Hugo Corbett (Collingwood 2012), Henry Nicholls (St Vincent 2016) and Zaccary Frankham (St Vincent 2019) will all be entering Officer Training this September.
When I started school I thought I was just beginning a new school. Now I know I joined a family and became a member of a proud and honourable institution.
Measure success by kindness above all else and you won't go wrong.
Glen Baird (Hood 1991)
The Development Office at the Royal Hospital School provides opportunities for alumni to stay in touch with old school friends by maintaining a network and supporting the RHSA. On this page you can access professional and industry networking, news, class reunions, social events, access to the digital archive, and opportunities to inspire the next generation.
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John and Karine were keen to make a huge lifestyle change and after visiting Tony Wildgoose (Howe 1988) and his family in the beautiful town of Truro, Cornwall, they decided that this was the place for them.
The Geographical Association has named Royal Hospital School as one of only 12 schools around the world to be honoured as a Centre of Excellence with its fun and creative approach to teaching.
Peter Page was an institution in his own right having worked at RHS for over 50 years.
Triple jumper Jonathan Ilori (Hawke 2011) has had a busy summer.
Former member of staff, Cynthia Anderson remembers Jean Sage who worked at the Royal Hospital School in the 1930s and again in the 1960s.
The Development Office runs a number of regular events throughout the year in conjunction with the RHSA 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 (email@example.com) in the Development 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.
Simon Marsh, Director of Development
t: +44 (0)1473 326150
Lucy Pembroke, RHS Community & Alumni Relations Manager
t: +44 (0)1473 326110
Beccy Young, Heritage Centre Curator and Development Administrator
t: +44 (0)1473 326490