The Royal Hospital School is an independent co-educational boarding and day school for 11-18 year olds, providing an outstanding, full and broad education enriched by a unique naval heritage and fit for the modern world. Founded in 1712 in Greenwich, London, it moved to its spectacular site, set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the River Stour, in 1933. The School has continued to develop its spectacular purpose-built site and grow in size and reputation to become one of East Anglia's leading independent schools.
In the last Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) report the following was said about the education provided at the Royal Hospital School:
Pupils are encouraged to strive for academic excellence and endorse the values of service, loyalty and commitment, whilst upholding the school's unique and rich heritage. The school encourages leadership and a sense of adventure and self-discovery. A high priority is the promotion of service both within the school and to the wider community. The school aims to foster creativity and imagination within a civilised, caring, Christian community, based upon high standards of behaviour, mutual respect, trust and courtesy between staff and pupils. The school cultivates a global outlook and sense of environmental responsibility. It aims to encourage pupils to develop fitness, well-being and enter into healthy competition.INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS
INSPECTORATE (ISI) 2015