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Bad Weather Update

December 11th, 2017

There is no intention, at this stage, of closing the schools.  With a large boarding community and a healthy number of pupils living locally, we intend to remain open.  There have been cancellations from some of our bus providers (Routes… Read more

The glow of candles and beautiful singing filled St Mary’s Church for Monmouth School Girls’ Prep’s annual Christingle service. The orchestra, soloists and choirs led the congregation to Rutter’s Star Carol, sung in candlelight tradition during the special festive celebration… Read more

Members of the ruling party at a Monmouth primary school have kept their election pledge to promote health and fitness inside and outside the classroom. Pupils at Monmouth Schools Girls’ Prep formed their own political parties earlier this year and… Read more

A kind-hearted girl who grew her hair for a year has had her locks chopped off in aid of two charities. Ellie, aged 9, has secured more than £170 in sponsorship for BBC Children in Need, which raises money for… Read more

Monmouth School Girls’ Prep has been named as the top performing primary school in Wales in a reading awards competition. The school has been recognised for the second year in succession for its first-class achievement in the Renaissance Awards, beating 86… Read more

St Mary’s Church was packed as pupils from Monmouth School Girls’ Prep and Monmouth School Boys’ Prep celebrated Harvest together for the first time. Chaplain of Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools, Reverend Clifford Swartz, spoke about the importance of being thankful for… Read more

The sun shone as pupils from Monmouth School Girls’ Prep explored The Kymin as part of their humanities studies. The girls from Year 3 spent an autumnal day walking up and down the impressive hill which overlooks Monmouth. The girls… Read more

Pupils at Monmouth School Girls’ Prep were transported back to the Victorian times for a fun and factual theme-packed day. Girls in Years 3 and 4 wore clothing from the era and even Queen Victoria made a special appearance. The… Read more

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

Imaginative girls stepped into character and whisked their schoolmates back in time to Ancient Egypt with their living museum on Friday. All 48 pupils in Year 6 at Inglefield House were challenged to research their display, write and memorise a… Read more

In Year 3 we have been making our Maths come alive yet again. Along with being line ninjas, and modelling horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines,we have  also been creating parallel and perpendicular shapes on the classroom floor. This has reinforced… Read more

Year 4 Viking Day

January 18th, 2017

On Tuesday the 18th January Year 4 had a fabulous Viking Day. Everyone came into school dressed in Viking outfits. I interviewed two Year Four girls, Stacey and Thandi, to find out what they did and how much they had learnt…. Read more

New Form Captains

January 13th, 2017

With the new prefect team in place, we now come to the Form Captains and Deputy Form Captains. Each form in Inglefield has its own captain and deputy, elected by the girls in that class. This term’s newly elected teams… Read more

New Prefect Team Announced

January 13th, 2017

The new Inglefield House Head Girl, Deputy Head Girls and Prefects have been announced. Lily D was chosen as Head Girl, with Aneshka and Lilly G as Deputy Head Girls. As always, they have a variety of prefects to assist them…. Read more

A burning love of literature has led to girls at a Monmouth preparatory school being crowned the country’s top readers. Inglefield House has won the Top Performing Primary School in Wales prize, awarded by the Renaissance Accelerated Reader scheme. It… Read more

Year 6 have been helping out at Reading Club this week. This fantastic club is not just about reading, although we do plenty of that. It’s all about listening to the story, talking about it and sometimes even acting it out. Reading Club… Read more

Year 3 pupils were able to extend their scientific knowledge further this week when they watched ‘The Electricity Show’, brought to school by the Kinetic Theatre Company. The audience included Year 2 pupils from Agincourt and Prep I pupils from The… Read more

On Wednesday Year 3 took a trip to The Grange so they could build bridges together. The competition was a bit like the Stem Challenge, where you are in teams of five or six boys and girls. They had five… Read more

Year 4 Medieval Day

March 24th, 2016

On Tuesday 8th March Year 4 had a visit from a man called Sir Harry Pashon who knew nearly everything about the Medieval time. Daisy P said she enjoyed jousting because she liked getting the rope hoops off the bar, and… Read more

On Monday, Year 5 graduated from the University of Long Multiplication. Everyone had been working really hard to ensure they passed with flying colours. We congratulated the girls as they came up two girls came up at a time. One… Read more