Rawlins has existed for over 300 years and, despite the many educational changes that have taken place over this time, at the heart of the school remains is its desire for its pupils to aspire to achieve, by providing academic challenge and educational opportunities for all.
We believe that every child is unique with many talents, which we hope to nurture and encourage in order for all our pupils to become active citizens of the future.
Rawlins is a Church of England academy with Christian values of compassion, wisdom and endurance. Our focus is to provide an environment that enables our pupils to be wise, compassionate and forgiving and for them to strive to achieve, recognising that in order to do so requires perseverance and hope.
We believe in everyone being accountable for their actions and we urge our pupils to serve both their school and local community. Pupils at Rawlins participate and are extremely successful in a wide range of extra-curricular events, from the creative and performing arts, to sports and technological innovation.
We believe in giving back to the communities in which we live and help with fundraising for a number of local, national and international projects each year.
Rawlins is an inclusive school that embraces everyone, as shown by our special units for Autism and MLD. All of our pupils work together in genuine friendship and develop as well-rounded people as a consequence.
Young people today face a challenging and ever-changing world. Our desire as a school is to provide pupils with the skills, knowledge and confidence to succeed.