Story of resilience from our most famous left-arm inspires us all to dig deep, work hard and to always believe
Twelve-year-old Devon, a current Year 7 pupil, has been mastering his baking skills during lockdown and delivered a stunning thank you cake to the school at the end of term made all by himself.
Disappointed that her A level and GCSE students were unable to hold their usual end-of-year show, Harriet Barber, Head of Art decided to create a Virtual Art Gallery for both year groups.
Our pupils have handwritten 800 letters to be sent to elderly alumni of the school to help combat loneliness in lockdown.
As a diverse school community, we have been reflecting and discussing how we can establish a positive response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Royal Hospital School is delighted to have been named as just one of eleven Stephen Lawrence Ambassador Schools in the UK.
On the 75th anniversary of VE Day, many of us will have reflected on the roles that our ancestors played during the second world war and what VE would have meant to them.
Headmaster, Simon Lockyer, looks back over the first week of summer term set against a somewhat different RHS landscape.
RHS is recognised as one of the top EdTech 50 schools across the UK, is an Apple Training Centre and our pupils have been using iPads provided by the school to access resources in lessons for the past five years, making the transition to remote learning a lot easier.
Design and Technology teachers at Suffolk's Royal Hospital School (RHS) have joined the national effort to support the NHS staff by making protective face shields.
Starting from Monday morning, 108 Royal Hospital School (RHS) teachers will teach 750 pupils in 38 countries 28 subjects over 26 periods this week via its remote learning capability.
Luke Page, a Year 7 at RHS, was living in America when his passion for the American National Football League (NFL) first began.
RHS was delighted to welcome a small but exclusive group of alumni to the latest regional networking event in Edinburgh.
Three of the latest editions of The Scholar Ship featuring STEM, articles on living abroad the recent Dr James Grime's visit.
Natasha Jones (Cornwallis 2014) returned to RHS to speak about the importance of using the alumni network.