We are delighted to announce that our Heads of School this year are Mathilda Ketterer and Oliver Goodwin-Day, supported by our Deputy Heads of School Daniil Dildyaev, Helena Mate, Tami Dada and Theo Gardiner.
Our DofE pupils were busy in the summer with 85 candidates for the Bronze Award, 33 for Silver, as well as 11 Silver sailing candidates. There were also candidates for Gold who completed the residential section of their award.
Ahoy! Next week, we're kicking off our Y7 Sailing Week at RHS. To get us in the mood, why not hear from our senior sailors and find out what they have been up to this summer? Audrey, Chris, Harriet, Tom, Ciara and Sam have all competed against the best sailors worldwide this summer.
We are excited to announce that are one of the top 3 Finalists for the School House Awards 2023 in the sustainability category.
With the sun blazing down it was great to get our block hockey and rugby seasons up and running.
Last year’s programme was jam-packed with some incredible performances from talented musicians, and this year is proving to be no different!
Freedom, independence and fun are all aspects of sixth form life. Our new cohort dived straight into the new term, and what could be a more fitting way to commence than by providing them with a glimpse of these elements.
In late August, 24 adventurous Year 13 geographers, accompanied by three incredibly enthusiastic geography teachers, embarked on an unforgettable journey to Iceland. Our Icelandic expedition kicked off in Reykjavik, the vibrant capital, where we watched a Lava Show and experienced a 'Fly Over' of Iceland.
We are thrilled to share that we have been named as a finalist in the Independent Schools of the Year 2023 awards in the Co-Educational Excellence category. This recognition highlights our commitment to creating an inclusive and diverse educational environment.
Every year our Year 13s head off to some of the best universities in the country and our sixth form team can offer you a wide range of support:
“Congratulations, I am delighted to inform you that you have been awarded an academic scholarship.” I will never forget those words on the offer letter and how it changed my life.
The impact that it has had on me and receiving the news is truly an indescribable experience. It has given me access to a plethora of opportunities, moulding me into a more confident and motivated human being. It has also made me realise that the sky is the limit.
We are delighted to be featured once again in this year's Tatler Schools Guide, which features the top prep and Independent schools in the UK.
At the start of the summer holiday four enthusiastic climbers Charles, Harry, Hugo and Ted went on a climbing adventure around the Cornwall coast.
On Friday 9 June, Year 8 pupils participated in a history trip to the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. They were divided into three groups and explored various hangars, discovering Duxford's role in World War Two and the preparations for the D-Day landings. The pupils engaged in an interactive documentary challenge for the fictional TV channel 'SMASHtv,' where they had 45 minutes to create mini documentaries recounting the story of the aircraft involved in the Battle of Britain.
Sophie Doe gained an impressive set of results, achieving a 9 in Geography and four 7s in Mathematics, PE, Science and Music! Sophie is looking forward to RHS Sixth Form life and will study A Level Psychology and Geography as well as BTEC Sport.