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Sixth Form sea turtle protection trip to Greece - posted 11th Sep

When the school summer holidays started, a group of Sixth Formers from Ruislip High visited Greece to take part in a sea turtle protection trip. The trip took place from Friday 20th July until Friday 27th July. The students’ work was based at Kyparissiakos Bay in the Peloponnese area of southern Greece, and they were led by Mr Maclean, Head of Science.

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GCSE results are announced - posted 24th Aug

Ruislip High School's GCSE results are in line with last year’s results which were the best to date in the school’s short history. Staff are delighted that nearly all students who had applied to the sixth form attained the grades to progress to the Level 3 courses. For the first time, it is expected that the school’s sixth form will have over two hundred students based on very strong internal retention figures. In terms of the new GCSEs in English language, literature and mathematics, the school’s headlines figures are exceedingly strong and reflect the students’ and teachers’ hard work to meet the challenge of the more difficult qualifications. Performance at the top end continued to be strong with 12 students attaining 7 or more A-A*/7-9 grades. Two students, Hannah Alcock and Hugh Nolan, attained grades 9 in both English and mathematics which is an outstanding achievement and 30 students attained 5 or more A-A*/7-9 grades. The subject information can be accessed via the school's website in the ‘about us’ section.

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Excellent A-level results! - posted 17th Aug

Ruislip High School's A-level results are the best to date in the school's short history particularly in the number of top grades attained. Staff are delighted that nearly all students attained the grades necessary to gain places at their chosen university. Over a quarter of the students who applied to higher education secured a place at a Russell Group university. Two Year 13 students met the entry requirements of their conditional offers to read Natural Sciences and Geography respectively at the University of Cambridge. In addition, three other students from the small cohort of 58 students attained all A-A* grades.  

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Prom 2017 - posted 29th Jun

The Year 11 Prom took place on Thursday 29th June at Brunel University’s Hamilton Suite. Following a student vote, Head of Year 11 Ms Loizou announced Stacy, 11S as Prom Queen and Alex, 11S as Prom King.

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Adaptive ski trip - posted 28th Jun

On 28th June 2017, the LSF department took seven students to The Snow Centre at Hemel Hempstead for a skiing lesson. James, Year 11, James, Year 10 and Kavindu, Year 8 used adapted sit skis for a thrilling ride down the 160m high slope. Samantha, Year 10, Reece, Year 8, Satya, Year 8 and Ethayn, Year 7 had a skiing lesson with an instructor and gradually gained the confidence to ski on their own. This was an amazing achievement for them all and they all thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

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Summer Fair 2017 - posted 16th Jun

Friday 16th June 2017 saw Ruislip High’s sixth annual summer fair. The sun shone as the school prepared to celebrate forty years of change, with each year group creating a stall linked to a different decade. Year 7 had the 1970s and had stalls celebrating flower power, whilst Year 8 had the 1980s and stalls included a silent disco of 1980s music and a celebration of the classic film ‘Labyrinth’. Year 9 focused on the 1990s and had lots of focus on the sporting events of the decade, although a very popular moment was 9F’s ‘soak the teacher’ stall when Head of Year 9 Mr Stent was repeatedly drenched by Year 9 students. Year 10’s stalls celebrated the 1960s with a ‘beat the goalie’ competition to reflect the 1966 world cup and stalls celebrating famous films of the decade. Molly in 7B commented that she ‘loved learning how people lived during the different decades’. The fair also included lots of rides, a BBQ, a DJ, ice cream van and raffle.

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Isle of Wight trip - posted 26th May

More than 130 students and 14 staff took part in the annual residential visit to the Isle of Wight from Friday 26th May to Sunday 28th May. On the Friday, students had a Humanities day visiting the island’s famous chalk Needles then heading to the impressive Carisbrooke Castle. Students then had a fun weekend of outdoor activities at the PGL ‘Little Canada’ centre. Activities included dragon boating, aeroball, abseiling and climbing. Trip leader Mr Alison said, “It was another great year of this long-standing trip. The students loved seeing the Needles and castle on the Friday in such glorious sunshine and calm weather. They all made new friends and got to try out lots of activities they may have not experienced before. All the students racing dragon boats together on the Saturday was a real highlight.”

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Faraday Challenge - posted 17th May

On Wednesday 17th May, ten students from Year 8 went to Vyners School to participate in the Faraday Challenge, a day focused around engineering for students. Schools were asked to engineer two prototypes using their knowledge of coding and engineering.

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