AIMS, ETHOS AND VALUES
Ricards Lodge High School offers a broad and balanced, stimulating and forward-looking education together with a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. The school’s strong pastoral support structure enables careful monitoring of the progress and welfare of every girl. Ricards Lodge values individuality whilst emphasizing equally the importance of tolerance, teamwork and collective responsibility. The school values its partnership with parents in the education of their daughters.
The school strives to build confidence, integrity and excellence in a caring, innovative and happy community so that each girl leaves having been given the best possible chance of achieving her full potential, taking with her sound values, a breadth of skills and knowledge and ready to face the challenges of life.
We are proud of our comprehensive status and our girls come to us from a wide range of abilities backgrounds and cultures. We value the diversity of the staff and student body and celebrate the similarities and differences that exist between us.
We stimulate and challenge all of our students ensuring that as ‘Successful Women of the Future’ they have the qualifications, skills and motivation to make a difference to our society in whatever field they choose.
The Sixth Form (RR6) is co-educational and United in Excellence with Rutlish School to offer a very wide range of courses.
Free School Meals/Pupil Premium checking service
To access the New online Free School Meals/Pupil Premium checking service and download your free copy of Sophos AntiVirus software for your computer please click on the following link: https://pps.lgfl.org.uk/
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping our school to improve.
Please log in at http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/
What to do if you are worried about a child?
Safeguarding the young people in our care is of the utmost importance, if you are worried about a child during term time please call the school office and ask to speak to a Designated Safeguarding Lead. At any other times, please see below:
Or in an emergency contact the police by telephone on 999