On Wednesday 28 July, The Daily Telegraph published the obituary for Lieutenant Basil Trott RN (Nelson 1935) who passed away on 12 July 2021, aged 101.
On Saturday 17 July, 14 Old Boys entered a social team for Colchester Rugby Club's Tom Miller 10s Tournament.
Triple Jumper, Jonathan Ilori (Hawke 2011) has placed an impressive 4th Place at the Olympic Trials.
George Nicholls (Hood 2019) picked to play for the Army RFU at the Super 7s Series at Aldershot Garrison to celebrate Armed Forces Day.
The Parker family are helping local cricket clubs to reduce their carbon emissions.
Ever thought about how the food you eat affects your mood? Eva Humphries (Howe 2006) tells us more and gives us some quick fixes which can change the way we feel everyday.
Josie has been supporting two charities 5,134 miles apart whilst on her travels. The Wild Sun Rescue Centre in Costa Rica, and the Little Princess Trust in the UK.
James Parker is the first recipient of the England Rugby Universities 'Tom Miller Award for Social Impact'
The Alumni Office were delighted to arrange for two pupils from David Crick's former boarding house, Anson, to send him a birthday card on this 90th birthday.
RHS pupil Fergus Wootton has been selected for the England Under 18's Hockey squad. Fergus is currently a sports scholar in year 13 here at RHS. He will be part of the England Age Group Programme which is a significant milestone for a junior hockey player.
According to year 7 pupil Kathryn, "RHS is the best!". Kathryn is one of our International pupils and is a full time boarder, we asked her about her favourite things about boarding here at RHS.
What is Model United Nations and why do we love it here at RHS? MUN is a staged debate that allocates every pupil delegate a country and a topic within a committee (for example the death penalty in Human Rights) to try and pass, amend or reject a resolution on behalf of the views of their country.
Abby Cooper née Donaldson (Howe 2013) regularly posts wonderful images of pets on her LinkedIn profile. They never fail to make us smile here in the Alumni Office, so we thought it was the perfect time to find out more.
At Royal Hospital School we place great importance on academic achievement but what goes on outside the classroom is equally as important. Our co-curricular activities give our pupils a chance to try new things, pursue their passions and develop as an individual. We find that our pupils gain confidence, new friends and a broader outlook by participating in a wide range of activities.
Designer Freya Richmond (Howe 2012) starts a new and exciting chapter with launch of her brand F.ROZE