The RHS minibus headed down to the home of rugby; Twickenham to the 100th Babcock Trophy Army vs Navy rugby match.
Lydia Torrington is this year's highest point scorer with the equivalent of straight A*s and As across her eleven subjects at GCSE.
Ben is well on the way to achieving his dream of being an organ scholar at Oxford University.
Sally and Lucy have gained straight As in all of their A Level subjects and secured their places at Durham University to study Anthropology and International Relations respectively.
In a year when the A Level national pass rate has dropped by 0.5%, the Royal Hospital School is delighted to report a 100% pass rate and a 2.6% increase in the proportion of A*, while national trends report an increase of just 0.5%.
Academic scholar, Henry Bezant, didn’t drop a grade across 10 GCSE subjects.
Twins, Thomas and Annabelle Paddon, gained 20 A*/A equivalents between them in their GCSEs.
Over a third of all GCSEs gained by pupils at the Royal Hospital School this year were graded A* or A, 23 pupils achieved at least six straight A*/A grades and 12 pupils were awarded at least one top 9 grade.
Ten A*s for Tilly opens doors to a career in Medicine.
The Headmaster welcomed 181 new pupils and their families in Chapel yesterday as they embarked on their new journey at the Royal Hospital School.
A Year 10 sailing scholar has won the Topper 4.2 National Championships.
The U14A, U15A, 1st XI and 2nd XI girls hockey teams all started school early this year; in order to prepare for their forthcoming seasons.
A pupil has completed the challenging 608 nautical mile Fastnet Race, a classic offshore yacht race that he took part in over the summer.
Head of Digital Learning is Apple Distinguished Educator.
RHS alumnus ACM’s first Music Gateway Music Production Scholarship recipient.
FIND founder Maureen Reynel MBE speaks to pupils in Chapel.
Mrs Stevens teaches us about overcoming adversity and challenges in life.
Music programme 2017/18 boasts over 50 concerts and events.
A fundraising walk around the grounds of the Royal Hospital School and local area was able to raise £1600 last week in aid of the charity Ipswich Riding for the Disabled.
RHS has entered a team to compete in the Dora Love Prize, a schools competition that invites participants to learn more about the Holocaust.
The U14s and U16s netball teams have qualified to the county stage of the National Schools Netball Competition after coming 2nd and 1st in the opening area round.
RHS crews return from the 2014 Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta
RHS support RSPB efforts to create habitats for local wildlife.
Sir Christopher Benson praises RHS Guard of Honour.
A former pupil has been awarded the Prince's Badge after completing his Royal Marine Band training.
Headmaster urges pupils to ask the question, "What am I learning?"
West Hill Park come to RHS for Team Racing clinic.
Pupils from the Royal Hospital School CCF took part in the 350th Anniversary Parade in London for Her Majesty’s Royal Marine Cadets.