On Thursday 21st November, RHS hosted its first ever BIG BANG @ School event 'STEMFEST'.
The U16s and U19s netball teams have both been crowned Suffolk County champions after playing in the National Schools Competition.
This year's Poppy Appeal donations from across the school raised a total of £4,304.80.
The RHS Chamber Choir were invited to sing a service of Choral Evensong at the chapel of St John's College, Cambridge.
Remembrance Weekend is always busy, but this weekend was an exceptionally busy one for the Alumni Relations Office.
Alumnus Sean Cuddihy appeared on ITV's Tenable on Monday, a game show presented by Warwick Davis.
Pupils from the Anti-Bullying Committee created over 300 notes of kindness to place around the school as part of Anti-Bullying Week.
In the fourth edition of The Scholar Ship we feature Oxbridge, Psychology and Sociology, and a final thought from one of our scholars.
Headmaster, Simon Lockyer, talks about planting a lasting legacy for future generations to enjoy.
We've decided to plant a tree for every new pupil joining the school over the next seven years.
Donors to the Annual National Service for Seafarers have provided funding for a year's worth of music lessons to a RHS pupil.
We are pleased to share the third edition of the school's new academic newsletter, The Scholar Ship.
At the beginning of the Michaelmas term, a representative from each of our four chosen charities gave a short presentation in the chapel, highlighting their work. £6000 was initially shared among the charities, in time for Christmas.
Staff members and ballroom dancers, David and Jane Corby helped England win an international 'friendly' competition against visiting Irish and Danish teams.
Fireside Chats encourage sixth form pupils to gain valuable insights from alumni and friends who are leaders in their fields.