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Press release

4th July 2022

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RHS Pupils Get Creative For Pride Month

The Royal Hospital School (RHS) in Holbrook, Ipswich, has celebrated Pride month by releasing a magazine filled with artwork showcasing a wide variety of creative work to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.

Pupils and staff painted pebbles with words including ‘Be You' and ‘Love is Love' along with Pride rainbows. Students also created garlands and amazing drawings, all of which were then photographed and displayed within the school's ‘Insight' magazine.

The magazine, which was created by Photography Teacher, Mikaela Rackham, celebrates and shares the creative work of staff and students at Royal Hospital School. Mikaela comments: "Providing a platform for our community to share their creativity around topical issues has proved extremely popular, and the outcomes visually powerful."

Previous volumes of the magazine have included titles such as; ‘Creativity', ‘Women', and ‘Peace'.


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 About Royal Hospital School:

The Royal Hospital School, located in Holbrook, Ipswich, is a leading independent co-educational boarding and day school for 11-18 year olds, providing an outstanding, full and broad education fit for the modern world.

Founded in 1712 in Greenwich, London, the Royal Hospital School moved to its spectacular site, set in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the River Stour, in 1933. The school has continued to develop its purpose-built site and has grown in size and reputation to become one of East Anglia's leading independent schools.

The school has connections with the British Royal Family and is the only UK independent school to have ever been continuously granted the Queen's Banner.  It flies its own Admiralty-approved Royal Hospital School Blue Ensign flag.

The school also has a unique naval heritage and is one of only two UK schools whose students have the privilege of wearing Royal Navy uniforms, with the Royal Hospital School marching band being a perennial part of school life.

The Royal Hospital School focuses on inspiring pupils to pursue their interests and talents, reach their ambitions and develop essential life skills. Great importance is placed on balancing academic work with interests and achievements outside the classroom.

Today the Royal Hospital School is a modern, forward-thinking HMC school anchored on 300 years of history and achievement.