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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

Boys from The Grange and girls from Inglefield House were lucky enough to be given the opportunity of viewing the supersonic car Bloodhound SSC which is aiming to smash the world land speed record and reach 1000mph! The car was… Read more

Archie’s Kayaking Success

June 11th, 2017

Archie, in Prep IV, is a member of Monmouth School Kayak Club and has been very successful in recent competitions. Archie was selected to join the Welsh Slalom Squad at the weekend and was also promoted to Division 2. He… Read more

All of the boys in Prep IV were very excited to be handed a £5 note by Mr Ahmad and Mrs Kirman this week. They are taking part in the Enterprise Project, Make £5 Grow, run by Virgin Money. We… 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

Last Saturday, our Head Boy, Oliver, organised a sponsored walk with Prep IV in order to raise money for his chosen charity, WWF. The boys climbed The Sugarloaf. It was very well supported and Oliver managed to raise £590 through… 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.  

On Monday, Prep IV visited the SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, home of Glamorgan County Cricket Club. After an introductory talk on the history of the ground, the boys embarked on a behind the scenes tour. This included a visit to the… Read more

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

Six boys from The Grange and six girls from Inglefield House travelled to Wycliffe College for the heats of the Maths Quiz earlier this week. It was a very challenging quiz, with all of those involved working to their limits… Read more

Prep I bluebell walk

May 7th, 2017

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.

Budding researchers filled a theatre with colourful posters and props to present a diverse variety of scientific experiments this week. A hands-on test to see which colour hair generates the most static electricity and a trial to decide if dogs… Read more

Bridging the engineering gap

April 29th, 2017

This week saw the culmination of the Prep II Bridge Building Project. The boys went through the whole design process with their bridges from the initial brief through research, planning, design, construction then finally to testing and evaluation. The boys… Read more

Beautiful music filled St David’s Hall in Cardiff yesterday as over 400 children performed in a momentous concert to mark Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls’ 125th anniversary. Pupils were joined on stage by Old Girls, current staff and professional musicians… Read more

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