School Community Celebrates Sporting Triumph

Since 2012, the Royal Alexandra and Albert School and Gordon’s School meet in an annual rugby and netball tournament for the Sovereign’s Cup, the Duchess of Gloucester Cup and the Patron’s Cup. This tournament is one of the highlights of the School’s sporting calendar and an event pupils look forward to every year.

Designer of the Future

Not many students can say that they have created their own piece of furniture at the age of 17, nor that their piece of furniture is aesthetically pleasing, completely functional, and award-winning. But William Clark certainly can!

Giving Horses New Wings

Working with Redwings Horse Sanctuary, the School’s Equestrian Centre has given six ponies a new home in its double American barn.

Introducing the Global Leader Award

At the Royal Alexandra and Albert School we believe in equipping students with the skills they will need to achieve their goals in life.

The Poorly Written Play

On Thursday 10th May, a group of performers and backstage technicians from the Royal Alexandra and Albert School attended the Leatherhead Drama Festival.

We're Outstanding!

This is how the Ofsted Inspector assessed boarding at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School following a visit in March 2018.

Pupil Success at Public Speaking Festival

On Saturday 24th April, five students from the Royal Alexandra and Albert School, competed against Gordon’s School and The Duke of York’s Military School in the first annual Festival of Public Speaking

School Pupils Sleeping Rough

On Saturday 24th March twenty-four pupils at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School spent the night sleeping rough.

Success for Riders at Felbridge Clear Round Show

On Friday, four pupils from the Royal Alexandra and Albert School competed at the Felbridge Clear Round Jumping Show.

Black History Week

From a workshop on afro-textured hair to a fantastic final show, Black History Week was a big success.

Building Character

Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school”. This points towards character as one of the most important aspects that education has to offer.

When Butter's Good For You

Every Friday, Sixth Form students at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School attend lectures as part of the Sixth Form’s enrichment programme.

National Citizen Service Visit

Representatives from the National Citizen Service (NCS) visited the School this morning. Year 11 pupils attended an assembly to learn more about the NCS journey and what they could do the summer after they finish their GCSEs.

Cyber-attack – Please be vigilant

The Admissions Office has suffered a cyber-attack and this has resulted in some parents being sent emails that are not from the School. If you receive an email asking for money, please check it carefully.

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