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.
A transformation at the academic heart of the campus
Another fantastic reunion weekend took place in June 2019, with over 120 alumni attending. In particular, a large contingent of those who were 'new Jacks' in 1973 joined us, some of whom had not seen each other for over 45 years.
On 11th May we welcomed over 70 guests to our Founders' Weekend Donor Reception which gave the School community an opportunity to thank alumni, parents and friends for the difference they are making.
On Sunday 23rd June 2019, Laetitia Corbett (Anson 2015) became an Ironman. Her journey to get there has not been straightforward
On Sunday 12 May over 300 pupils, staff, parents and alumni celebrated Founders' Day by highlighting the School's service to the wider community.
Around 50 Cornwallis 'Old Boys' returned to RHS to wish their former Housemaster, Ned Long a happy 88th birthday.
A record number of alumni enjoyed a day at Twickenham watching the 101st Army vs Navy match at Twickenham.
Many thanks to all those who attended our recent professional networking events in London and Portsmouth.
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 Prince Michael of Kent.
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...