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  • Open Day - Thursday 7th July

    Published 28/06/22

    Day Tours: 9.30am to 11am & 1.30pm to 3pm. Days tours must be booked via the Academy

    Evening Tours: 6pm to 8pm

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  • FAB-U-LOUS dance workshop

    Published 24/05/22

    On Monday 23rd May, Robin Windsor, a former dance professional from BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, waltzed into The Priory Ruskin Academy leading our students through a series of dance workshops and motivational talks.

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  • Online Safety event for parents/carers

    Published 30/03/22

    Online Safety event for parents and carers - see details below. 

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  • African Drumming workshop

    Published 03/02/22

    Year 10 GCSE Music students participated in an African drumming workshop with a member of Lincolnshire Music Service. 

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  • Pop Choir at Ruskin

    Published 03/02/22

    On Wednesday 2nd February students from Year 7 - 13 participated in a singing workshop taken by Lincolnshire Music Service. 

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  • Summer School 2021

    Published 25/05/21

    An opportunity for Yr6 transition students to join us at Ruskin this Summer. Children will be engaged with fun, interactive and physically active workshop around teamwork, communication, problem-solving, resilience, healthy eating and wellbeing.  To book please contact:

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  • EU Settlement Scheme

    Published 16/03/21

    Read this article for information on the EU Settlement Scheme and the need for any EU citizen to apply for it.   

    EU Settlement Scheme

    As part of the EU Settlement Scheme Support team, the  Citizens Advice in Lincolnshire are working to promote the EU Settlement Scheme in the local South Kesteven area to ensure that EU, EEA, and Swiss nationals and their families are aware of the scheme and that they need to apply for it.  

    This is important as we are approaching the end of the grace period (deadline on 30 June 2021). Any EU citizen – as some of your pupils, parents, carers and staff may be - who will fail to secure a successful application to the scheme, may lose the right to live in the UK and to attend your school legally.

    For this reason,  the EU Settlement Scheme Support team are working hard to provide advice with general queries as well as end to end support for applicants with more complex cases. It is a free service, delivered through Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire (CASL) and funded by the Home Office.

    Contact details are shown below:

    ∙EU Settlement Scheme South Lincs Support Team Contact Details:
    Adviceline: 0800 448 0734 (Lines Open:Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm)

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  • Remembrance Day 2020

    Published 02/11/20

    The Covid-19 pandemic has left some in the Armed Forces community in dire need of urgent help.     At Ruskin, once again we would like to show our support for the armed services by wearing a poppy.    All money raised will go to The Royal British Legion.  Please see below for further information. 

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  • Reading Week

    Published 22/09/20

    On Monday 28th September 2020, Ruskin has its first Reading Week of the academic year.

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  • Travel around the world....

    Published 26/05/20

    For a second challenge during half term,  students, staff and families of Ruskin are going to see how far they can travel around the World, using purely human power as a team effort in the space of 9 days. 

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  • Ruskin Marathon Challenge

    Published 04/05/20

    From 4th - 10th May, many Ruskin students,  staff and families will undertake a marathon challenge  to raise money for NHS workers.

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  • School Closures: Key Workers

    Published 20/03/20

    Further to yesterday’s update, the government have now provided details defining key workers. This group includes:

     Health and social care
     Education and childcare
     Key public services
     Local and national government
     Food providers
     Public safety and national security
     Transport workers
     Utilities, communications and financial services

    More detailed guidance is available on the link provided below:

    If you believe you are a key worker and you are in need of childcare over the next two weeks, please may I ask you to fill in the form below. I would appreciate a prompt return, if possible by 2:00pm Friday 20th March so we can plan staffing levels accordingly.

    It is very important to us that we can provide essential support to those who need it in this difficult time. As such, please may I ask that this provision is used only when working shift patterns and no other suitable childcare is available.

    I understand this will be very challenging for families and I do thank you for your continued support.

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