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A Bach Christmas

The 2021 Michaelmas Term was brought to a close with a fabulous concert featuring the Chapel and Chamber Choirs of RHS, the Holbrook Choral Society, the Reade Baroque Ensemble and several other of the department's ensembles.

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Girls' Hockey Report

18 girls' hockey teams played 150 matches this term with some great results, including qualification for the U18 East finals. We also have 24 pupils currently attending County training sessions so we certainly have some talent in the School!

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Sebastian is Youth Sailing World Champion 2021

Sebastian Kempe has secured the Youth World Champion 2021 title (ILCA6 Male class), at the Youth Sailing World Championship in Oman this week.

Sebastian performed consistently well all week, competing in nine races and securing three race wins against 50 boats in his class. Holding second place until the final day, Sebastian held his nerve to claim the title from his closest rivals.

Sebastian, age 17 from Bermuda, is a full boarding pupil and sailing scholar at the Royal Hospital School, joining the Sixth Form in September 2020.

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De Neumann Scholarship

The Royal Hospital School's founding mission of 'improving navigation' is deeply rooted in Mathematics and Navigational Science, producing leaders in these fields for over 300 years. This tradition continues today amongst many of our alumni who have studied Mathematics and gone on to apply it within roles in commerce, industry, Science and Technology.

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One Kind Word

For this year's Anti-Bullying Week, 'One Kind Word' has been chosen as the overall theme. Being kind to one another is so important, especially after the difficulties we have all faced over the last 18 months or so.

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'A Sea of Souls'

This year we are commemorating Remembrance Day with our biggest art project to date. Pupils and staff have created 1,548 sails, imprinted with the name of every British naval vessel lost in World War 1 and World War 2, along with the number of lives lost on each ship's last voyage – totalling over 44,000 names.

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