Fifteen amazing RHS pupils had the privilege of attending Buckingham Palace to celebrate their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's (DofE) Awards.
We are thrilled that over £100,000 was raised by more than 400 alumni, pupils, parents, staff and friends of the school, funds which will all go towards bursaries at RHS.
Saturday 8 July sees the third and final Tom Miller Memorial game. As it stands RHS have won one game and so have Nottingham Trent University – this game will be the decider!
Mark Pendlington, RHS Chair of Governors, is sworn in as the Suffolk High Sheriff at a ceremony on 30 March 2023.
We recently caught up with Rory Dobner (St Vincent, 1996) who has been working on a very exciting project ahead of the Coronation of King Charles III in May.
Rob Day (Collingwood, 2019) and Freddie Wootton (Hawke, 2019) take on Devizes to Westminster in 24 hours to raise money for Oddballs.
Having spent most of the cricket off season playing for England in Pakistan, South Africa and Bangladesh, Reece Topley (Drake/St Vincent, 2011) is now in India.
On Saturday 25 March we hosted a raffle to raise money for the Centennial Bursary Campaign – a huge thank you to all who supported it.
Jeremy Gaskin (Anson, 1990) set up the Hampshire Street Food Awards in 2019 and since then it has turned into a festival for all the family to enjoy.
‘Purpose, passion, perseverance’ is the motto of Chief Superintendent Rob Boniwell (Raleigh, 1989) who has been awarded the prestigious Australian Fire Service Medal.
We were delighted to welcome back Simone Rossouw (Howe, 2016) who works as a Sustainability Analyst for URBN to deliver workshops and a talk to our pupils.
Verity Evans (Howe, 2013) has been raising money for Combat Stress and completed 24, 30 minute circuits every hour for 24 hours while her ship HMS Diamond was at sea.
Sister Anita Martin sadly passed away from a short illness in March this year. She was a much loved and key member of the Health Centre staff, having worked at RHS for over 20 years.
Sixth form pupils were delighted to welcome Dayle Bayliss (Cornwallis, 2000) for an informal careers presentation focusing on the construction industry.
The Royal Hospital School Charitable Trust (RHSCT) is registered with AmazonSmile, making it easy to support the Centennial Bursary Campaign whilst you shop!