Fireside Chat: Katherine Collins (Howe 1999) Echocardiographer, Scientist and Educator
Christmas Fayre raises over £3,000 for RHS Annual Fund
In the latest edition of The Scholar Ship we feature the RHS election results, debates about Christmas and 'The Last Word' from one of our Year 8 pupils.
On Wednesday 8 January, Year 13 BTEC Sport students had the opportunity to meet personal trainer and alumnus Ben Moore (Collingwood, 2006-2013).
Presenter and fitness trainer, Annie Price spoke to sixth form pupils about her story and shared how she has dealt with adversity, setbacks and frustrations in her own life.
Royal Hospital School announces the De Neumann Mathematics Scholarship offering a Suffolk or Essex-based pupil with a real passion for mathematics, a 100%-funded place in the sixth form in September 2020.
The town of Ajax in Canada decided to name their streets after the men who served on the three ships involved in the Battle; HMS Exeter, Achilles and Ajax. Trott Lane is named after Basil.
Professor Philip Howard (Cornwallis 1983) awarded OBE for services to Healthcare
Known for its sailing prowess, Suffolk's Royal Hospital School has recently sailed to success, winning several high-profile races this year.
In the latest edition of The Scholar Ship we feature awards, STEMFest, The Visit and a final thought from one of our Year 7 pupils.
Planting trees is a win, win for everyone – the community who join together to plant trees and take pleasure in caring for them to the generations in the future who will enjoy the beauty they bring to the landscape.
Year 11 pupils, Emma W and Harry P met with Blake Housemistress, Mrs Cooper and parent Mrs Cotterill to talk about a new initiative funded by the Annual Fund.
Parent, Sgt. Ann Thomas recently visited Buckingham Palace to be presented with a service MBE by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
Mr Mann: "Who was your tutor?" Jack: "You were!" Welcome back to RHS Jack Beaman (St. Vincent 2005)
Death, disturbing characters, moments of dark comedy, memorable music, striking costumes and a chilling ending were hallmarks of this year's play, the 1950's German tragicomedy 'The Visit'