At Royal Hospital School we place great importance on academic achievement but what goes on outside the classroom is equally as important. Our co-curricular activities give our pupils a chance to try new things, pursue their passions and develop as an individual. We find that our pupils gain confidence, new friends and a broader outlook by participating in a wide range of activities.
A co-educational boarding and day school in Suffolk
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.
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The Duke of Edinburgh started the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme in 1956, inspired by his former headmaster at Gordonstoun, Dr Kurt Hahn. Some 6.7 million young people have taken part in the award scheme to date.
Bob Clark (Raleigh 1968) gave a fascinating talk about his book Business Continuity: Preparing for the next pandemic.
Former RHS pupil Reece Topley will soon be travelling to India as the 26 year old cricketer has been selected for England's t20 Tour of India.
We are often asked why our pupils attend school here on a Saturday. Families are perhaps concerned that this will impact on precious time together at weekends and we keen to explain the added value Saturday school offers our pupils.
Maddy is currently in year 13 at RHS, is a weekly boarder and a school prefect. She has attended RHS since year 7 and her three sisters are following in her footsteps. Maddy kindly agreed to tell us more about Sixth Form and Nelson House at RHS.
Learn more about the cutting edge online and hybrid learning at RHS.