James Parker is the first recipient of the England Rugby Universities 'Tom Miller Award for Social Impact'
quote of the month
RHS was far better prepared for the pandemic than many businesses were, and I think that is something of which the School should be rightly proud.
Author of Business Continuity and the Pandemic Threat
Robert Clark (Raleigh 1968)
The Alumni Office at the Royal Hospital School works in partnership with the RHS Association to help alumni to connect and inspire the next generation. On this page you can access professional networking, news, class reunions, social events, and the digital archive.
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BOOK A TOUR
We have lots of alumni returning to RHS for a tour. If you would like to visit, please do let us know in advance, so we can give you a full tour. If you are passing and just pop in, we will do everything to accommodate you, but the tour might be shorter than if you had contacted us in advance.
From 5 November due to Lockdown Restrictions all visits to School have been suspended. However, if you wish to book a visit for a future date please contact Lucy Pembroke.
The Alumni Office were delighted to arrange for two pupils from David Crick's former boarding house, Anson, to send him a birthday card on this 90th birthday.
Abby Cooper née Donaldson (Howe 2013) regularly posts wonderful images of pets on her LinkedIn profile. They never fail to make us smile here in the Alumni Office, so we thought it was the perfect time to find out more.
Designer Freya Richmond (Howe 2012) starts a new and exciting chapter with launch of her brand F.ROZE
Vicky Adie (Cornwallis 2004) is a Senior Physiotherapist in the NHS however, her other passion is Pilates and most importantly, making it accessible for all.
Bob Clark (Raleigh 1968) gave a fascinating talk about his book Business Continuity: Preparing for the next pandemic.
The Alumni Office runs a number of regular events throughout the year in conjunction with the RHS Association including; professional networking events; Army vs Navy rugby match; Summer Reunion Weekend; Old Boys Rugby & Curry Night; year group reunions as well as informal gatherings.
Former pupils and their families are very welcome to visit the School, in and out of school term. Tours can be arranged by contacting Lucy Pembroke (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Alumni Office.
Visits can also be accommodated to the Heritage Centre by appointment.
We are looking to recruit and support up to 100 active volunteers to inspire our pupils to be ambitious for their futures and help them prepare for life after RHS. We would appreciate your participation in alumni lectures, careers activities, mentoring and work placements and professional networking.
Lucy Pembroke, Alumni Relations
t: +44 (0)1473 326110
Katie Gould, Database Technician
t: +44 (0)1473 326183
Beccy Young, Administrator Assistant (incl. Archives)
On maternity leave