Royal High voices
A group of 56 students from years 9 to 13 had an amazing trip to Iceland over October half term, visiting rainbow decorated waterfalls, walking through a lava tunnel and ice cave, exploring volcanic craters, glaciers and steaming geothermal areas.
Royal High School Bath is delighted to be participating in an exciting new group show, Young Bath Artists, which celebrates the creativity and self-expression of young people across the city. The exhibition will be at Burdall’s Yard, Bath from the 12 to 25 November.
Year 4 took to the stage for Year 4 Entertains Around The World, a joyous celebration of the girls’ talents with songs, sketches, dances, cookery, instrumental pieces, gymnastics, a quiz and just about something for everyone to enjoy!
We are extremely proud of RHSB alumna Clementine Brown who has been selected as a finalist in this year's prestigious Women of the Future awards.
Two RHSB students won this year's Spirited Arts Competition run by NATRE with their incredible photography and piano composition.
The Sixth Form took on a panel of staff in the annual Royal High School Bath University Challenge.
Our first musical concert of the academic year was a stunning showcase of talent and variety from our music scholars in our Steinway Music School.
We were delighted to welcome the author Ayaan Mohamud who visited school recently as part of the Bath Children’s Literature Schools Programme. Ayaan spoke to Year 9 students about her debut book You Think You Know Me which explores powerful themes such as bullying, Islamophobia and institutional racism through the narrative voice of a teenage Muslim girl whose friend is murdered.
Our Head of Prep, Mrs Lilley, discusses the importance of choosing the right school in early years and the effect it can have in the future.