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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. At Monmouth School for Girls, 17% were A* grades and 54%… Read more

We recently received the fantastic news that three girls from Year 11 who aspire to careers in engineering , Kia, Lisa and Francesca have been successful in the rigorous selection process for the highly prestigious Arkwright scholarships.  Kia and Lisa… Read more

An innovative team of budding engineers has won a prize for creating a clever cable cutting device in conjunction with Renishaw. Nia, Charlotte and Ellie in Year 12 at Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls spent six months working on their… 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

A crystal award has been presented to HMSG to mark its place in a list of the UK’s top 20 girls-only boarding schools. The list, published by, is compiled from the percentage of A* and A grades scored at… Read more

Habs-Sachs Club

February 8th, 2017

This school year a different kind of co-curricular activity has been offered to pupils at HMSG. The “Habs-Sachs-Club” is run by our German Assistant, Stephan Klein, who was recently appointed a UK-German Connection ambassador.  His German club gives a group… Read more

Rhiannon, in Year 13, reports on the recent Harris Society talk on Toxicology.  The Harris Society is run by the science department and seeks to broaden young scientists’ understanding and passion for science at the Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools.   “I… Read more

Congratulations to Year 13 economist, Christy, who was runner up in an essay competition sponsored by Schroders Bank. The competition has been running for several years now with the view of Schroders promoting a wider link with the Haberdashers’ Schools. Christy,… Read more

A diplomatic teenager, who devised a system to strengthen links between school children in Monmouth and Berlin, has been appointed a UK-German Youth Ambassador. Rosie, in Year 11 at Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls, came up with an idea for… Read more

(l-r) Cindy, Kathryn and Gabby Nine talented pupils from Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have been offered the life-changing opportunity to study at Oxford and Cambridge universities. Hard work and dedication have paid off for six boys at Monmouth School and three… Read more

A medical student who left HMSG last summer has been awarded Imperial College’s most valuable scholarship, given to just one candidate each year. Diana Shroff was “astonished and speechless” to discover she’d been chosen to receive the Fleming/McCowen Scholarship, worth over… Read more

The Rainforest comes to HMSG

December 13th, 2016

Year 8 were treated to a rainforest experience as part of their investigation of Brazil and tropical rainforests. Dave Shaw, from the Rainforest Roadshow, staged a whole day of fun and thought-provoking activities, including talks on issues facing rainforest tribes… Read more

An innovative school has partnered up with a dynamic German cultural association to promote the take-up of languages by children across the region. Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls has been invited to be part of The Smart Choice: German Digital… Read more

A schoolgirl, whose eco-friendly invention won a national engineering competition, has launched her product into the marketplace. Lisa designed Xorbit – a car dehumidifier with a difference – to enter into an annual science contest at Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for… Read more

A teenager who is incredibly passionate about healthy eating has achieved the UK’s top A level mark for OCR in food, nutrition and health. Sophie Moseley, who left Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls last summer, has won a Drummond Education… Read more

European Day of Languages

November 7th, 2016

Our celebration of languages began with a thought-provoking assembly, led by the three MFL prefects, on the importance of translation skills.  Throughout the week, lots of activities were enjoyed by pupils and staff, ranging from quizzes and songathons to salsa… Read more

A famous criminologist, who has come into contact with virtually all recent serial killers, gripped sixth form psychology students with his talk on the mind-set of murderers. Professor David Wilson, founding director of the Centre for Applied Criminology at Birmingham… Read more

Business-minded teenagers, who have started a company selling handmade wooden crafts, are pining for success in the national Young Enterprise contest. The team from Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls is hoping their venture, Timber, will prove a hit over the… Read more

Year 9 embarked on the much anticipated visit to the Cadbury factory located in Bournville, Birmingham.  This field trip is designed to show pupils how a transnational company (Kraft Foods) operates in today’s global market place.  On arrival the girls… Read more

48 enthusiastic Year 11 Geographers recently visited the Slapton Ley Field Studies Centre in South Devon to study coasts as part of their GCSE course.  The immediate area around the field centre is an excellent location for coastal fieldwork, with… Read more