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  • Title: Welcome to Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools
    Descriptive info: .. We use cookies on this website to give you the best possible user experience.. Read more.. By clicking 'Continue' you have read this message and agree to allowing cookies to be used on this site.. Jump to a different school.. Joint Schools Page.. Monmouth School.. The Grange.. Agincourt.. Inglefield House.. HMSG.. Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools.. Overview.. Calendar.. History.. Links.. Terms of use.. News/Events.. News and Events.. Latest News.. Cycling for Male Cancer Charity.. GCSE Results 2013.. A Level Results 2013.. The Sunday Times - Best places to live in Britain.. Hairspray.. Dubai Exhibition.. Haberdashers' Sports Psychologist.. Urgent Message Board.. Sixth Form Taster Day.. Information.. Best of both worlds.. Transport.. Governors.. Key Facts.. Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools Alumni.. Online Prospectus.. Agincourt Prospectus.. The Grange Prospectus.. Inglefield House Prospectus.. Monmouth School Prospectus.. HMSG Prospectus.. Family of Schools.. Vacancies.. Admissions.. Introduction.. Open Days.. 3+ Entry.. 7+ Entry.. 11+ Entry.. 13+ Entry.. 6th Form Entry.. Fees.. Fees in Advance.. Scholarships.. Forces pay only 10%.. Entrance Assessments 2014..  ...   joint activites and a co-ordinated Sixth Form.. Breaking News.. Tatler Schools Guide 2013.. Great Expectations.. "Money matters, so let's cut to the chase: thanks to a generous income from the Haberdashers' Company, Monmouth's fees are among the best value in the country.. The school has ideal.. The Sunday Times, Best places to live in Britain has voted Monmouth in the top twelve in their Best for Schools category.. "In these days of austerity, school fees have become a serious.. Actors Lab Production of Great Expectations actually managed to exceed expectations, leaving the audience transported from fog-bound marshland to the hustle of Victorian London.. find out more.. Spotlight.. Open Morning January 2014.. You are warmly invited to the Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools Open Morning on 18th January 2014.. Find out more.. Registered Charity No.. 525616.. A School of the Haberdashers Company.. Copyright 2013.. Welcome to the Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools website.. Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools, a family of independent day and boarding schools based in the UK..

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  • Title: Overview
    Descriptive info: You are here.. Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools.. Overview.. BOYS AND GIRLS AGED 3-7.. Haberdashers' Agincourt School offers an outstanding education for the all important early years.. The children are taught a full curriculum in small classes ensuring a high degree of individual tuition, in a warm and caring environment.. The School is divided into a Nursery Department for 3-4 year-olds with the flexibility to offer morning, afternoon or all day sessions and an Infant Department for 4-7 year-olds.. The School opens at 8.. 30am and the school day runs from 9am to 3.. 30pm each day.. There is also an after-school club from 3.. 30pm - 5.. 30pm.. BOYS AGED 7-11 WITH BOARDING FROM 9.. The Grange provides the friendliness and close pastoral care of a small school with the outstanding resources of the senior school.. An excellent well-rounded education serves as a foundation for future achievement.. Boys gain experience in a wide range of subjects and the curriculum is supplemented by a vibrant extra-curricular programme.. Before and after-school facilities are available offering care from 8am to 6pm.. The school day runs from 8.. 35am to 3.. 55pm, with optional after-school activities until 5.. 15pm and after-school club until 6.. 00pm.. A full programme of extra-curricular activities, (including music, sport, art, chess, etc), is arranged during lunch hours and after school.. GIRLS AGED 7-11 WITH BOARDING FROM 9.. As the preparatory department to Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls, Inglefield House combines the friendliness and close pastoral care of a small school, with the outstanding physical and teaching resources of a large school.. A full curriculum includes subjects taught for the most part by the  ...   School hours are 8.. 55pm.. The School timetable contains 45 periods in a week, eight each weekday and five on Saturday.. There is a full programme of over 60 extra-curricular activities (including music, drama, clubs, societies, etc) during lunchtimes, after school and weekends, as well as an extensive range of boarders activities which, in most cases, are organised with HMSG.. GIRLS AGED 11-18.. HMSG offers exceptional opportunities to day girls or boarders who enter the school at age 11, 13 or into the Sixth Form.. The School has excellent facilities and enjoys an outstanding academic reputation.. It is also justifiably proud of its national and international sporting and musical achievements.. Boarding enhances the broad educational experience offered and is a vital, thriving element of school life where great care is given to all aspects of its provision and to the full integration of boarders and day girls.. Pastoral care involves a strong network of staff and pupils offering support and guidance to the girls.. The school day is 8.. 00pm and there is provision for an Extended Day, when girls can stay until 5.. 30pm or until 6.. 15pm.. The later time would include supper with the boarders.. Full Day Boarding is available to girls from Years 6 to 11.. This facility has to be booked at the beginning of term and should be a regular commitment.. The girls are treated as a boarder and have a dedicated work area and a reserved bed for an overnight board.. Full day boarders can be picked up at 6.. 15pm after supper, 8.. 15pm after prep (7.. 15pm if in School House), or 9pm after activities..

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  • Title: Calendar
    Descriptive info: Calendar.. For term dates please refer to the individual School website:.. Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls.. The Grange, Monmouth Preparatory School.. Agincourt School..

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  • Title: History
    Descriptive info: History.. The History of Monmouth School and Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls.. William Jones was born in Newland, Gloucestershire in the sixteenth century.. He grew up in Monmouth and grew fond of the town.. A haberdasher by trade, he eventually became a very successful member of The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers.. At that time, Monmouth was a centre of Catholicism, but William was a staunch Protestant and not afraid to be seen as such.. He was a great believer in the Puritan ethic of giving back to society and the Schools in Monmouth are testament to this philosophy.. In 1613, towards the end of his life, he bequeathed 6,000 to be spent locally for charitable purposes, appointing the Company as Trustee.. He provided another 3,000 in his will, and this time included a school in his list of objectives.. The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers, as Trustees, bought a site for the school in Monmouth and organised the building work, for which they sent bricklayers down from London who were paid per thousand bricks laid.. Finance for the school came from the Manor of Hatcham Barnes (now New Cross, London) which the Company bought in 1614.. The Manor then consisted of farms and woodland, and it was the annual rent from these farms which covered the running costs of the school.. Founded under James 1 in 1614, Monmouth School was originally a grammar school for boys.. It was rebuilt in 1865, and as a result of rising revenues from the developing New Cross area in London, the foundation was reorganised in 1891.. In addition to Monmouth School, the foundation could now support a new girls school and an elementary school in the town, as well as a school for West Monmouthshire and Pontypool.. The girls school opened in temporary premises at Hardwick House in Monmouth  ...   The Haberdashers Company takes a great interest in its schools and the Master and other members visit the schools regularly, on Deputation days, Speech Days and other important occasions.. The Master is an ex officio member of each Governing committee.. The Company provides a wide range of scholarships, including Travel scholarships, bursaries and its own Assisted Places scheme.. In special cases, financial assistance is available to enable past pupils to continue their university studies.. We are immensely grateful to our benefactor and very proud to be known as Haberdashers Schools.. An excerpt from the article 'Where to Educate our Girls and Boys' taken from 'The Lady' magazine - 30th September 1897.. In 1891 the Commissioners got out a new scheme, under the Endowed Schools Act, and speedily built a splendid Grammar School, rich in exhibitions and scholarships, at Monmouth.. The tuition fees are only 6 yearly, and to families who reside in Monmouth and its immediate neighbourhood this sum represents the total cost of a very complete course of teaching and training.. Accommodation for one hundred boarders and day scholars has been contemplated to begin with, but the buildings have been planned with a view to extension, and as soon as the scope and advantages are known throughout the length and breadth of England and the Colonies, that extension will be required.. The Headmistress , Miss Lükes, [pictured on the right] who is an old Cheltenham student, tries to know the pupils individually, to help them profit by the advantages of school life, and to take an interest in the welfare of the School, so that they may gain that esprit de corps and power of working with others which will make them useful and unselfish women, ready in the spirit of the foundation motto to "Serve and Obey.. ".. Timeline.. History of the Haberdashers..

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  • Title: Links
    Descriptive info: Links.. Click here.. for.. The Haberdashers' Company.. Web Site.. to view the.. Monmouth School Sports Club.. website.. Blake Theatre.. Merlin Music.. Best Schools.. Website..

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  • Title: Terms of use
    Descriptive info: Terms of use.. We hope that you enjoy visiting Haberdashers Monmouth Schools website and we would welcome.. your comments.. This website is copyright 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Haberdashers Monmouth Schools.. All rights reserved.. Legal Notice.. This website describes the broad principles on which the Schools are presently run and gives an indication of our history and ethos.. The content of this website  ...   Although believed to be correct at the time of posting, certain statements may become out of date from time to time.. Anyone wishing to place specific reliance on a statement on the website should seek written confirmation of that statement before entering into any contract or other commitment to expenditure.. Haberdashers Monmouth Schools accept no responsibility for the content of externally linked sites..

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  • Title: News/Events
    Descriptive info: News/Events.. We are very proud of our pupils' achievements and many gain local, regional and even national press coverage.. Please see the right-hand menu for examples of recent news stories giving a brief glimpse of some of the activities which take place during the school year.. The Schools regularly update their news sections, please visit each individual School site under News and Events..

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  • Title: Latest News
    Descriptive info: Latest News.. World Youth Chess Championships 2012.. MSI - Flying start to the term.. Celebrating 25 Years of Symphonic Winds.. Well done to four pupils from Haberdashers' Monmouth Schools that were selected to represent Wales at the World Youth Chess Championships 2012.. The event took place at in Maribor in Slovenia.. At  ...   subjects is the subject of concern in industry and academia and there is a nationwide shortage of science graduates, Monmouth.. Celebrated on Sunday 16th September 2012 at the Blake Theatre, Monmouth School The Blake Theatre was not only the setting for a celebration of the inauguration of wind bands in the Haberdashers..

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  • Title: Cycling for Male Cancer Charity
    Descriptive info: Cycling for Male Cancer Charity.. Congratulations to Martin Anderson, Chairman of the Governors at Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls, who has successfully completed a bike ride of nearly 1,000 miles from Barcelona to London, conquering the Pyreenes on the way.. Martin and the team have raised nearly 50,000 for the male cancer charity, Orchid, in memory of their colleague, Chris Milton Ivin, a talented young cameraman and a friend to so many who sadly lost his fight against testicular cancer in 2012.. To read about their journey, please.. click here.. and please.. to make a donation.. Mr Martin Anderson, Chairman of the Governors at Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls and his son Simon, Old Monmothian, will be setting off on 17th September, cycling just under 1,000 miles from Barcelona to London, conquering the Pyrenees on  ...   his fight against testicular cancer in 2012.. Martin and Simon have already raised over 28,000 for Orchid and hope to reach their target of 40,000 for this charity which specifically targets awareness of the signs and symptoms of cancer amongst men.. Mr Martin Anderson, who is also Deputy Chairman of Natural Animal Feeds in Monmouth, a major, local employer and one of the key sponsors says,.. We have been training hard around the roads of Monmouth, ahead of our arduous bike ride.. Inspired by Chris Ivin, we have been overwhelmed with the support and generosity of local businesses, friends and family.. The funds raised for Orchid should help prevent more deaths in young men.. We wish them all the best on their gruelling journey.. To make a donation of whatever size, please visit:.. www.. virginmoneygiving.. com/team/ballstobarcelona..

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  • Title: GCSE Results 2013
    Descriptive info: GCSE Results 2013.. OUTSTANDING IGCSE AND GCSE RESULTS AT THE HABERDASHERS MONMOUTH SCHOOLS.. Monmouth School and Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls were delighted with this year s excellent results as the Schools celebrated their second cohort of IGCSE Science results alongside their usual GCSE results.. The Schools switched to IGCSE in Biology, Chemistry and Physics and History at HMSG, a more rigorous examination equivalent to an old O Level, to ensure that all their students were stretched and better able to face the challenges of A Levels and university.. Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls achieved a 97.. 5% pass rate (A* to C grade) and Monmouth School achieved a 94.. 9% pass rate.. HMSG achieved their best ever A*/A grades with a record number of A*s at 46.. 9% and 75.. 91% receiving A*/A.. 27 girls (37% of the cohort) achieved A*/A in every subject.. Monmouth School recorded 58.. 4% A*/A grades, well above the national average of 21.. 3%.. Poppy who this summer has cycled 760 miles from Bristol to Berne, raising over 16,000, plays Lacrosse for Wales and Wales Hub Netball achieved 9 A*s, 2 As and Distinction in Additional Maths.. Lizzie, The Times Junior  ...   Regatta in Nottingham achieved 7 A*s, 2 As and 1 B.. Oliver, Welsh Champion in Medium Dressage 2012, achieved 3 A*s, 3 As and 4 Bs.. Mrs Helen Davy, Headmistress of HMSG said,.. These are record A*/A results and are a reflection of the girls talents and commitment under the guidance of their dedicated teachers.. We are delighted at how well.. the girls rose to the challenge of IGCSE Science and History.. 11 girls gained national sporting honours whilst managing to achieve 50A* and 35 A grades between them.. I feel confident that HMSG girls will continue to develop into well-rounded, confident individuals who will make their mark in life in the Sixth Form and beyond.. Dr Steven Connors, Headmaster of Monmouth School said,.. These results are tremendous and show that the boys have performed well across the board.. They should be very proud of all that they have achieved, and I would also like to thank the teachers for their support, encouragement and unwavering commitment.. Alongside the boys GCSE school work, they have managed to achieve outstanding success beyond the curriculum at international level; some of them even an arduous expedition trekking in Borneo this summer..

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  • Title: A Level Results 2013
    Descriptive info: A Level Results 2013.. Pupils and teachers at Haberdashers Monmouth Schools celebrated another year of outstanding A Level results, with 52.. 4% A*-A grades at Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls and 39.. 1% A*-A grades at Monmouth School, against the national average of 26.. There were 27 girls who received at least 3 A*/A grade A Levels and 20 boys.. The results highlight the pupils and teachers hard work and dedication.. The Schools were particularly pleased that the vast majority of pupils gained their first or second choice place at university, including all the Oxbridge candidates.. Eliza will read Law at Queens , Cambridge, Ros, Natural Sciences at Gonville Caius, Cambridge, Cici, Engineering at St.. Edmund Hall, Oxford while Helen has turned down her place at Magdalen, Oxford to accept a place at Yale to study International Politics and Arabic.. Amongst the boys, all five Oxford and Cambridge places were confirmed, including Ben, Peter and Tom who achieved 4 A*s and will go on to read Engineering at Jesus, Oxford, Mathematics at Brasenose, Oxford and Classics at Magdalen, Oxford.. An additional seven boys Callum, Nathan, William, James, Won Jin, Huw and Hallam secured places to study medicine in a year where medicine was the only subject to be capped.. Hallam has the added  ...   at HMSG said,.. I am extremely proud of the girls results today.. Hard work, dedication and excellent teaching have meant that expectations have been met or even exceeded.. This year we have had strong representation in Medicine as usual, with many girls achieving the excellent grades required to study this course at Imperial College, London; Queen Mary University of London; King s College, London; Sheffield and Cardiff to name only some.. But the outstanding point today is that girls have followed individual paths producing a diversity of top quality courses as never before and all at good universities for some, and mature and sensible GAP years for others.. Dr Steven Connors, Headmaster at Monmouth School said,.. This year we achieved our second highest percentage of A* grades which bucked the national trend.. The majority of our boys achieved the grades to take up places at their first choice universities to study a very broad cross-section of subjects.. Sam had the distinction of being offered scholarships to the top conservatoires in the UK and achieved 4 As and will now take up his place at the Royal Academy of Music.. I have also been very impressed with how our Head of School, Hallam, combined his fledgling professional rugby career with his A Level studies..

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