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The exciting Monmouth Literary Festival is back! Led by a committee of students from Monmouth’s three secondary schools, their aim is to unite the school community by means of literature and encourage the 3,000 pupils to get reading. Moreover, the… Read more

Over half term, three RAF Section cadets attended Blue Wings aviation training at MOD St Athan. The day focused on gliding and they had the opportunity to train in a simulator before taking the controls in the air for the… Read more

EAL trip to Big Pit

May 15th, 2017

Form III and IV EAL students explored some Welsh History on Sunday by visiting the Big Pit Museum in Blaenavon. The guide leading the trip was a former miner, and entertained the students with a wealth of stories and knowledge…. Read more

For 5 days a group of 32 HMSG and Monmouth School students explored the glaciers, volcanoes, geysers and hot springs of Southern Iceland. Activities ranged from swimming in Geothermal Hot Springs to climbing an active Volcano; taking a walk onto… Read more

What is WyeHack? Use hardware & software to build an app, a website, a game, anything. Get support for ideas & join workshops. Click to sign up for free. Register for event What do I need? A laptop, Raspberry Pi,… Read more

Little linguists from six schools spent the morning trading in French, German and Spanish at a bustling pop-up market to boost their communication skills. Held at Monmouth School’s Blake Theatre on Tuesday, 60 children came together to run stalls selling… Read more

As you are hopefully aware, 2017 marks HMSG’s 125th anniversary and we shall be honouring this milestone in the history of the Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools through a number of events throughout the year. To showcase the cultural life of the… Read more

A group of 6.1 EAL pupils braved the cold weather and rain on Sunday to explore the heritage and history of Wales at the Big Pit museum, Blaenavon. The group had the chance to descend the mine, complete with hard… Read more

Please click on the link below to download a booking form for the HMSG 125 Commemorative Summer Ball: Download a booking form Here            (PDF 703Kb)

During the Lent Half-Term Matthew, from 6.1, had the fantastic opportunity of working in Germany, soaking up the local atmosphere and culture as well as, of course, absorbing and responding in the native tongue. Here is his report of this… Read more

Russia Welcomes Monmouth

February 20th, 2017

A group of Sixth Formers from Monmouth School and HMSG had the fantastic opportunity of a trip to Russia this February half term. The group travelled to St Petersburg, and enjoyed a packed itinerary over five days.  The group explored… Read more

On Saturday afternoon, Form IV EAL pupils met in the School House kitchen  to make delicious muffins. The boys made two varieties: double chocolate muffins and blueberry muffins.  Everyone had the opportunity to follow the recipe and have a go… Read more

Congratulations to the 14 cadets from the school’s RAF Section who attended the West Region Ground Training Competition at RAF Cosford last week. Competing in a range of disciplines including fitness, drill, shooting and knowledge of the RAF, the cadets… Read more

We are delighted to report that an eight strong team of Monmouth School cadets have won a National Shooting Trophy. The Staniforth Competition is open to cadet units throughout the UK. Initially each member of the team fires one target… Read more

Junior boarders from Monmouth School and The Grange will be under the guidance of a creative new Houseparent from September next year. Sheila Mone, who has been an art teacher at the school for four years, is preparing to move… Read more

Just before the half term break, two Form IV boys and several HMSG girls took part in the ‘Cranmer Awards’ sponsored by the Prayer Book Society. Meeting in the august surroundings of College Hall at Hereford Cathedral, forty competitors read… Read more

A famous criminologist, who has come into contact with virtually all recent serial killers, gripped sixth form psychology students with his talk on the mind-set of murderers. Professor David Wilson, founding director of the Centre for Applied Criminology at Birmingham… Read more

CCF Field Day Full Report

October 17th, 2016

On Tuesday 11th October, at 4:15 after school, 107 Monmouth School cadets formed up on parade, ready to go to Nesscliffe Training Camp. It was dusk upon arrival and, once there, the group was split into senior and junior sections…. Read more

An amazing time was had by all of the Form III who went on the Pembrokeshire Trip. In between the coasteering, surfing, hiking and climbing there were also lots of opportunities for socialising, eating, and generally getting to know each… Read more

More brilliant news of the students adventures over the Summer holidays has reached us in the form of Jonathan’s report of his trip to Bavaria. This was another trip which he was able to undertake thanks to the support of… Read more

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