Our Year 10 pupil, Ted, decided to choose Roald Dahl for his Summer Project and made a documentary about how his stories were influenced by Great Missenden.
Head of School, Jaz S has written, cast and directed her first play Ghost Therapy which will be performed at the Colchester Fringe
On Saturday 31 July, hundreds of people including RHS alumni, friends and family came together to honour Tom Miller (Raleigh 2015). Tom was an excellent rugby player, having played for the RHS and Nottingham Trent 1st VI rugby teams. He had recently signed a contract with Nottingham Rugby Club.
Remembering one of our most renowned former pupils, Professor John Studd DSc. MD FRCOG
Toby Seabright Commission's into the Queen's Royal Hussar
Academic Scholar, Charlie has secured a degree apprenticeship in Finance at Jaguar Landrover
One pupil who has excelled despite only joining RHS in Year 12 is Angela. With the combination of the support from the Springboard Foundation and her continuous hard work, Angela flourished at the School, and we could not be prouder of the person she has become.
In 2014, 11-year-old Ho Yin (known in school as Kenneth) arrived at RHS not being able to speak English. After spending seven years at the School, Kenneth is now fluent in English and has secured a place at the University of Durham to study Criminology.
Twins, Izzy and Millie, have taken every opportunity the School have offered them since they started RHS in Year 7. Izzy is one of our Academic Scholars and has performed incredibly well in her GCSE results, achieving seven 9's and two 8's. Millie is one of our Art Scholars and has also done incredibly well in her exams, more than half 9-7.
Ayoola's relentless dedication is the reason she has achieved eight 9's and one 8 in her GCSEs. Her incredible results are due to her ongoing hard work in all subjects, as well as her commitment to extra-curricular activities.
Having attained 9's in all nine of his GCSE exams, Noah was our highest performing pupil in 2021. Noah is the fourth of five siblings to have attended RHS from Year 7, all achieving exceptional grades so far, with his younger sister starting in September 2023.
Both Jessie and Jason have been rewarded for their hard work while studying for their A levels during an uncertain time.
Well done to all our Year 13 pupils, the results from this year reflect the adaptability and resilience of everyone at RHS who have responded so successfully in the face of disruption.
On Wednesday 28 July, The Daily Telegraph published the obituary for Lieutenant Basil Trott RN (Nelson 1935) who passed away on 12 July 2021, aged 101.
On Saturday 17 July, 14 Old Boys entered a social team for Colchester Rugby Club's Tom Miller 10s Tournament.