We are a community as well as a school, and we are immensely proud of the achievements of our alumni, many of whom have become national names in fields as varied as science, the arts, the church, industry, public service and sport.
We are equally proud of the strong sense of community that Old Monmothians have with one another and with the school; we have close links with our past pupils and there are plenty of opportunities for them to keep in touch. We encourage alumni to attend school events, and many now have sons and even grandsons at the schools.
The Old Monmothian Club holds regular social and sporting events bringing together recent leavers as well as those from the more distant past. Please get in touch if you would like to know more about forthcoming events or to update your contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
OM, Kit Orton performing as Tom Jones in the hit biographical musical about the Welsh legend.
Prof Julian Stevens, Leading Eye Surgeon at Moorfields Hospital
OM Lewis Oliva (centre) takes men's sprint gold at the British Cycling National Track Championships. (Image source: SWPix)
OMs attend the St. John’s Oxford Secret Garden Dinner as OM William Underwood's guests (far left)
Will England, represented Great Britain at the Junior Rowing World Championships.
This list is ever-expanding, and is by no means exhaustive, but gives a flavour of the wide range achievements of our many distinguished alumni.
Sir John Beddington
Retired Chief Government Scientific Officer
Sir Frank Davies CBE
Former Chairman, Health & Safety Commission
Derek Ezra, Lord Ezra
Liberal Democrat peer, former chairman of the National Coal Board. For an obituary, please click here
The development team regularly hosts Monmouth in London events for everyone connected with Monmouth School for Boys or Monmouth School for Girls whether as a former member of staff or pupil or a parent or governor.