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A host of budding inventors demonstrated their imaginative computer programming projects at Monmouth School for Boys yesterday (Sunday). Boys and girls travelled from across the region – one as far away as Somerset – to take part in the school’s… Read more

Former Monmouth student Hallam Amos scored the crucial try in Wales’ narrow 13-6 win against Georgia yesterday at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. The former Head Boy at Monmouth School for Boys had another try ruled out after racing 70… Read more

A Monmouth student has finished top of the class in a prestigious surgical essay competition. Charlie, who is studying his A levels at Monmouth School for Boys, was the overall winner in the Wales’ Schools Essay competition. Monmouth School for… Read more

Monmouth School for Boys’ Chapel Choir provided the music for Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools Service on Armistice Day. They also sang at the town War Memorial in St James’ Square on Remembrance Sunday to commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth… Read more

A team from Monmouth School for Boys triumphed yesterday in a nail-biting finale to win the 39th Prep Schools’ Challenge. Monmouth quartet Oliver, Ollie, Jason and William (pictured left, with Dr Andrew Daniel, Headmaster of Monmouth School for Boys) pipped The… Read more

Former Monmouth student Hallam Amos scored a last-gasp try for Wales in a 29-21 defeat against Australia in Cardiff. The exciting 23-year-old, who plays for Welsh Pro14 regional team Dragons, dived over in the corner in the final minute of… Read more

Pupils from MB, MG, MBP and MGP gathered in the Blake theatre Monday 6 November 2017 to watch and take part in a French play- Le chateau, which was (loosely) based on finding Henry VIII his fourth wife, Anne de… Read more

A 14-year-old boy has got a taste for adventure after cycling from Monmouth to London in memory of his grandfather. Ben, who lives in Monmouth, has raised more than £1,500 for the British Heart Foundation after completing a marathon 212-mile… Read more

Budding inventors will be demonstrating their imaginative programming projects at Monmouth School for Boys’ Computer Science Fair later this month. Around 20 inventors, including Tom (pictured), took the opportunity to showcase their coded apps, games, websites and even robots in… Read more

Six former England Test cricketers rode into Monmouth School for Boys this evening as part of a gruelling cycling challenge for charity. Marcus Trescothick, Tim Bresnan, Geraint Jones, Steve James, Matthew Maynard and Gavin Hamilton are all taking part in… Read more

Last week all of Form II enjoyed Shakespeare in the autumn sunshine as they travelled to Puzzlewood to participate in a promenade performance of ‘Macbeth’. In an action packed and dynamic production, the boys were warriors, dinner guests and even… Read more

Herefordshire’s Newport House and its stunning gardens was the destination for 6.1 artists this week. They drew inspiration from a breadth of sculptural forms created by nationally and world-renowned artists as part of the ‘Out of Nature’ exhibition. Sculptor, Jon… Read more

George’s GCSE exam piece exploring the themes of religion and death is now on display in Mrs Wynne-Lord’s classroom, alongside other exciting art works which have been influenced by similar ideas of afterlife and mortality.  The work, a wonderful cross-curricular with Biology, Religious… Read more

The Junior History Society re-enacted the Battle of Hattin in cardboard and sports kit on Monday lunchtime and this annual festival of homemade weaponry and historical discovery did not disappoint either participants or onlookers. Form I, led by their generals from… Read more

Monmouth will be alive with Ashes fever when Marcus Trescothick, Tim Bresnan and Geraint Jones are among six former England Test cricketers cycling into town later this month. Former England Test players Steve James, Matthew Maynard and Gavin Hamilton are… Read more

Monmouth School for Boys celebrated world languages between Monday 25th and Saturday 30th September with an array of activities including foreign food and music, learning different languages, a real French café, pétanque games, a Spanish giant board game on the… Read more

On Thursday workshops were given by Kevin Hicks, the renowned historical re-enactor, for the First, Second, Third and Sixth Forms students who witnessed the weapons and tactics used in the Crusades, the Battle of Bosworth, the Great War trenches and… Read more

Parents searching for their dream school should look no further than Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools. Tatler magazine’s highly regarded Schools Guide delivers a glowing verdict on Monmouth School for Boys in its latest edition. In the feature on Monmouth, the magazine… Read more

On an unseasonably wet September morning this Thursday saw the first form and Dr Daniels take to the Wye Valley for the annual, local Geography hike. Despite the gathering storm clouds, spirits were high and the two groups set off… Read more

Students at Monmouth School for Boys have been given a fascinating insight into the role of the oldest civic appointment in the land. High Sheriff of Gwent, Mr Kevin Thomas (left), took pupils on a trip to the seventh century… Read more