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A Monmouth student raced to two silver medals at the Welsh Schools Track & Field Championships in Cardiff. Alaw, 16, was outstanding, finishing second in the Middle Girls’ 300m hurdles and the 4x100m relay. The Monmouth School for Girls’ pupil… 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

Keen geographers at Monmouth School Girls’ Prep designed eye-catching posters exploring the impact of plastic or climate change on the environment. Pupil, Peggy, was the brains behind the poster competition which was organised by her and the Eco Committee at… Read more

Young musicians at a Monmouth school have taken part in a singing workshop with the vocal coach from a popular television show and performed at Birmingham Town Hall. The Grange Choir and five Year 3 pupils at Monmouth School Boys’… Read more

Students at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools swam, cycled and ran to raise more than £700 in memory of a caring and considerate 13-year-old boy, who died 12 months ago. The inaugural Triathlon for Tom involved pupils at Monmouth School for Girls… Read more

A Commonwealth Games cyclist and dignitaries got on their bikes to make a spectacular entry at Monmouth School Boys’ Prep’s Prize-Giving ceremony. Old Monmothian Lewis Oliva, who won a silver medal at Commonwealth Games last year, was among the party… Read more

The tremendous charity work by pupils, staff and parents was a major theme in Monmouth School for Boys’ annual Speech Day and Prize-Giving on Saturday 6th July. Headmaster, Dr Andrew Daniel, said the fund-raising initiatives over the past year had… 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

Space hoppers and an inflatable assault course were a fun and energetic highlight of the recent Farewell Afternoon for Year 11 students. Speaking about the event, Head of Year 11, Mrs Hutchings, said:  “A little rain could not dampen any… 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

Three talented rugby players at Monmouth School for Boys will be training with the Dragons Under-18 squad this summer. Sixteen-year-old duo George and Frankie and 17-year-old Adam will be working hard in the sessions with the Newport-based professional regional team…. Read more

Wales youth player, Rosie, hit an excellent half-century as Monmouth School for Girls lost narrowly in their first-ever hard-ball cricket match at home. Playing a Twenty20 fixture on the beautiful Sports Ground at Monmouth School for Boys, the girls were… Read more

A Monmouth student has played a leading role in a Welsh National Opera (WNO) youth opera production at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff. Carys, 17, played the role of the cat in Brundibár, an opera by Jewish Czech composer… Read more

The wonderful Jelly Babies stole the show in Monmouth School Girls’ Prep’s annual Speech Day and Prize-Giving. The creative pupils reprised their eye-catching dance routine which caught the imagination during their outstanding Winnie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory production last… 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

Powerful and persuasive public speaking matters more than ever, and this year’s Inter House Debating Competition was closely fought. Round 1 of the competition saw Imbert Terry face Bagnall Oakeley.  The motion they debated was ‘This house believes that the… 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

Cricketers at Monmouth School for Boys finished runners-up in an inaugural Welsh Schools Day – 100 Ball Tournament at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. The school’s first team defeated Christ College, Brecon in their semi-final but were then beaten by a… Read more

The governors of the Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr James Murphy-O’Connor as their first overarching Principal. James was appointed from an impressive field of applicants and will take up this new post in September… Read more

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