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An Old Monmothian, who had a successful career in motorsport and a spell as chairman at Oxford United Football Club, has died at the age of 80. Robin Herd was a skilled engineer and designed McLaren’s first ever Formula One… Read more

Heavy rain ultimately had the final word, on Monday 10th June, but it failed to dampen the relations between Monmouth School for Boys and Glamorgan County Cricket Club. It was the first time the school had hosted a Glamorgan Seconds… Read more

Sixteen students and three members of staff attended the annual camp in Langollen during May Half Term. A group of older “experts” spent two days on the National Whitewater course on the Tryweryn, training for their expedition to the Alps in July. The intermediates… Read more

Swimmers will be taking the plunge in the River Wye in Monmouth to raise money for the Ted Senior Foundation on Sunday 16th June. The Great Wye Swim is an annual fundraising event organised by Monmouth School Sports Club. Swimmers… Read more

The family of a caring Monmouth School for Boys’ pupil have handed over a cheque for £10,072.01 to Cancer Research Wales. The money was raised by the school and is part of a remarkable £100,000 appeal fund in Tom’ memory…. Read more

Year 7 attended a French Theatre Event at Monmouth School for Girls this week, along with year 5 and 6 from the two prep schools and Year 7 from Monmouth School for Girls. The students enjoyed a 50 minute play… Read more

Another great trip to the most visited city in the world! Between the 25th and 28th May, 18 Year 9 boys thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the French capital, particularly the Stade de France, the Sacre-Coeur and Monmartre, the Grevin… Read more

This past weekend two cadets from Monmouth School for Boys and Monmouth School for Girls leapt at the chance of partaking in static line parachute training at Netheravon, renowned for having the biggest drop zone in Europe. The two cadets,… Read more

A former Monmouth schoolboy put in an outstanding performance to win his age category in the gruelling Club La Santa Ironman Lanzarote. Old Monmothian, Finn Arentz, showed remarkable determination and willpower in hot and windy conditions to complete the event… Read more

Monmouth School for Boys’ Rowing Club is celebrating its 150th year in style, winning a major title in a record-breaking time and bagging a bronze medal at the National Schools’ Regatta in Windsor. The 1st VIII dazzled in the impressive… Read more

Two Monmouth boys competed in the British Athletics Junior Road Mile Championships in London – and met England’s one-day cricket captain Eoin Morgan. Monmouth School for Boys’ pupils Henry and Harry enjoyed running the Vitality Westminster Mile around St James’s… Read more

Two students helped Glamorgan County Cricket Club’s Academy to two exciting victories against Somerset. Harry and Joe, both in Year 11 at Monmouth School for Boys, played with confidence in the Twenty20 double-header against Somerset Academy at Taunton Vale Sports… Read more

The family of a caring and considerate teenage boy is thanking people from the “bottom of their hearts” after a major £100,000 appeal fund in his memory was smashed in less than a year. The Walker family estimate that “thousands”… Read more

Due to unprecedented numbers auditioning for this year’s Senior Plays the beginning of May saw two productions take to the stage of the Drama Studio. The first play was the scintillating ‘Not Gonna Lie’, starring Rhys, Amelia, Marcus, Gemma, Ella… Read more

A Monmouth schoolboy has marked his Great Britain rowing debut with a memorable two-medal haul at the Munich Junior Regatta. Eighteen-year-old Iwan had an ‘incredible experience’, winning silver and bronze medals on his GB debut at the prestigious meeting in… Read more

A 15-year-old bowler helped England’s big-hitting cricketers to warm-up for a one-day international match against Pakistan this week. Monmouth School for Boys’ leg-spinner, Sam, bowled at England in the nets during a practice session at the County Ground in Bristol…. Read more

On Thursday 2nd May 2019, there was music resounding from the main hall at Monmouth School for Girls as three fantastic music ensembles took to the stage to show case all their hard work and entertain a very appreciative audience… Read more

The Chapel Choir made their annual trip out to sing Evensong on 26th April, this year to Salisbury. With canticles written for King’s College, Cambridge by locally-born Herbert Howells, plus his setting of the Hymn to St. Cecilia, it was… Read more

During the Easter holidays 6th Form Art & Design students took part in a workshop at school with Ceramicist Elaine Peto. Elaine gave a demonstration of her working methods in the morning, where she made a warthog with the simplest… Read more

A popular music teacher is preparing to take the plunge next month for a fund-raising swim in an iconic stretch of water near Falmouth. Mr Christopher Horner, who teaches violin, viola and piano at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools, will be tackling… Read more

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