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- A-Level History Students Visit the National Archives
- Student Volunteers Shine at Year 6 Open Evening 2019
- Students practise speaking Spanish on visit to Barcelona
- Sixth Formers visit 10 Downing Street
- Volcano hike enjoyed by students as part of trip to Rome and Pompeii
- English Literature Battlefields Trip
- Star student Emily delivers message on ‘success’ at Presentation Evening 2019
- Year 11s hear from inspirational author
- Sixth Formers hear from Chief Superintendent
- Panathlon Competition
- Ruislip High alumni attend Careers Fair
- Year 9 students pay respects during Battlefields experience
- GCSE History students visit Berlin
- Students taste foreign cultures during Languages Week
- Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) – Royal Society of Chemistry visits Sixth Form students
- Prefect Selection Process
- Spring Newsletter 2021
- Key Stage 4 results day, Thursday 12th August 2021
- Key Stage 5 results day, Tuesday 10th August 2021
- Year 9 student uses national publicity to spread positivity
- Transition summer school 2021
- Lord Randall’s amazing gift for the LRC
- VLT Maths Challenge 2021
- A-level Geography students enjoy residential field trip to Norfolk
- BIMA Digital Day
- A-level English language conference
- Former RHS Student shows prospective medics the way!
- Year 12 Politics students' trip to Parliament and the Supreme Court
- Animal Adaptations trip
- Safer Internet Week
- The Student Leadership Team 2022/23
- The RHS Production: Return to the Fairytale Forest
- Sixth Form Guest Speakers - Spring Term 2022
- Race to Mars competition
- The Sixth Form Residential to PGL Osmington Bay
- RAF Northolt 'Inspiring women' event
- Year 12 Brilliant Club Success!
- Senior Athletics Review
Sixth Formers visit 10 Downing Street
Ruislip High Sixth Formers stood outside 10 Downing Street on a Year 12 Politics study trip on Tuesday 15th October.
This was part of a trip to the Houses of Parliament led by Mr Amos and Ms Purkis. Whilst there, the 12 students were taken on a tour and given time to watch debates in the House of Commons regarding the subjects of racism in football and political prisoners in Catalonia.
After the Parliament tour, students had a question and answer session with Lord Randall, the former Uxbridge and South Ruislip MP, along with a workshop on law-making.
Students were also lucky enough to visit Downing Street and to take a picture outside the most famous front door in the world!
Politics teacher Mr Amos said, “Visiting Parliament is a vital part of studying politics, and it was my pleasure to take such a fantastic group of students. Hopefully the experience of visiting Parliament and 10 Downing Street live long in their memories, I expect to be invited back when one of them becomes Prime Minister!"