Due to the devastation after Typhoon Haiyan, Mr Wallbank and the Rokeby boys of Galsworthy House chose Rokeby Aid for their House Appeal. This was to support Unicef in the Philippines by hosting an exciting ‘Wear Rock, Pop or Hip-hop style clothes’ mufti day event.
The Rowe Cup Instrumental Competition was held on Thursday 14th November with 50 boys performing across three sections. Read more..
The annual Kingston Borough Cross country Championships took place at Richmond Park on Tuesday 12th November. The ten strong under 11 team produced an excellent set of performances to win the team event within an incredible field of 230 runners. Read more....
Year 7 boys perform the abridged version of Twelfth Nigh by William Shakespeare at the New Wimbledon Theatre. Read more..
Head Boy, Will Yun-Farmbrough and the deputy Head Boy, Albert Dwan laid a Victoria Cross wreath at the memorial in New Malden. This was done in memory of Squadron-Leader Ian Willoughby Bazalgette who was a former pupil of Rokeby and for whose brave actions in August 1944 was posthumously given the highest award for valour. Read more..
Year 7 boys have created some delicious revolutionary recipes as part of their work on studying the causes of the American Revolution. Read more..
This year the Eco team has been divided into 3 groups with each group looking at a different aspect of the environment. The 3 groups and areas are: biodiversity, litter and traffic. Read more..
During October half term, 43 members of Years 7 and 8 embarked upon an exciting five day trip to Iceland, the land of fire and ice! Read more..
Rokeby School was delighted to receive a visit by Her Royal Highness, Princess Alexandra, on Wednesday 16th October 2013 to officially open their new leading edge Lower School Building. Read more...
On Monday 7th October Year 2 took an exciting trip to Windsor Castle. Upon arrival we took a tour of the St. George’s Chapel where we got to see King Henry VIII’s burial chamber. There were lots of banners belonging to knights and images of famous Kings and Queens on stained glass windows. Read more..