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A keen geographer who captured the stunning scene of misty morning in Monmouth has been recognised in a national photography competition. Lucy, 16, took the beautiful picture near Lydart on her way to school and was the runner-up in the… Read more

‘Ocean zones in a jar’, a ‘tryptic poster’ and a stunning ‘sea turtle cake’ were among the inventive geographical research entries to catch the eyes of competition judges at Monmouth School for Girls recently. This year’s Year 7 Geography Competition… Read more

‘The impact of fishing on our seas and oceans’ was the focus of a fascinating talk by the Marine Conservation Society to members of Monmouth School for Girls’ Geographical Society recently. Over 35 pupils from Year 7 – 13 attended… Read more

Students at Monmouth School for Girls have donated Christmas presents to more than 50 children in Eastern Europe. The kind-hearted Monmouth pupils filled 56 boxes with items, including teddy bears, soap and notebooks, for the Link to Hope Christmas Shoe… Read more

An aspiring doctor at Monmouth School for Girls has finished runner-up in an annual neuroscience competition in Cardiff. Caitlin, who is studying Biology, Psychology and Chemistry at A level, was second in the individual section of the seventh Wales Brain… Read more

The creative flair at two institutions in the Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools’ family has been recognised nationally. Monmouth School for Girls and Monmouth Schools Pre-Prep and Nursery have been shortlisted in the Creativity section in the 2019 Tes Independent School Awards. Tes… Read more

The town of Monmouth is the third happiest place to live in Britain, according to a national report. Monmouth was the only place in Wales to be named in the top 10 as more than 219 areas of Britain were included in… Read more

Creative students explored a path to freedom in a sparkling dance inspired by the school chaplain. Pupils at Monmouth School for Girls highlighted, through dance, how being materialistic and focusing on the wrong things can lead to rocky foundations and… Read more

Swim for Tom entries flooding in

November 26th, 2018

More than 200 people will be taking the plunge in a swimathon in memory of a teenager who died unexpectedly earlier this year. The event is part of a major initiative to raise £100,000 towards a dedicated fund in Tom’s… Read more

An Olympic rower was the special guest as St Catherine’s Day was celebrated by Monmouth School for Girls in a service at St Mary’s Priory Church today (Friday 23rd November). St Catherine is the patron saint of the Haberdashers’ Company… Read more

Red legged tarantulas, giant millipedes and a praying mantis were among a fascinating array of insects handled by Year 8 during a recent visit from the Rainforest Roadshow. The students were treated to the amazing rainforest experience as part of… Read more

A group of 10 students from Monmouth School for Boys and 10 from Monmouth School for Girls are in London for a day’s work experience with the city’s top insurance companies. The students enjoyed a dinner at Haberdashers’ Hall last… Read more

Year 9 Geography students were in for a double treat last week as they investigated how a transnational company operates in today’s global market place. Not only did they enjoy a much-anticipated visit to the Cadbury factory located in Bournville,… Read more

A world-renowned conductor has returned to her roots to open an inspiring new Performing Arts Centre in Monmouth. Professor Jane Glover CBE, who has conducted at prestigious venues across the world, including the Royal Opera House and Metropolitan Opera of… Read more

Pupils at Monmouth School for Girls focused on the symbolism of the Poppy and the Last Post – the combination of mourning and optimism – at a special Remembrance assembly today (Friday 9th November). The Head Girl, Faisa, Senior Prefects Katie,… Read more

Towering temples, amazing amphitheatres and ornate villas were on the itinerary during the recent Classics trip to Sicily. Led by Head of Classics at Monmouth School for Girls, Mrs Beech, pupils experienced a whirlwind, once in a lifetime tour of ancient Classical… Read more

Children quiz Commons Speaker

November 6th, 2018

More than 50 children from Monmouth had the chance to quiz the Speaker of the House of Commons. Pupils at Monmouth School Girls’ Prep and Monmouth School for Girls relished the live 50-minute Ask the Speaker skype session with John… Read more

Students in Monmouth have taken steps to support a locally-based charity working with disadvantaged children overseas. Pupils at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have donated much-needed shoes for children in Africa. Hands Around The World in Monmouth has been collecting shoes for… Read more

 3D printing, prototyping, laser cutting and manufacturing were among the fascinating processes viewed by Year 10 during a recent visit to Renishaw Plc. The GCSE Design and Technology pupils, along with Head of Design and Technology Mr McCluskey, toured the the site… Read more

A talented engineer has won a top honour in a ceremony to recognise leading business figures in the region. Lisa, a student at Monmouth School for Girls, was crowned Young Entrepreneur at the Monmouthshire Business Awards 2018 on Friday 19th… Read more

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