Key Stage 5 results day, Thursday 13th August 2020
Ruislip High School staff followed a rigorous process to determine students' centre assessment grades and ranking for the examination boards in line with Ofqual's guidelines. The grades awarded by the examinations boards have been released to schools and shared with students today; the overall grades have been determined by the examination board based on a range of evidence including the school's centre assessment grades and ranking.
The school is pleased that the majority of Year 13 students who applied for higher education courses have secured the grades to progress to their chosen course, which includes studying Mathematics at the University of Manchester, Physics at the University of Exeter, History at the University of Nottingham, Neuroscience at King’s College London and Computer Science at the University of York. School staff have been supporting some students who are considering alternative courses. In terms of the appeals process, the school awaits further guidance from Ofqual next week in terms of students' mock results which are referred to by the school as pre-public examinations. Whilst these unprecedented times have been exceedingly challenging for all concerned, our school community has shown great resilience to uphold its core values, in particular an unwavering support for students and their families.