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Students visit Argos HQ to discuss diversity and equality - posted 15th Oct

Ten students from the RHS Equality and Diversity Committee visited the Argos headquarters in Milton Keynes on Monday 15th October. This followed a previous visit in November 2017 where some students sent a letter to Argos about its catalogue not depicting gender-neutral themes, mixed play and equal representation of males and females, and showing models of all races across its catalogue. This resulted in Argos acknowledging the changes and calling the students back to show its new plans. The students were thrilled to see all the changes that Argos has promised to bring in its 2019 catalogue and then implementing them in the near future with its global partners. The Head of PR and Marketing at Argos said, "We were once again impressed with the Ruislip High students, their articulacy and their level of behaviour." The management at Argos have now shown interest in visiting Ruislip High School during the Equality and Diversity week in November.

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Sixth Formers hear from Sir Harold Walker - posted 3rd Oct

The Sixth Form welcomes external speakers twice every half term to speak to all Year 12 students. This year the timetabled slot is Wednesdays Period 5 (Week A) in the drama studio. The first speaker on Wednesday 3rd October was Sir Harold Walker, a former British diplomat who worked mainly in the Middle East and Africa.

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A-Level trip to The British Library - posted 24th Sep

All A-Level English students took part in a workshop at The British Library on Monday 24th September. The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and the largest national library in the world by number of items catalogued. Students were accompanied by Ms Marsh, Ms Woodcock, Mrs Hill and Ms Keenan.

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Year 11 students experience life at the University of Cambridge - posted 20th Sep

Nine Ruislip High School Year 11 students joined a wider Hillingdon schools trip to the University of Cambridge on Thursday 20th September. The visit was led by Ruislip High’s Assistant Head of Year 13, Mr Peacock. The students spent the day at Robinson College, one of the university's 31 colleges. They listened to a sample academic lecture about gender history, a talk about applying to university and what living and studying in Cambridge is like. They also had the chance for a question and answer session with current students of the College about their experiences. The day finished with students being given a guided tour of Robinson College. The day proved very thought-provoking for the students, as they saw all of the exciting opportunities that a Cambridge education could offer them. The students realised that, with continued hard work and perseverance, a place at Cambridge is achievable.

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A Level Results 2018 - posted 16th Aug

Students at Ruislip High School have celebrated their A-level results and the school is delighted that the vast majority of students achieved the grades necessary to meet their university offers. Students have been offered places on courses at a number of prestigious Russell Group universities including Physics at the University of Nottingham, Psychology at University College London and History at the University of Warwick.

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Year 10 Geography field trip to Swanage - posted 2nd Jul

The GCSE Geography field trip to Swanage which took place from Monday 2nd July to Friday 4th July. Study sites included Studland Bay, Swanage Bay, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, all part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Students were collecting field data for their GCSE Geography Unit 3 exam ‘Geographical Applications’. The enquiry questions were ‘How does the coastal management of Studland Bay compare to Swanage Bay’ and ‘How successful is Swanage as a tourism destination?’

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