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Creativity, compassion and community were among the key themes in an inspiring Monmouth School for Girls’ Confidence4Life (C4L) charity-themed assembly. Anna, one of the Monmouth School Girls’ Prep pupils involved in the presentation, raised £90 on her Charities Day stall… Read more

The journalistic ambitions of a creative Monmouth student have soared after an ‘amazing’ week in London where she met some of the industry’s leading lights. Myfanwy gained a valuable insight into journalism and publishing at the News Academy summer school,… Read more

Friends and former colleagues threw a surprise party for a loyal and dedicated woman who has retired after 39 years’ outstanding service at Monmouth School for Girls. Miss Liz Goulding gave total dedication during her time at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools… Read more

GCSE joy for Wales hockey ace

August 23rd, 2019

Sporty student, Mari, was not able to pick up her GCSE results because she is representing Wales Under-18 girls at the Futures Hockey Cup in St Albans. However, the Monmouth School for Girls’ pupil was delighted to achieve 10 GCSE… Read more

Pupils at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools achieved excellent results in this year’s GCSE and IGCSE examinations. The results include a mixture of letter and number gradings with a 9 considered to be a high A*, an 8 a low A*, a… Read more

A Monmouth student has secured her place to study at Cambridge University after an outstanding set of A level results. Talented musician and sportswoman, Mererid, will be taking up an offer to read Music at Newnham College, Cambridge. Eighteen-year-old Mererid,… Read more

Students at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have achieved a very strong set of results in the more challenging two-year linear A-level examinations.  At Monmouth School for Girls, 39.3% of all grades were A* to A – again exceeding the national average… Read more

A former student at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools is celebrating after achieving a first-class honours degree. Ellie Mone has just graduated from Newcastle University with the top degree classification in Product Design. She was chosen to represent her university at the… Read more

A red velvet ‘brain cake’, ‘Pavlov’s pavlova’ and a Skinner’s box carrot cake were among the excellent offerings of psychology themed cakes during a recent baking competition. The eagerly anticipated Annual Psychology Bake-off was fiercely fought this year. Entries also… Read more

Year 9 Classics students have visited the most prestigious Roman dwelling ever discovered in Britain, to learn more about Roman life. Students made the trip to Fishbourne Roman Palace near Chichester, which was once the home of King Cogidubnus –… Read more

Budding linguists at Monmouth School for Girls have been recognised in a national competition. Year 8 pupil Daniela won first place for Erste Klasse in the British-German Association’s Youthbridge competition which encourages pupils to take up German at school. The… Read more

A former pupil delivered an inspirational and uplifting message to students at Monmouth School for Girls. Professor Anne Davies, the Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, was the guest speaker at the school’s annual Speech… Read more

Prioritising decisions and thinking ‘outside the box’ were among skills learned by Senior Prefects from Monmouth Schools Sixth Form during a special Leadership training session. Head of Sixth Form, Mrs Rees, said: “24 students took part in the training, during… Read more

Today’s lesson, BRAINS! The award-winning operating theatre live is bringing its live human interactive dissection show to The Blake Theatre on Saturday 7th September 2019. Scroll down for ticket information. Fresh from being seen on BBC’s Dragons’ Den over the summer, Operating… Read more

The whole of Year 8 at Monmouth School for Girls yesterday enjoyed a restorative walk along the riverbank with canine companions. The students looked after Betty the basset and Bryn, a rescued greyhound, among others, during the (Dog) Walking for… Read more

Sub-atomic particles, the Higgs boson and particle physics and the Large Hadron Collider were among topics covered by Sixth Form physicists during a special Particle Physics Masterclass. Held at Swansea University, students from Years 12 and 13 enjoyed a lecture… Read more

Drama students utilised the beautiful spaces and buildings at their school to create a stunning and original live production. The pupils at Monmouth School for Girls flourished under the guidance of renowned Cardiff-based writer-director and creator of performance, Firenza Guidi…. Read more

A 92-year-old woman had an afternoon to remember when she returned to her former school for the first time in 75 years. Lorna Fildes left Monmouth School for Girls in July 1944 and enjoyed a successful career in the health… Read more

Excellent teamwork, accuracy and an abundance of energy and enthusiasm helped make this year’s Coastal Geography field trip “one of the best!”. 43 Year 10 Geography students visited Leeson House Field Studies Centre this month, to explore coastal geography in… Read more

Researching Roman women during an interactive workshop fascinated Year 8 Classics students from Monmouth School for Girls recently. Pupils recently visited the Corinium Museum in Cirencester to learn more about Roman Britain and, specifically, about the lives of people in this area… Read more

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