This week, three alumni were invited to receive their Duke of Edinburgh Gold award in the Buckingham Palace garden presented by the Countess and Earl of Wessex and Princess Eugenie of York.
On Sunday 12 May the Royal Hospital will be celebrating Founders' Day and the story of its origins, ethos and legacy.
Our very own Monty Callow recently bumped into Robin Bradshaw (Collingwood, 1990) in Hong Kong. Here's what he's has been up to...
Abigail Sweeney (Howe, 2014) recently visited Year 13 pupils in Nelson to talk about her apprenticeship journey with Microsoft.
It was great to see so many pupils and alumni at the professional networking event at WeWork in London hosted by EdAid.
Former Head of School, Kat Sladden (Hood, 2002) returned to RHS to inspire the next generation at a Fireside Chat hosted at Holbrook House.
St Vincent boarding house wish Gordon McCoombe (St Vincent, 1940-44) a happy 90th birthday.
The Royal Hospital School was pleased to exhibit at the Boarding Schools Fair at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Oxfordshire.
Alumni met to discuss their careers, aspirations and to make connections at the University of Edinburgh.
After six years of correspondence Lucy Pembroke and Monty Callow finally managed to meet Joseph Reid (Hood, 1948).
The Royal Hospital School Chamber Choir travelled to Leros Barracks in Canterbury, Kent, to sing at the dedication, blessing and unveiling of a new memorial wall.
Oliver Ainsworth (Collingwood 2013) and work colleague Matthew Hague, will be taking part in the Devizes to Westminster Race this coming April.
Dominic Torrington (St Vincent 2015), has been selected as a Conservative candidate for the district elections in May for the East Bergholt ward, Suffolk.
A big thank you to our pupils, young alumni and industry ambassadors for attending the professional networking event at Killik & Co.
Remembrance Weekend this year saw record numbers of alumni attending the 100th Anniversary of Armistice with close to 370 registered to attend all or part of the activities.