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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Alumni News


We'd love to hear from you to celebrate your achievements, successes and good causes you're supporting to include on our Alumni News section and in The Gidge. Please email all articles and accompanying photographs to Lucy Pembroke ( for consideration.


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.

To receive notifications of events, or if you have an idea for event please contact Lucy Pembroke ( in the Development Office.

2018/19 Events

2017 Leavers' Reunion Drinks - Saturday 8 September, The Curve Bar, Ipswich. RSVP
Drive-in Cinema @ RHS - Friday 14/Saturday 15 September. To Book Tickets
Old Boys Rugby & Remembrance Weekend @ RHS - 10/11 November. Bookings open mid September
Professional Networking Event @ London - Wednesday 21 November, venue tbc
Christmas Fayre @ RHS - Saturday 8 December
Careers Fair @ RHS - January, date tbc
Donor & Volunteer Recognition Drinks @ RHS - Thursday 7 February
Professional Networking Event @ Scotland - Tuesday 12 February, venue tbc
Year 13 Mock Interviews @ RHS - March, date tbc
Army vs Navy Match @ Twickenham - Saturday 4 May
Professional Networking Event @ Nottingham - Tuesday 21 May, venue tbc
Reunion Weekend @ RHS - Saturday 22/Sunday 23 June

Royal Hospital School Association

The Royal Hospital School Association (RHSA) was created in 1925 and includes pupils from Greenwich, Holbrook, Lloyds Patriotic Fund and the Boreman Boys. All pupils who attend RHS automatically become members of the RHSA on their departure.

The Association is independent from the School but works in conjunction with the School’s Development Office, focusing on networking, careers and social events.

General Committee

President: Simon Lockyer (Headmaster)

Vice President: Brigadier Kevin Beaton OBE QHP*
Treasurer: Stephen Traynor*
General Secretary: Nick Gill*
Membership Secretary: Mark Lucas*
Events & Media Secretary: Aimee Frankham*
Director of Development: Simon Marsh**
RHS Community & Alumni Relations Manager: Lucy Pembroke**

*General Committee elected member

**Attends General Committee meetings


The RHSA have dedicated branches around the country whose aim is to provide local support, events, meetings and updates to our members where you live. The formal branches cover Southern Counties, London and South East, Portsmouth and East Anglia. Although they have also hosted informal gatherings in York, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Portsmouth as well as Australia.

Should anyone wish to form a new branch outside these areas the RHSA would be delighted to hear from you in this instance please contact our General Secretary who will be happy to advise you of how to start the process (

The RHSA family very much welcome members organising informal events anywhere in the world and is more than happy to assist in this so please contact our events and media secretary to help you facilitate this (

Southern Counties
President: Nick Gill

London and South East
President: Stephen Traynor

President: Jim Wright

East Anglia
President: Ciaran Mcloughlin


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 ( 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.

To explore this opportunity please contact Lucy Pembroke (

Development Office Key Contacts

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