessed by key staff to include Mrs Foster, Acting Headteacher and our designated safeguarding lead.

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Mission Statement

We believe that every child is unique.  Our aim is to provide broad, balanced, personalised learning experiences that will enable them to be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and to achieve economic well being.

If you require further information about how you or your family can stay safe online or if you are concerned about a family member or friend then click here for some useful advice and for ways you can get some support.

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Mark Rutherford School
Wentworth Drive, Bedford, Bedfordshire Mk41 8PX
Telephone 01234 290200 : Fax 01234 290236 : Email: mark.rutherford@mrus.co.uk
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