Our School

Publications

Ruyton produces a wide range of publications, both in print and online formats. Our publications contain information about the School’s Strategic Directions, the Annual Report, celebrate learning and achievement of our current students and alumnae.

 

Ruyton Reporter 

The Ruyton Reporter, published twice a year captures the essential Ruyton experience for current, past students and school community. The printed edition is available to all Ruyton families, past and present. The online version can be downloaded by clicking the edition below.

Autumn 2019   
Autumn 2018 Spring 2018
Autumn 2017  Spring 2017
Autumn 2016 Spring 2016

 


 Annual Reports

The Ruyton Girls' School Annual Report provides statutory reporting requirements on financial and student results.  It recognises learning initiatives for the year, student and staff awards and achievements.  Our Annual Report also recognises those who have donated to the school and the significant contribution they make to Ruyton.

2018 

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

 2017

 


Scripsi

Scripsi is a collection of the best poems and short stories written by our Senior School girls, many of which received commendations and prizes in external competitions.  It is our pleasure to share is publication with you, enjoy reading it. From 2014 this publication has only been available as an ePublication.       

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

 

The Ruytonian

The Ruytonian is an annual archival record, a celebration of events and achievements of the School year. It is created in print format and is distributed to current School families at the end of the school year.

 

The Wednesday Weekly 

The Wednesday Weekly is an electronic newsletter published during term time to celebrate student achievement and keep the School community informed of the diverse range of School activities.

 

Prospectus 

A personalised prospectus for your daughter is available online now.

For further information on the opportunities for your daughter at Ruyton contact our Email the Registrar.