Set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the Stour Estuary and within an hour of London, Royal Hospital School is a leading, co-educational boarding and day school providing a full and broad education, fit for the modern world.
Read more about school life and our pupils' achievements. Gain a taste of life at RHS and the huge array of opportunities on offer.
Congratulations Charlie C for being selected to play in the U18 National Lambs Squad and joining the tour to South Africa this summer!
Today we're sitting down with Mr Barty Hills, Head of Rugby and Assistant Housemaster at RHS. Barty is a former pupil and sports scholar at RHS, where he played rugby, football and cricket, and was captain of the first rugby team.
Our Charity Gala Concert has proved to be one of the highlights of the year, showcasing the wealth of talent, musical diversity and incredibly high standards which are synonymous with the school.
This term’s gig night was kicked off by Ella I and Jerry T singing a duet, ‘Just the Way You Are’ (Bruno Mars), followed by Oli B, who was singing and drumming ‘Death Cup’ (Mom Jeans.). Mathilda K sang ‘Clown’ (Emeli Sandé), which was followed by ‘Crazy’ (Gnarls Barkley) sung by Georgi L, then Katya D played piano and sang ‘Bloodsucker’ (CIL).
Congratulations to Audrey Foley, a talented academic and sailing scholar, who has been offered early acceptance by Yale University to join their esteemed sailing team, the Yale Bulldogs. Audrey, a full international boarder in Year 13, from the United States, will commence her studies in Economics and Mathematics in September, becoming our first pupil to go on to study at Yale University.
28 music scholars from Years 7 to 13 wowed the audience with a wonderful concert showcasing their incredible talent in solo instrumental and vocal performances.
Being part of this school community has allowed me to reach for the sky, find myself as a person, chase opportunities and in some cases allow opportunities to find me. My motivation to achieve my dreams will continue long after RHS.
At RHS, we aim for all our pupils to realise their full potential, enjoy their experience of learning and be empowered with the knowledge, skills, confidence and strength of character to go on to lead purposeful and happy lives.
We chose RHS for a combination of reasons, but particularly for the outstanding music provision. We also liked the ethos and atmosphere, and chose RHS over a similar school because of the values, the feel of the school, and the attitude of the headmaster and other key staff.