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  • Buckingham Summer Festival at RLS, Sunday 6th July 2014

    RLS is delighted to be staging a special concert at 5pm on Sunday 6th July as part of the Buckingham Summer Festival. Talented GCSE & A-level Musicians and a number of musical Old Latins will […]

  • Class of 1994 Reunion

    Staff and 1994 leavers are planning a 20th anniversary reunion on Saturday 28th June at RLS, from 2.30pm onwards. We’ll gather in Brookfield House for refreshments and then set off on a tour of the […]

  • Class of 1974 Reunion

    Old Latins and staff from the 1974 era are warmly invited to gather at RLS for an informal reunion on the afternoon of Saturday 19th July 2014, from 2.30pm onwards. Meet in Rotherfield Gardens. Refreshments […]

  • Summer Ball July 12th 2014

    This is organised by the FRLS, the Friends of the School who have run the Ball successfully for many years. Tickets are on sale, many have been sold already but some tables are still available […]

  • Archive Open Day Thursday May 1st 2014 2.00pm-5.00pm

    Archive Open Day Thursday May 1st 2014 2.00pm-5.00pm

    It was a really enjoyable day, with over 70 Old Latins assembling in a packed Archive Room and later in the afternoon in the Rotherfield Lecture Theatre. Especially pleasing were the ‘new’ Old Latins coming […]

  • David Knibbs, perhaps the greatet RLS Caretaker

    David Knibbs, perhaps the greatet RLS Caretaker

    David joined RLS a year before I did in the late 1960s and after George Embleton, he was the second member of staff whom I met.  I got to know him well when I moved […]

  • David Knibbs. School caretaker for nearly 30 years

    Old Latins will be saddened to read of the death of David who died on Saturday morning 5th April, aged 83. David became the school’s caretaker in the late 1960s during the Headship of George […]

  • Head Boys and Head Girls 1945-Present Day

    A number of boards are to be mounted at the rear of the main school hall. Three of the boards record university honours won by students during the first half of the Twentieth Century. The […]

  • Production of “Accrington Pals” by Peter Whelan, April 4th

    Sixth form students performed this play at RLS in late February to sell-out audiences. Directed by Liz Launder and Emily Spence, they are to perform it one more time at the Radcliffe Centre in Buckingham […]

  • John Rudyng- Founder and Benefactor

    The Books of John Rudyng (d.1481) John Rudyng’s ancient bible will be on display at an illustrated talk at the Old Gaol given by Dr James Freeman of the British Library. Dr Freeman will tell […]