After announcing the inaugural Music Production Music Gateway Scholarship earlier this summer, the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) awarded the prestigious scholarship to its first ever recipient, former pupil Madison Claridge. Chosen for his talent, dedication and passion for the music industry, Madison will have his Music Production Degree fully funded and will graduate from ACM's Guildford campus free from tuition fee debt. Madison was ecstatic to have received 2017’s Music Production Scholarship saying “I applied for the Music Gateway Musi... Read More
Head of Digital Learning at the Royal Hospital School, Mr Hamish Mackenzie, has been recognised as an Apple Distinguished Educator for his work looking at the application of mobile learning in outdoor environments. Over 1500 people applied to join the class of 2017 at the Apple Distinguished Educator Academy but only 6% were accepted on to the programme. Mr Mackenzie was invited to attend the academy in Windsor during the first week of the summer holidays where he received training, joined workshops and... Read More

Topper 4.2 National Champion

Many pupils from RHS have had a very active summer holiday and that includes Giles, a Year 10 sailing scholar. Sailing the single-handed Topper 4.2, he attended the Worlds in France and achieved a credible 13th place in July, then returned to the UK for the National Championships in Pwllheli, Wales over August. This was a fleet racing event and 17 races were completed over 6 days in mixed weather of up to 30knts, Giles came out top in 1st place overall and had... Read More
The U14A, U15A, 1st XI and 2nd XI girls hockey teams all started school early this year; in order to prepare for their forthcoming seasons. The girls all trained extremely hard to get back into hockey by working on their core skills, fitness, tactics and team play. These sessions will give them a big advantage going into the season and new Assistant Director of Sport and Head of Hockey Mr Tom Butt was thrilled with their attitude towards... Read More
We are proud to congratulate Toby R. on his completion of the 608 nautical mile Fastnet Race that he took part in over the summer, a challenging classic offshore yacht race. Royal Hospital School is a centre of excellence for sailing and it is an important part of our curriculum and heritage which we celebrate. Below is Toby’s report of his experiences: The Royal Ocean Racing Club organizes four 600 mile races every two years, these being the Caribbean 600 around all th... Read More
The Headmaster welcomed 181 new pupils and their families in Chapel yesterday as they embarked on their new journey at the Royal Hospital School. New pupils and their families are invited to take part in an induction day just before term starts to give them the opportunity to settle in and answer any questions they may have. The Headmaster addressed the new cohort in the Welcome Service to remind them of ethos of the School and to dispense some valuable advice.... Read More