We're so proud of what we're trying to achieve in our new Sports Campus, and are still looking for supporters that might be able to commit a monthly amount over the next five months.
We are now urgently trying to raise the remaining £230k to complete our fundraising. If you're able to help, in any way, we would be so grateful.
From £25 to £500, everything will help us to reach out goal. Please find out more below >
Sports Campus fundraising help
Our carefully-curated selection of RLS products are now for sale through the RLS Shop. From charging cables, to golf umbrellas, notebooks and pens, shopping bags and jelly beans, we hope to have something for everyone; students, parents, alumni and supporters. Show your pride of being part of the RLS family, and support the school too!
Proceeds from the sale of these items will be invested into the future of the school through the 600 Campaign.
Thank you for looking.
Shop Now >
Items on sale now
11+ Virtual Tour
Our interactive tour is now live!
Please come and join us by clicking below
We look forward to welcoming you
RLS Pitch Lottery
Our students have launched a fundraiser to raise important funds needed to build our Sports Campus Building.
You can buy your unique square of our pitch online, choosing your favourite letter and number combo if it's still available! £10 each. All proceeds to the Sports Campus.
There are six chances to win £100 AND a framed piece of original astro from the pitch!
If you are able to support them, THANK YOU!
Buy your square of the 3G pitch!
6th Form Virtual Tour
We are delighted to be able to welcome you to our online tour. Please feel free to browse by subject through the menu or find each department video embedded in the tour.
If you have Google Cardboard or something similar, our tour is fully compatible.
We look forward to virtually welcoming you.
Tour now live!
Black Lives Matter: RLS responds
The Royal Latin School knows that we must acknowledge that racism exists across our country and in our society, including at school level, and in our school. The role secondary school has in shaping and educating young minds is critical to challenging the racism which exists in society, and we are aware that we still have much to do when it comes to addressing issues of racism and inequality in our own community.
At this time, it is not enough to watch as others take action. We all have a responsibility to speak out. We are currently working with BAME students past and present to address issues of racism, inequality and diversity in the school, and to fundamentally rethink and reflect on our own practice going forward.