Savannah Collis (Drake, 2022) has a new radio show! She presents her show on Wensum Radio every Monday and Tuesday 12:00-14:00.
Brian Wheeler (Howe, 1990) joined us for the Year 10 Discovery Day – an opportunity for pupils to engage in off timetable activities to enhance their wider learning.
Natasha Scott (Howe, 2017) reached out to the Community and Alumni Office to share some news about her recent successes in kayaking.
The RHS Languages department hosted the Great Languages Bake Off in aid of the Centennial Bursary Campaign.
Charlie Allison (Cornwallis, 2023) has been selected for the England Cricket U19 Test Squad for their test series against Australia which will be taking place this month.
“Congratulations, I am delighted to inform you that you have been awarded an academic scholarship.” I will never forget those words on the offer letter and how it changed my life.
The impact that it has had on me and receiving the news is truly an indescribable experience. It has given me access to a plethora of opportunities, moulding me into a more confident and motivated human being. It has also made me realise that the sky is the limit.
Congratulations to all our alumni who are graduating university this year!
Douglas Mills (Hood, 1959) reached out to us and sent over his reflections from his time at RHS. We thought it would be lovely to share with the wider Alumni community.
We caught up with Allegra Martin (Hood, 2020) who chose a gap year which would combine her love of traveling and competing - yachting seemed like the perfect option.
As part of the Leavers’ Songs of Praise service on Sunday 25 June, Josie Ruffles (Raleigh, 2020) wrote a short reflection which was read out during the Chapel service.
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.