Matilda (Tilly) Arulampalam gained the equivalent of ten straight A*s at GCSE securing her academic credentials and providing her with the opportunity to follow her dream of a career in medicine. Tilly will study Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry A Level at the Royal Hospital School from September. Read More
Lydia Torrington is this year's highest point scorer with the equivalent of straight A*s and As across her eleven subjects at GCSE. Lydia, who is also a Music Scholar, plans to study Religious Studies, French and Psychology for A Level at the Royal Hospital School from this September. Read More

Trio of Nines for Henry

Academic scholar, Henry Bezant, didn’t drop a grade across 10 GCSE subjects including an impressive trio of 9s in mathematics, English literature and English language; the equivalent of three A* plus grades. Read More
Twins, Thomas and Annabelle Paddon, gained 20 A*/A equivalents between them in their GCSEs. They have swept the board with their superb results; Thomas shone with the new 9 or A* plus grade in English literature while Annabelle gained the same top grade in English language. Read More
Over a third of all GCSEs gained by pupils at the Royal Hospital School this year were graded A* or A (or for English and maths the new top 9, 8 or 7 grades), 23 pupils achieved at least six straight A*/A grades and 12 pupils were awarded at least one top 9 grade. Read More
Well done to Ben on his outstanding results of an A* grade in music and As in economics, maths and RS. With such excellent A Level results and his piano diploma, which is a professional qualification recognised by musicians and other music professionals around the world, Ben is well on the way to achieving his dream of being an organ scholar at Oxford University. The talented musician is spending a gap year as an organ scholar at Portsmouth Cathedral. Read More
Well done to Sally and Lucy who have gained straight As in all of their A Level subjects and secured their places at Durham University to study Anthropology and International Relations respectively.The girls joined the Royal Hospital School in Year 7 and have excelled academically and in music, sport and leadership positions. Lucy was Head Girl in her final year and Sally was Head Chorister. As identical twins Sally and Lucy have at times confused their teachers and peers, stepping... Read More
In a year when the A Level national pass rate has dropped by 0.5%, the Royal Hospital School is delighted to report a 100% pass rate and a 2.6% increase in the proportion of A*, while national trends report an increase of just 0.5%.Twenty two pupils, representing over one fifth of this year’s cohort, gained at least one A* grade and the percentage of A*to C grades has continued to improve over the last four years to 81% as the School continues to... Read More