Welcome from
the Headteacher

Welcome from
the head of Sixth Form

Thank you for choosing Ruislip High School Sixth Form as a place for your child to continue with their education. The Sixth Form is well established and fosters independence whilst providing the support necessary to ensure that all students reach their potential. There are three key principles at the core of the Sixth Form experience at Ruislip High School: academic excellence; individualised pastoral care; and significant supercurricular and extracurricular activities.

At the centre of the academic experience for students is the excellent teaching that is seen throughout the school. Students are taught by dedicated and inspiring teachers who are all trained to teach the subject they deliver in the Sixth Form. They are additionally supported by two specialised Learning Mentors to assist with the demands of sixth form study - an enhanced staffing model that is unique to Ruislip High School Sixth Form to ensure that every student has the one-to-one support they need to fulfil their potential.

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Student Leaders


Head Student

"Hello, my name is Hannah and I am the Head Student at Ruislip High School. In my role I act as a role model for the younger students, delivering presentations and mentoring younger students. I have enjoyed being a part of the Student Leadership Team and working with the other students to improve the school."


Deputy Head Student

"Hi, my name is Ramez and I am one of the Deputy Head Students at Ruislip High School. My job is to represent the school as a senior-level student. Our job is to communicate to visitors outside of the school and to help be a bridge in the school across students and teachers. I enjoy the social aspect of meeting new visitors."


Deputy Head Student

"Hello, my name is Yasmin and I am one of the Deputy Head Students at Ruislip High School. My job is to represent the student body and to lead the younger years within the school through their learning journey. I have enjoyed speaking to this year's new additions to the sixth form at the Success in Year 12 evening as well as to younger students at Open Evening."