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18th July
The summer newsletter is out now! Each term Ruislip High School brings you all the news from the pas...
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Summer newsletter 2019
26th June
Three ambitious Year 7 students competed in the Hillingdon Maths Challenge at Park Academy on Wednes...
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Maths tournament
16th June
Sixth Form students who study maths, computer science and physics were treated to a special lecture ...
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Sixth Formers hear about quantum technology
15th June
Year 12 enjoyed a chance meeting with some marine engineers on the A-Level Geography field trip whic...
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A-Level Geographers Meet Marine Engineers on Field Trip
12th April
Ruislip High’s Sixth Form team organised a successful trip to New York City and Washington DC from S...
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Sixth Formers Enjoy New York Experience
5th April
The spring newsletter is out now! Each term Ruislip High School brings you all the news from the pas...
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Spring Newsletter 2019
25th February
Sophie Murphy, ex-Ruislip High School (RHS) student who left in July 2014, visited RHS on Monday 25t...
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Sophie Murphy visits Ruislip High School
20th February
The annual Year 9 Battlefields trip took place over February half term from Sunday February 17th unt...
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Battlefields experience for Year 9 students
1st February
230 Ruislip High students took part in the winter reward trip on Friday 1st February. The reward tri...
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More than 200 students enjoy cinema trip reward
23rd January
Sixth Form students attended a special extended assembly on neuroscience given by Jeremy Dudman-Jone...
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Sixth Formers inspired by neuroscience talk
22nd January
Ruislip High students enjoyed a theatrical experience on Tuesday 22nd January. 20 students from Year...
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Students enjoy Macbeth at the Globe Theatre
21st December
The winter newsletter is out now! Each term Ruislip High School brings you all the news from the pas...
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Winter Newsletter 2018

Upcoming Events

Year 10 parent survey statistics

95%
95%My child is making good progress
95%
95%Teaching is good or above
98%
98%My child feels safe at school
98%
98%My child knows what to do to improve
Sidmouth Drive, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 0BY
01895 464 064

Welcome from the Headteacher

The journey for Ruislip High School began when the school opened its doors to its first cohort of Year 7 students in September 2006. In its short history, the school is proud to have been graded Outstanding by Ofsted in November 2007 and June 2011. The school’s reputation has grown in the local community as a school of choice in an area of excellent school provision. On 1st September 2018, Ruislip High School joined Vanguard Learning Trust, a local multi-academy trust, with Ryefield Primary School and Vyners Secondary School. We believe this is an exciting opportunity to develop a strong partnership with local schools which will provide more opportunities for our respective school communities.

Ruislip High School’s logo reflects the students’ journey from grass roots to reaching for the sky. We believe high aspirations are realised through high expectations. We believe that students need to take responsibility for their learning and their actions. Students are encouraged to be challenged in lessons and to understand that learning is not always about getting the right answer!

At Ruislip High, we offer students a diverse range of opportunities both in and out of the classroom: for example, we are one of a few schools to offer the Duke of Edinburgh Award at all levels - Bronze, Silver and Gold. We believe that students continue to develop their self-esteem and pride through their achievement in lessons and their commitment to enrichment activities, especially when they have to face new challenges. 

We are a school both in, and for, the community. We strive to be the best school we can be for our community and are determined to educate all our students so that they can fulfil their undoubted potential. We believe that engagement with our local community is essential. We have set up strong relations with local businesses, our feeder primary schools and with higher education institutions such as Brunel University. We work closely with parents and have fostered an open and reflective relationship through our annual parental questionnaires and termly parents’ focus groups. In addition, we are fortunate to be supported by the Friends of Ruislip High School, our PTA, which has shown a commitment to the school since its genesis in 2006.

We also ensure that our students have an established and effective ‘voice’ through subject focus groups, student questionnaires, our three groups of student leadership (Year 9, 11 and sixth form) and year team councils. It is through students’ positive engagement and sense of ownership that the school has gone from strength to strength. In September, 2012, we were delighted to inform the local community that we had increased our Year 7 intake from 150 to 180. In 2019, the school will expand again to 210 students in the Year 7 cohort. To accommodate the increase in student population, a new wing will be built and should be complete in 2020.  As part of the expansion, the school is opening two special resource provisions: one for physically disabled students and the other for high-functioning autistic students. These provisions reflect the school’s commitment to inclusive and comprehensive education.

Our vision for Ruislip High School is to build on our excellent foundation, ensuring that we provide all our students with a broad and balanced secondary education which will equip them for their future lives.

Dr Martina Lecky
Headteacher

Welcome from the Head of School

I feel very privileged to be the Head of School at Ruislip High School and I could not be prouder of the community and culture that our students and staff have created together. As a leadership team we believe passionately that education opens doorways and allows students to fulfil their undoubted potential.

Having responsibility for the day-to-day running of Ruislip High School, it is my role to ensure that the high expectations central to the school’s success are maintained. We believe that these high expectations are key to raising the aspirations of our students and creating the culture of confidence that allows them to enjoy and achieve during their time at the school. 

The school believes in the mantra that ‘hard work equals success’ and this can be seen not only with our alumni and alumnae , some of whom have attended the most prestigious universities in the country, but also in the resilience and character of all our current students who are academically driven and motivated to make a meaningful contribution to our society.

Teaching and learning will always be at the heart of everything we do at Ruislip High School. It is our core business and we will never lose sight of its importance. However, we also recognise that education is more than what happens in the classroom. The school runs an extensive ‘above and beyond’ programme that encourages students to thrive and pursue their interests whether these are extensions to the curriculum such as science club or more extra-curricular clubs ranging from gardening to Gaelic football. 

The school has maintained strong academic results over a number of years but, equally importantly, is committed to ensuring that the young adults who leave the school are fully prepared to face the challenges of the next stage of their education and/or their future careers.

I hope visitors find this website useful and informative, and I would welcome the opportunity of welcoming any prospective students or parents to the school in the near future.