Mark Pendlington, RHS Chair of Governors, is sworn in as the Suffolk High Sheriff at a ceremony on 30 March 2023.
Our Studd Gala Concert took place this weekend, with all proceeds going to the Suffolk Community Foundation. A raffle was also held to raise funds for the Centennial Bursary Campaign.
Last Wednesday, following the success of the Harry Potter night in the library the previous week, we once again ran our Inter-House Quidditch competition!
Pupils from different year groups spoke in assembly about their CCF experiences, and what each year holds for a cadet at RHS.
This half-term delegates have competed at two Model United Nations conferences at Felsted and Cobham Hall.
The U13 and U15 girls’ cricket teams took 8 players in each age group to compete in the Suffolk Schools’ finals of the Lady Taverners Indoor Cricket Competition on Tuesday after qualifying a few weeks earlier.
Join us for our inspiring Maths Symposium on 4 May, designed to support higher achieving Year 10 pupils to secure a top grade at GCSE (pupils who are aiming to achieve a Grade 7 or above).
On 16 March, during British Science Week, some of our Year 13 A Level Physics students went along to the Orwell Park Observatory.
Report by Lydia M (Year 13): The first Gig Night of 2023 kicked off in style on 17 March as Jake A opened the show with a performance of 'Stacy’s Mom', which got the crowd excited for the evening to come. All performers delivered their songs with confidence, and each ended with resounding applause and cheers from the audience.
Report by Mr Cuddihy, Teacher of Maths: On Wednesday 22 March, Rowley Kerr took some time out from studying Physics to visit his old school chess club and delivered an excellent lesson on “Attacking the King”. The University of Oxford A-team chess captain gave our pupils some excellent tips and talked through the classic Paul Morphy “A Night at the Opera” game played at the Paris Opera House in 1858.
Howe House claim Inter House Debating Title 2023, with Collingwood as Runners Up. Toby Chevasse was named Best Speaker.
Sebastian Kempe in Yr 13 was named as 'Junior Male Athlete of the Year' by the Bermuda Government at their recent National Sports Awards!
Our annual inter-house singing competition was held last weekend, a fabulous evening where all our pupils came together to sing and play both a unison and harmony song.
A recent basketball charity event, organised by the Philanthropy Committee, was a great success. The range of activities caught the attention of many boarders from every year group with many going home with Easter eggs.
Last week our Year 8 geographers explored Colchester Zoo.The pupils explained what they learnt on their visit: Isobella N: “I found it really interesting to see how the zoo had recreated the animals’ habitats and to see how they would have lived in the wild. I also really enjoyed going with my friends, as I felt it made the experience more enjoyable. I also really enjoyed the lunch, and how we were allowed to go off and get our own food. I really enjoyed learning about the wolves, and the small cute animals as well!”