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Pupils at Monmouth School for Boys are celebrating an excellent set of A level results. A total of 43.5% of all grades were A* to A – comfortably rising above the national average of 26.4%. Twenty-two boys have achieved three… Read more

A 14-year-old cricketer from Monmouth has received tips from the biggest icon the sport has ever known. Harry, a pupil at Monmouth School for Boys, bumped into Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar in London this week. Harry, who lives in… Read more

Eye-catching pieces from seven Monmouth students will be showcased in a public art exhibition in the town. Creates Gallery, in collaboration with Art In Penallt, is hosting this year’s End of Year Exhibition by Monmouth’s talented students. Monmouth School for… Read more

Rowers from Monmouth School for Boys finished runners-up in two events at the 2018 Home International Regatta in Ireland. Robbie, Iwan, Ben, Antony and Georg shone for Wales’ Junior Men’s team in Cork. Despite being hit by illness, the Monmouth boys,… Read more

A Monmouth student and his coach helped Great Britain’s rowers to an outstanding overall victory in a prestigious European junior competition in Ireland. Coach, Mr Paul Williams, and cox Jack, both from Monmouth School for Boys, represented GB at the… Read more

An English teacher will be pushing herself to the limit next month to support a brave teenager. Mrs Emma Arrand has been inspired by pupil, Joshua, to tackle the gruelling 100km Wye Valley Challenge in just 24 hours, starting on Saturday… Read more

Eight rowers from Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools will be representing Wales at the 2018 Home International Regatta in Ireland on Saturday 21st July. Monmouth School for Boys’ Robbie, Iwan, Ben, Antony and Captain of Boats, Georg, have been selected for Wales’ junior… Read more

Students at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools’ Combined Cadet Force have been involved in a poignant service to honour a War hero. Cadets from Monmouth School for Boys and Monmouth School for Girls took part in the service to mark the rededication… Read more

The spectacular production of Les Misérables was celebrated at Monmouth School for Boys’ Speech Day and Prize-Giving. Headmaster, Dr Andrew Daniel, said the joint-schools’ musical production earlier this year at the Blake Theatre had been the stand-out moment in his… Read more

Eye-catching designs from two creative teenagers will be lighting up the annual Monmouth Festival later this month. Max’s bold design will be emblazoned on the front of the festival’s official t-shirts after he won a competition involving the town’s senior… Read more

This year’s ‘incredible’ celebration of literature, organised by pupils from Monmouth’s three senior schools, has been hailed as the best yet. Monmouth Literary Festival, which took place last week, highlighted the talent and diversity of young people in the community,… Read more

A talented bowler from Monmouth School for Boys has put the England Women’s cricket team in a spin. Sam, who bowls leg spin, was invited to train with the England Women’s cricket team in Bristol through his involvement with Gloucestershire… Read more

Former Monmouth student, Hallam Amos, completed an excellent summer tour with Wales by scoring a fine try in a commanding 30-12 win against Argentina in Santa Fe. The former Monmouth School for Boys’ Head Boy rounded off a superb second-half flowing… Read more

Business-minded students have won through to the UK Young Enterprise National Final in London. MySlides, formed by A level students at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools, scooped three awards at the Welsh final on Monday 11th June. Headed by Adam, MySlides won… Read more

Nineteen students and three staff camped in sunny Llangollen over the second weekend of Half Term and enjoyed two days of kayaking on the Rivers Dee and Tryweryn. An advanced group spent their time on the National White Water Centre, honing… Read more

Twenty Form III and IV boys spent four days in Paris during the summer half-term, during which they climbed to the top of the Eiffel Tower, went on a cruise on the Seine, had a tour of the main sites… Read more

Three intrepid adventurers braved waist-high stinging nettles, torrential rain and blistering sunshine to complete a gruelling 150-mile charity run spanning the length of the River Wye. Head of Geography at Monmouth School for Boys, Gerry Stentiford, tackled the six-day challenge… Read more

Former Monmouth student, Hallam Amos, scored a first-half try in Wales’ narrow 22-20 Test victory against South Africa in the USA. The 23-year-old, who played at full-back, bagged his fourth try in his 16th Test appearance as a new-look Wales… Read more

A celebration of literature, organised by pupils from Monmouth’s three senior schools, is back for its fifth year. Well-known natural history writer, Horatio Clare, who has written two highly-acclaimed children’s books, is the headline guest for this year’s Monmouth Literary… Read more

Three intrepid adventurers with a strong Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools’ connection will be running the length of the River Wye in a gruelling charity challenge, starting this weekend. Head of Geography at Monmouth School for Boys, Mr Gerry Stentiford, will be… Read more

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