Practice interviews were held last week to support our Year 14 pupils in their preparation for Medical, University College London, Oxford and Cambridge interviews.  

This excellent opportunity was organised by Mrs Yeates and all pupils were extremely grateful and appreciative of the opportunity to hone their interview skills.

Dr Hall would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our interviewers including a number of RHS parents, past pupils, retired teachers, members of our Board of Governors, specialists from our local HE and FE institutions and supporters of Regent House.

Head boy, Mark Rea, with Dr Gibson (parent and past pupil) at the first MMI (Multi Mini Interview) station.

Head boy, Mark Rea, with Dr Gibson (parent and past pupil) at the first MMI (Multi Mini Interview) station.

Mrs Karen Simpson (Matron) questioning Marc Lyons.

Mrs Karen Simpson (Matron) questioning Marc Lyons.

Parent, Dee Corbett, interviewing Rebekah McKeag.

Parent, Dee Corbett, interviewing Rebekah McKeag.

David Jamison with retired History teacher, Mrs Helen Moffat.

David Jamison with retired History teacher, Mrs Helen Moffat.

Retired Physics teacher, Bill Wilson, and Dr Beattie (grandparent of pupils and retired Professor of Electrical Engineering) interviewing Kai Jenkins who has applied to study Physics at Oxford.

Retired Physics teacher, Bill Wilson, and Dr Beattie (grandparent of pupils and retired Professor of Electrical Engineering) interviewing Kai Jenkins who has applied to study Physics at Oxford.

Dr Moffat (past pupil) assessing Ben Forrest

Dr Moffat (past pupil) assessing Ben Forrest

Adam McHaffie (Law at Oxford) being interviewed by Mr Robyn Johnston, BoG, and Mr Eric Lindsay, retired Economics teacher who asked me to point out that he was on his way to a Formal!

Adam McHaffie (Law at Oxford) being interviewed by Mr Robyn Johnston, BoG, and Mr Eric Lindsay, retired Economics teacher who asked me to point out that he was on his way to a Formal!

Retired vice-principal, Mrs Adgey, and Dr Cole (currently assess DoE Award Scheme but taught Mrs Yeates Chemistry at university) interviewing Alasdair Deering in preparation for his Chemical Engineering interview at UCL.

Retired vice-principal, Mrs Adgey, and Dr Cole (currently assess DoE Award Scheme but taught Mrs Yeates Chemistry at university) interviewing Alasdair Deering in preparation for his Chemical Engineering interview at UCL.

Emily Mayne (Biomedical Science at Oxford) was interviewed by Mr John Megarry (retired Biology teacher) and Dr Ian Moles (past pupil and Mrs Moles’ husband!)

Emily Mayne (Biomedical Science at Oxford) was interviewed by Mr John Megarry (retired Biology teacher) and Dr Ian Moles (past pupil and Mrs Moles’ husband!)

RHS Careers Department was also delighted to help Anna Henry (Glenlola Collegiate) and support her application to study French and Spanish at Oxford University.

RHS Careers Department was also delighted to help Anna Henry (Glenlola Collegiate) and support her application to study French and Spanish at Oxford University.

Ross Cooper (French and Spanish at Cambridge) with Dr Chantal Brady (retired French teacher) and Mrs Andrea da Silva (parent and past pupil).

Ross Cooper (French and Spanish at Cambridge) with Dr Chantal Brady (retired French teacher) and Mrs Andrea da Silva (parent and past pupil).

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Retired vice-principal, Mrs Adgey, and Dr Cole (currently assess DoE Award Scheme but taught Mrs Yeates Chemistry at university) interviewing Alasdair Deering in preparation for his Chemical Engineering interview at UCL.

Adam McHaffie (Law at Oxford) being interviewed by Mr Robyn Johnston, BoG, and Mr Eric Lindsay, retired Economics teacher who asked me to point out that he was on his way to a Formal!

Emily Mayne (Biomedical Science at Oxford) was interviewed by Mr John Megarry (retired Biology teacher) and Dr Ian Moles (past pupil and Mrs Moles’ husband!)

Ross Cooper (French and Spanish at Cambridge) with Dr Chantal Brady (retired French teacher) and Mrs Andrea da Silva (parent and past pupil).

RHS Careers Department was also delighted to help Anna Henry (Glenlola Collegiate) and support her application to study French and Spanish at Oxford University.