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Six former England Test cricketers rode into Monmouth School for Boys this evening as part of a gruelling cycling challenge for charity. Marcus Trescothick, Tim Bresnan, Geraint Jones, Steve James, Matthew Maynard and Gavin Hamilton are all taking part in… Read more

We are very proud of Ojas, who has spent today in London at the final of the Junior Language Challenge testing his knowledge of the language, Zulu. To prepare him for the task, Mme Le Moal started to learn Zulu… Read more

Humble by Nature Visit

October 13th, 2017

The boys in Prep II enjoyed their visit to Humble Farm, where they saw a variety of livestock. Particular favourites were the goats and the pigs. The boys enjoyed feeding the pigs apples! Whilst doing this, they learned a number… Read more

A proud nine-year-old boy has taken his pet lizard to school to give a special talk about reptiles. Joseph hopes to be a herpetologist when he’s older and spoke with affection about his bearded dragon Amber. The Monmouth School Boys’… Read more

Last week all of Form II enjoyed Shakespeare in the autumn sunshine as they travelled to Puzzlewood to participate in a promenade performance of ‘Macbeth’. In an action packed and dynamic production, the boys were warriors, dinner guests and even… Read more

A budding linguist who spent his summer holidays learning Japanese reached the final of a prestigious national competition. Ojas took up his place in today’s (Friday) final in London after progressing through several rounds in the Junior Language Challenge (JLC)… Read more

Herefordshire’s Newport House and its stunning gardens was the destination for 6.1 artists this week. They drew inspiration from a breadth of sculptural forms created by nationally and world-renowned artists as part of the ‘Out of Nature’ exhibition. Sculptor, Jon… Read more

George’s GCSE exam piece exploring the themes of religion and death is now on display in Mrs Wynne-Lord’s classroom, alongside other exciting art works which have been influenced by similar ideas of afterlife and mortality.  The work, a wonderful cross-curricular with Biology, Religious… Read more

The Junior History Society re-enacted the Battle of Hattin in cardboard and sports kit on Monday lunchtime and this annual festival of homemade weaponry and historical discovery did not disappoint either participants or onlookers. Form I, led by their generals from… Read more

Fun with Numbers

October 7th, 2017

The boys have had an enjoyable few weeks at Fun with Numbers. We have been trying to make the most of the weather and the light evenings while we can. The boys have all taken part in a Maths Trail… Read more

In the Michaelmas term all of the boys study Biology in Science and at MBP this means getting out and looking at the beautiful biology all around us on the school grounds or bringing it in from the outdoors to… Read more

The first gala of the year saw an exciting fixture v Bristol Grammar School at home. This was a full school gala, with swimmers taking part from Form I to Sixth Form and a total of 42 races over the… Read more

Monmouth will be alive with Ashes fever when Marcus Trescothick, Tim Bresnan and Geraint Jones are among six former England Test cricketers cycling into town later this month. Former England Test players Steve James, Matthew Maynard and Gavin Hamilton are… Read more

Monmouth School for Boys celebrated world languages between Monday 25th and Saturday 30th September with an array of activities including foreign food and music, learning different languages, a real French café, pétanque games, a Spanish giant board game on the… Read more

On Thursday workshops were given by Kevin Hicks, the renowned historical re-enactor, for the First, Second, Third and Sixth Forms students who witnessed the weapons and tactics used in the Crusades, the Battle of Bosworth, the Great War trenches and… Read more

On a very blustery Sunday with high winds and heavy seas, Sixth formers helped beginners get their first taste of kayak surfing on Ogmore beach. On a canoe club trip, the beginners were ferried across the Ogmore River to the… Read more

Parents searching for their dream school should look no further than Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools. Tatler magazine’s highly regarded Schools Guide delivers a glowing verdict on Monmouth School for Boys in its latest edition. In the feature on Monmouth, the magazine… Read more

On Sunday, a group of Form III and IV EAL students visited Raglan Castle. The group explored the castle and learned about the history of the area. There was a chance to visit the castle’s underground cellars and the moat,… Read more

Busy week of rugby

October 1st, 2017

It has been a busy week of Rugby at MBP with fixtures on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. On Monday, the U10’s played King’s Hawford in a set of closely contested home fixtures. Wednesday saw the U11’s visit Hereford Cathedral School… Read more

Prep IV prefects announced

October 1st, 2017

The positions of responsibility for the boys in Prep IV and across the school were announced in Wednesday’s assembly. Dr Daniel led the presentation and was assisted by the Senior Team from MB, Nyasha (Head Boy) and Will and Olly… Read more