Science News – Dr Wall has been making use of the great outdoors in the boys’ initial work this term on Biology. I hope that it’s only weeds that he let Prep I pull out of the garden! Meanwhile Prep… Read more
Young horseman Tommy scooped a top honour in a show jumping competition yesterday at Herefordshire Country Fair. The 11-year-old was the best overall rider for his section in an inter-hunt relay. Tommy, his eight-year-old sister Megan and Bronwyn rode on… Read more
A successful barrister, who is also a qualified doctor, returned to his old school to give an inspiring speech about recognising the important things in life. Old Monmothian, Anu Mohindru, was back at The Grange on Friday morning as guest… Read more
The boys in Computing Club have been improving their control skills further by programming Probots to complete given challenges, including programming the cars to write letters of the alphabet. They are going to move this on a step further in… Read more
Over 200 pupils took to the stage with the African Children’s Choir to perform a joyful concert which celebrated life and the uniting power of music. Children from Inglefield House, The Grange and Agincourt School & Nursery sang a medley… Read more
An 11-year-old cricketer has become the first pupil at his school to score a century since 2011. Gus, who goes to The Grange Monmouth Preparatory School, achieved this outstanding feat during a 25 overs match against Cardiff and The Vale…. Read more
On Monday morning the Prep III boys were accompanied up to Inglefield House to take part in a maths activity morning alongside their Year 5 counterparts. The brilliant morning featured team activities and challenges both inside the classrooms and outside…. Read more
Over 100 boys took part in the Grange Sponsored Speedshot, with the aim of providing the school with new football goals and kit. Everyone was hugely enthusiastic and competitive, recording some very powerful shots. Prizes will be awarded to the… Read more
The boys in Computing Club have been enjoying developing their coding skills, by completing fun activities on Scratch. They all successfully programmed their own working drum kits this week, creating their own instructions to do so.
Prep IV were treated to a morning of code breaking activities, led by visitors from GCHQ. They explored the history of code and learned about some of the different coding methods, including: substitution, steganography and cryptography. They learned how these… Read more
Both Prep I classes have enjoyed visiting the woods on the Kymin this week in their art lessons. They spent time matching the colours that they could see using watercolours, completing close observational sketches of bluebells and sketching woodland landscapes.