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Friends and family have paid tribute to the popular chairman of Newport-based Brace’s Bakery, who has died after a short illness, aged 96. Colin Brace OBE, a former Monmouth School for Boys’ pupil, was chairman of the family bakery business… Read more

Four talented pupils from Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have been offered the life-changing opportunity to study at Oxford and Cambridge universities. Dedication and hard work paid off for the two boys at Monmouth School for Boys and two girls at Monmouth… Read more

Students from Monmouth spoke an outstanding level of German in lively and spirited debates at Clifton College. Combined teams from Monmouth School for Boys and Monmouth School for Girls also showed impressive research skills and sound knowledge of German society… Read more

An aspiring investment banker is celebrating after winning a prestigious essay-writing competition and securing work experience at a major firm in London. Elis clinched the overall Cazenove Schroders Economic Prize and fellow Monmouth School for Boys pupil, Jasper, was the… Read more

Pupils and staff at Monmouth School for Boys enjoyed a range of activities yesterday (Friday) to raise money for Velindre – Wales’ leading cancer centre. The boys made donations to wear red clothing to school, while others bought promotional mugs and… Read more

Monmouth students scaled new heights at the annual Wales Cadet Indoor Climbing Championships in Cardiff. Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools’ Combined Cadet Force won the overall event and clinched three other titles at Boulders Climbing Centre on Saturday 27th January. Monmouth won… Read more

The talented musicians from Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools will be performing in a gala concert at Wyastone Concert Hall in March. Members of Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools Symphony Orchestra (HMSSO) have been working hard in workshops for the much-anticipated concert on Tuesday… Read more

Wales rugby star Hallam Amos has made a ‘surprise’ visit to Monmouth School for Boys on the eve of the Six Nations championship. The former Head Boy wowed the school’s pupils when he dropped in to assembly at The Blake… Read more

A former Olympic rower has encouraged Monmouth students to embrace life, exploring their own gifts and abilities. Three-time world champion rower Debbie Flood gave an inspirational talk to pupils during yesterday’s Chaplain’s Assembly at Monmouth School for Boys. Debbie won… Read more

On Tuesday 27th February Monmouth Boys’ Chapel Choir, joined by Monmouth Boys’ Prep Choir, will sing Choral Evensong in Brecon Cathedral.  Come and join us to hear a choir of eighty boys sing music by Stanford, Will Todd and Robert… Read more

A teenager, whose father has overcome cancer, is urging students to paint Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools red for a day. Thirteen-year-old Darcey, a pupil at Monmouth School for Girls, has seen at first hand the tremendous work carried out by staff… Read more

An aspiring doctor is hoping to become the sixth generation of his family to work in the medical profession. Charlie, 16, wants to follow in the footsteps of his father, Russell, a vastly experienced surgeon at Nevill Hall Hospital in… Read more

The clouds (and the crowds) gathered as ten Year 11 athletes (Alex, Joe, Zachary, Anan, Ollie, Thomas, Thomas, Dylan and Roderick) from Severn House stepped out onto the Astro for what would be a thrilling afternoon of football with a… Read more

Former Monmouth student Hallam Amos has been picked in Wales’ 39-man squad for their NatWest Six Nations campaign. Hallam, a former Head Boy at Monmouth School for Boys, had an impressive autumn series for Wales, notching tries against Australia and… Read more

Six pupils from Monmouth School for Boys braved the freezing conditions to run the annual charity car park. James, Harry, Tom, Teddy, Billy and Will, all from Town House, collected donations for the British Heart Foundation (BHF). After five chilly… Read more

The inspirational work of the late British artist, Chris Gollon, will be celebrated in an evening at The Blake Theatre in Monmouth next month. Mr Gollon, who died last April after a short illness, aged 64, often took inspiration from music… Read more

Last Saturday saw some amazingly speedy athleticism from Aharon, in Form I, as he competed at the Welsh Regional Championships and did an amazing job in both of his events; the 60m sprint and the long jump. Aharon had a great… Read more

One of Monmouth School for Boys’ biggest supporters, Bob Blake, is celebrating his 90th birthday tomorrow. Second Master at Monmouth School for Boys, Mr Simon Dorman, and Development Director, Mrs Clare Anning, paid a special visit to the home of… Read more

A former Monmouth student who marshals the biggest stars in rugby union will be creating history tomorrow night (Friday). Wayne Barnes is set to become the record holder for most Aviva Premiership English rugby matches officiated. Wayne has refereed 190… Read more

An aspiring teenage engineer has scooped a prestigious honour and filed a patent application for his award-winning bike locking invention. Kyle, 18, has invented a system which secures all integral parts of a bicycle, such as the two wheels and… Read more