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History will come full circle when the Queen’s Baton Relay arrives at Monmouth School for Boys tomorrow at noon. The Baton for the Gold Coast Commonweath Games 2018 will come face to face with the very first Queen’s Baton which… Read more

Two teams from a Monmouth-led project scooped national awards in Arcola Energy’s Hydrogen Hack. The youngsters used software and hardware to transform everyday items as part of the Schools Hydrogen Challenge. Teacher Lyndsay Hope, from Monmouth School for Boys, ran… Read more

Former triathlon champion Frank has overcome a life-changing diagnosis to secure four As, four Bs and a 6 in English at Monmouth School for Boys. Frank immersed his whole life in sport and was an outstanding rugby player until tests… Read more

Four pupils at Monmouth School for Boys achieved a clean sweep of A* grades and 19 gained A*s to A. A total of 93% of pupils attained A* to C grades, with 35% achieving an A* and 81% celebrating A*… Read more

Creating an air pollution sensor for a car and a hydrogen powered games console were just two of the ideas mooted by youngsters in an exciting engineering project in Monmouth. Proposals to build a ketchup-supplying robot and to turn a… Read more

Three leading students at Monmouth School for Boys have expressed their delight after achieving places at Oxbridge. Sam, who lives in Monmouth, was awarded four A*s in his A levels and will be reading computer science at Cambridge University. Sam… Read more

Pupils at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools are today celebrating an outstanding set of A level results. The two schools gained twice the national average for the top A level grades. Monmouth School for Boys enjoyed its best results since 2012, with… Read more

Budding engineers from Monmouth will be using objects next week in an exciting project to highlight the benefits of fuel cell and hydrogen technology. Ten young inventors and programmers, aged from eight to 18 years old, will use software and… Read more

Congratulations to Alex from Form 1 who was extremely proud to be presented with a certificate and T-Shirt from Mel Ralph, the Monmouth Festival Chair, for his playful winning design of this year’s festival poster. This design challenge was set… Read more

Five giant balloons were launched on a mission to space by 42 boys who have been working on the project since November last year. The High Altitude Balloon (HAB) Club, run by 17-year-old Sam at Monmouth School, created precious payloads… Read more

French debating news

May 15th, 2017

On May 5th Monmouth School hosted the French debate 2017. The motion was, “In order to fight terrorism, it is necessary for governments to implement mass surveillance of their citizens”. As well as the two teams from our own school,… Read more

On Wednesday May 3rd Alan Shrimpton of the Hybrid Air Vehicle company visited Monmouth in a visit organised by Mr Dunn, to give a talk in the Physics department to the RAF section of the CCF and Physics A-Level students…. Read more

What is WyeHack? Use hardware & software to build an app, a website, a game, anything. Get support for ideas & join workshops. Click to sign up for free. Register for event What do I need? A laptop, Raspberry Pi,… Read more

Sixty 10-11 year old pupils from six Monmouthshire schools gathered in Monmouth School on Tuesday 28th March for a morning of languages in the Blake Theatre. They took part in an array of activities based around three markets (French, Spanish… Read more

Next Thursday, 23rd March, there will be a career’s convention for students from both Monmouth School and HMSG. To download the programme for this event, and to discover the wide range of careers which you could find out about, please… Read more

Congratulations to Jenson and Jago who are celebrating passing the aptitude exam for a prestigious Arkwright scholarship, and are now nervously preparing for their final interviews at Imperial college later this month. The scholarships support the next generation of leaders… Read more

Sixth Form historians from both schools debated the topical motion “This House believes that the history of the United States is the history of white males fighting to hold onto power”. Using examples from the first colonists through to current… Read more

An Old Monmothian, who has just taken up his place to study computer science at the University of Cambridge, has been awarded a prestigious scholarship. Harri Bell-Thomas, 19, is one of around 60 students nationwide to win a Diamond Jubilee… Read more

Emerging entrepreneurs have come up with a practical, cutting-edge idea for recycling empty milk bottles. The eight-strong team from Monmouth School will be turning donated plastic into unique chopping boards under their company name, Polymade. They have established the eco-friendly… Read more

Sixth formers are inviting members of the public to quiz a diverse panel of influential people who help make life-changing decisions for the community. Monmouthshire Youth Parliament’s Question Time event takes place on Friday evening, from 5.30pm to 7pm, in… Read more