Headmaster Simon Lockyer reflects on the school's priority to provide continuity of education during uncertain times.
Reverend Dr Philip McConnell celebrates the life of one of our brightest lights and announces a special memorial to be held 13 March 2021.
During COVID19, RHS alumni have taken the values of service and loyalty out into the world and back into the School.
At the current time we are unable to welcome large numbers back to RHS including RHS Remembrance Weekend.
Rob Wand joined RHS from Holmwood House in Year 9 as an academic scholar and has achieved an incredible four 9s and five 8s at GCSE.
Eli achieved one 9, four 8s and four 7s at GCSE and he was keen to thank his teachers for their help and support over this difficult period. Eli returns for Sixth Form to study Economics, Maths and Religious Studies at A Level.
Allegra Martin joins RHS Sixth Form from New Hall after achieving two 9s, four 8s, and three 7s. As a GB skier and competitive horse woman, juggling her schoolwork with sporting commitments has been a challenge.
Poppy Haworth-Macmillan joined RHS in Year 9 from Ipswich High School and has achieved an amazing seven 9s and three 8s at GCSE.
Rachael Ilori achieved an amazing eight 9s and two 8s in her GCSEs. She has followed her three siblings by joining RHS as a boarder in Year 7 from St Peter's Primary School in Sittingbourne as a result of her father's naval background.
Owen Smith joins RHS Sixth Form as the first De Neumann Scholar after achieving some excellent GCSE results including the very top grades in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Sports Scholar, Archie, has managed to balance his myriad of sporting commitments with hard work which has earned him five 9s, two 8s, a 7 and a 6 at GCSE, together with an Academic Scholarship for the Sixth Form.
Academic Scholar and holder of the Kenyan Award, Yvonne De Villiers achieved six 9s, one 8 and two 7s at GCSE. She joined RHS in Year 9 from Pembroke House School in Kenya citing the big open spaces and countryside location as the main draw when choosing her boarding school in England.
As the Royal Hospital School prepares to re-open this September, robust Covid-19 health and safety measures have been put in place to reduce the risk to the whole school community but the School is also equipping its staff to support young people on their return after such a long period away from school.
Bruce joined RHS as a boarder in 2017. He was attracted to the School's heritage and traditions but also the 'motivational energy' he sensed. The main challenge associated with coming to a British boarding school for Bruce was speaking and understanding English.
Drama Scholar, Jaz Skingle joined the School in Year 7 and chose RHS because she wanted to 'try new things and get involved in as much as possible'. And she certainly has!