There have been some outstanding GCSE results at the Royal Hospital School and, at the top end, the number of A* and A grades achieved has increased for the fourth consecutive year. Headmaster, Simon Lockyer, said "I am delighted with the number of pupils for whom hard work and commitment has paid off. With the broad range of abilities accepted into the School, these results reflect how well we are able to realise the potential of every pupil”. Top Performances Be... Read More
Tia Jeremiah-Green joined the Royal Hospital School as a boarder in the sixth form from her maintained school in East London. With her success at A level she has secured a place to study International Relations and Politics at De Montfort University in September. Tia is the Royal Hospital School’s first ‘SpringBoard’ pupil. Her application was supported by Eastside Young Leader’s Academy (EYLA) which exists to nurture and develop leadership potential. The SpringBoard Bursary Foundation was established in 2012 to assis... Read More
With his success at A Level Connor Harvey-Ward from Woodbridge chose a different route; but an equally impressive one. He has secured a higher degree apprenticeship with Jaguar Land Rover. Connor was one of 20,000 applicants vying for this prestigious placement and one of only 240 to be invited to an assessment day. His excellent performance on the day led to the offer of a place on this highly sought after 6 year apprenticeship at the end of which he will have gained... Read More
With his outstanding grades of A*A*A*A, Head Scholar, Charlie Steptoe, has secured his place at Robinson College, Cambridge to read Natural Sciences next year. Charlie joined the Royal Hospital School as a boarder in Year 7 as both his parents are serving in the Army. Charlie said “Being part of a services family meant having to move from school to school with my Dad’s job but the chance to board at the Royal Hospital School meant that I av... Read More
Last year's Head of School, Isabelle Williams, is delighted with her straight As in History, German and Classical Civilisation and an A*in the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) in which she investigated The Impact of the Russian Revolution on the later Cold War. These results have confirmed her place at Bristol University to read History. Head of Sixth Form, Chris Graham, said “Throughout her seven years at the Royal Hospital School, Issy has shown the grit and determination to succeed. Sh... Read More
Simon Lockyer, Headmaster: “I am delighted to report that our 2016 A Level results reflect the continued benefit of the breadth in our curriculum that provides opportunities for all our pupils and opens pathways beyond RHS. This year considerably more RHS pupils have secured their first place choice of university including Cambridge, UCL, St Andrews, Durham, Birmingham, Exeter, York and Warwick and on courses as diverse as Medicine, History, Natural Sciences, Economics, English Literature, PPE, Engineering and Anthropology. We are also de... Read More