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Key Stage 4 results day, Thursday 12th August 2021 - posted 12th Aug

Students at Ruislip High School have celebrated their GCSE and Level 2 vocational results today. Following a rigorous process to determine students’ teacher assessed grades (TAGs), school staff were delighted to see the hard work of students, supported by their families, celebrated as students opened their results. All school staff would like to congratulate students for their achievements and for the incredible resilience they have shown during the pandemic. The majority of Year 11 students are returning to Ruislip High School’s Sixth Form in September 2021 and we are looking forward to seeing them in the new state-of-the-art Sixth Form centre next year. 

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Key Stage 5 results day, Tuesday 10th August 2021 - posted 10th Aug

Students at Ruislip High School have celebrated their A-level and Level 3 vocational results today. School staff followed a rigorous process to determine students’ teacher assessed grades (TAGs) in line with Ofqual’s guidance. Today’s results are a testament to the hard work and resilience of students, families and school staff after an incredibly challenging year. 

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Prefect Selection Process - posted 24th Nov

It has been a very different prefect selection process this academic year. The process itself started during the summer term when students completed their applications online. Mr Askin and Mr Randall selected the students that would proceed to the interview stage when they returned to school in September. During the first week back the interview process began. Mr Askin and Mr Randall were blown away by the standard of the interviews which led to a very difficult decision of only choosing 12 prefects in the first round and extending the review process. After a further four weeks, a further six prefects were selected and the team of 18 was complete. 

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Year 9 students pay respects during Battlefields experience - posted 15th Feb

Thirty-six Year 9 students took part in the annual Battlefields trip over half term from Sunday February 15th until Tuesday February 18th. This trip has taken place every year since 2009.

The Year 9s visited the following key sites associated with World War I: Talbot House in Poperinge, The Arras tunnels, Tyne Cot cemetery, Langemark cemetery, Essex farm cemetery, the Thiepval Memorial, the Vimy Ridge trenches, Newfoundland Park, the ‘Sunken Lane’ no-mans’ land area, and the Sanctuary Wood trenches.

Students also enjoyed a day trip to Paris where they went up the Eiffel Tower and spent some time shopping in picturesque Montmartre.

Students attend the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres, where three students laid a wreath representing Ruislip High. The students were Caitlin (9A), Daniel (9A) and Arshia (9W).

On the last day, students had a minute’s silence at the Ring of Remembrance at Notre Dame de Lorette.

Students were accompanied by Ms Lucas, Ms Vora, Mr Cahill and Mr Elsby.

Trip leader Ms Lucas said, “It is my fifth time going on the Battlefields trip and I would not have missed it with my year group. We had a beautiful time together, commemorating WWI soldiers of all backgrounds and celebrating peace. Year 9 made me so proud, being so mature, kind and respectful. I could not have dreamt of a better team of students and staff to go with!”

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Ruislip High alumni attend Careers Fair - posted 14th Feb

Students from Years 11 - 13 took part in our annual Careers Fair in the man hall on Thursday 6th February. The school hosted volunteers from a variety of different companies, further education providers, and independent careers advisors. Students had time to be able to talk to all of the volunteers and gain a better understanding of the wide range of opportunities available to them. 

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