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More than 200 students enjoy cinema trip reward - posted 1st Feb

230 Ruislip High students took part in the winter reward trip on Friday 1st February. The reward trips happen twice a year to celebrate students who have exemplary effort and behaviour records. The students secured their eligibility for the trip through consistently demonstrating their commitment to the ethos of the school through the autumn term. They visited South Ruislip Cineworld to see the new Mary Poppins film. The event took place despite the snowy conditions, and students walked to the cinema from school accompanies by 16 members of staff.

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Students enjoy Macbeth at the Globe Theatre - posted 22nd Jan

Ruislip High students enjoyed a theatrical experience on Tuesday 22nd January. 20 students from Year 11 went to The Globe Theatre to watch a production of Macbeth and an introductory talk by Oxford Scholar, Dr Emma Smith and Emma, a globe theatre actor who has previously performed the part of Lady Macbeth.

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Sixth Formers taste life at University - posted 19th Oct

Year 12 Sixth Form students from Ruislip High took part in a University experience day on Friday 19th October. Half of the year group visited Royal Holloway, University of London, while the other half travelled to the University of Reading. Both groups experienced a lecture theatre talk about University life and had a full tour of the campus including seeing the students’ union and halls of residence.

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Students consider ‘self-discipline’ at Theme Day 2018 - posted 19th Oct

Please see below for some photos from the school’s annual Theme Day which took place on Friday 19th October. This key event in the school’s calendar gives students the chance to have a fun, engaging and thought-provoking experience different from the usual timetable. The students had six 50-minute activity periods instead of the usual five one-hour lessons.

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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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