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Recently Year 9 spent a day discovering the role of two local regiments in the Great War. They gained a vivid insight into the contributions of territorial soldiers from the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers with those of the regular soldiers… Read more

During the First World War, 658 men were awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest award for bravery ‘in the presence of the enemy’. And one of these remarkable men, Angus Buchanan VC, was head boy at Monmouth School for Boys,… Read more

Four Monmouth students have been sharpening their wicketkeeping skills under the guidance of former Glamorgan captain, Mark Wallace. Joe, Harry H, Nathan and Henry have received expert coaching from Mark, who represented England Under-19s and spent 18 years in Glamorgan’s… Read more

Friends and family of a brave and caring Monmouth student are aiming to raise £100,000 in his memory to fund a research project close to their heart. Tom was a quiet and considerate pupil at Monmouth School for Boys and… Read more

In the October half term eighteen boys and girls went on a Spanish language trip to Barcelona. They visited some of the most iconic sights not only in Spain but also Europe including the Nou Camp football stadium, Parc Güell,… Read more

Before half-term the Monmouth School cross-country team travelled to Gwernyfed for round three of the Brecon League. The course included hills, ditches and a vault over a fence all of that on top of cold, wet and sunny conditions. The… Read more

Two Israeli students, Nadav and Or, visited Monmouth School for Boys before half term. These visitors were able to explain what it is like growing up in a country the size of Wales in a very volatile part of the… Read more

A keen oarsman is keeping Monmouth firmly in the rowing spotlight after impressing during a GB Rowing Team Junior Potential Camp in Nottingham. Iwan was among 30 boys from across the country who took part in activities focused on technique,… Read more

A Monmouth student is combining his passion for dogs and running to become a force on the world stage. Sixteen-year-old Rowan is celebrating World and European triumphs just several weeks apart in the fast-paced sport of canicross. Representing Great Britain,… Read more

Two Monmouth students are making a big impact with Gloucestershire County Cricket Club. Batsman, Michael, and leg-spinner, Sam, will be training with the professional county’s under-17s squad in Bristol this winter. The Monmouth School for Boys’ duo have been recognised… Read more

A teenage footballer at Monmouth School for Boys has scored a fine goal on his regional debut. Seb helped the Independent Schools Football Association’s (ISFA) South Under-16s team to a crushing 6-1 win against Essex Schools. The 15-year-old netted in… Read more

Pupils at Monmouth School for Boys received a special visit from a Buddhist monk this week. Lama Samten,who lives in New Zealand but originates from Tibet, is also a teacher and spoke to GCSE Religious Studies students. He highlighted the… Read more

Cricketers in Monmouth have started their winter programme under the watchful eye of a senior Glamorgan coach. A group of leading seam bowlers from Monmouth School for Boys and Monmouth School Boys’ Prep have been put through their paces by… Read more

A Monmouth schoolboy has joined forces with his new hound to win a World sporting title in Poland. Teenager Rowan triumphed alongside his pet, Vrank, while representing Great Britain, in the Junior Men’s category at the International Canicross Federation’s World Championships…. Read more

A 15-year-old Monmouth cricketer has capped a golden summer by gaining selection for Glamorgan’s academy. Harry, a talented opening batsman, scored a remarkable 2,037 runs in 2018 and hit five centuries, including 106 not out against England Women at Loughborough…. Read more

Harry Potter-style magic potions, explosions and smoke rings were among mind-blowing demonstrations for primary school children at a science workshop in Monmouth. Almost 750 children flocked to the Blake Theatre to watch a whiz-bang show from Monmouth School for Boys’… Read more

Former Monmouth student, Jeremy Lawlor, scooped a top honour at Glamorgan County Cricket Club’s end-of-season awards. The ex-Monmouth School for Boys’ ace was named Glamorgan’s Second team Player of the Year on Friday 28th September. He received the award from Glamorgan… Read more

The newly-appointed head boy, who hopes to study Medicine at Oxford, wants to inspire his peers at Monmouth School for Boys. Charlie, the new Head of School, is hoping to pass on his love of music, particularly the bassoon, piano… Read more

Huge congratulations to Will & Archie who have had a very successful Summer of kayaking. Both boys were selected for the Pan Celtic Championships at Holme Pierre Pont, & unexpectedly the Welsh teams won both the Junior 14 & Junior… Read more

Year 9 go wild in Pembrokeshire

September 27th, 2018

Tuesday 18th September 2018 saw 77 Yr 9 boys and 7 staff embark on the journey to Pwll Caerog Farm in Pembrokeshire (near St David’s) for three days of exciting activities and peer bonding. The boys got the chance to take part… Read more