Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools
Students at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools will be taking part in the world’s greatest unrehearsed civic procession in London.
Dancers and musicians from Monmouth School for Girls will be part of the vibrant and colourful street parade in The Lord Mayor’s Show, on Saturday 9th November.
And pupils in Monmouth School for Boys’ jazz orchestra (MOJO) will be delivering a 30-minute set in Paternoster Square from 1.50pm.
About our schools
Refined over 400 years in the heart of the naturally inspirational Wye Valley, the Monmouth Model educates girls and boys aged 3 to 18 through a unique combination of single-sex and co-educational environments at the optimum stages of their academic and personal development.
Parents seek the best all-round education for their children; they want to feel confident that their sons and daughters are developing to the full their academic talent, self-confidence and social awareness.
At Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools, pupils embark on an educational journey within a distinctive community. Community is a core value of the schools; our Christian founder, William Jones, is the definitive example of the difference one person can make in the wider community. Our pupils are inspired to grow into well rounded, refreshingly grounded but also unbounded young men and women, who excel in their chosen paths and who aspire to make a positive difference to society. Boarding and day pupils thrive
and discover their particular strengths through an impressive selection of academic subjects, outstanding facilities and a vibrant calendar of trips, expeditions, events and shared community projects.
Within our unique single-sex and co-educational framework, pupils benefit from the right environment at the right stage, beginning with a vibrant coeducational nursery and pre-prep that sets the foundation. From age 7 to 16, as pupils mature, their learning is focused within a single-sex setting. We believe that, at this stage, boys and girls are each inspired and motivated in specific ways; at Monmouth the distracting pressures of adolescence are absent from their academic lives, while they retain the valuable benefits of joint social and co-curricular activities. As pupils progress into the Sixth Form, co-educational teaching and extensive joint social and co-curricular activities ensure a successful transition from school to university life.
Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools recognise talent and nurture excellence, providing the best possible springboard for a pupil’s future. Parents can feel confident as their children join a legacy of excellence in education that is renowned both nationally and internationally.