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The sun shone for the Haberdashers' Inter-Schools' Athletics Event on Wednesday 15 June, with the mercury reaching 24 C. The 10 schools involved excelled themseves in a total of 49 track and field events.

Hurdles

Past Master Richard Glover, Chairman of the Education Committee, presents the winner of the under-14 boys' team with the trophy

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Continuing with our series of promising alumni from across the Haberdasher family of schools.

Ones to Watch

Jonty Lefroy Watt Haberdashers' Adams

Jonty is a gifted musician whose love and talent of music was enjoyed by everyone during his years at Haberdashers’ Adams, particularly in House Music competitions. After completing his A-levels in 2018, Jonty studied music at Oxford and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in composition at the Royal Academy of Music in... Read More


Continuing with our series of promising alumni from across the Haberdasher family of schools.

Ones to Watch Amelia Rock Haberdashers' Abraham Darby

Amelia was head girl in 2020-2021 and is now studying Experimental Psychology at Oxford after gaining straight A*s in A level Maths, Biology and Chemistry. 

Amelia was heavily involved in music throughout her time at Abraham Darby.  She played Euphonium in the Showband and Brass Band and also experienced performing at the Royal... Read More


Continuing with our series of promising alumni from across the Haberdasher family of schools.

Ones to Watch Ruya Pancar Haberdashers' Crayford Academy

Ruya is a Solicitor Apprentice, currently sitting in the Brands team at Mishcon de Reya. “Securing my apprenticeship role has been a great experience and I am learning every day,” she says. “A typical day for me involves dealing with various issues concerning trademarks such as publishing, registering, adding/removing deadlines, sending out and drafting certificates and ensuring... Read More


On the evening of 9 March the Haberdashers' Musician of the Year brought students, staff and Members from across the country together for a highly enjoyable evening of musical entertainment at Haberdashers' Hall. Competition Format

Competitors. Each school was invited to send one competitor from each of their senior schools, making ten competitors in total. Competitors must be individual performers but they may bring an accompanist of their choice.

Judges. Dame Jane Glover DBE, Freeman, acted as Head Judge, along with Alessandro Fisher,... Read More


A former student at Monmouth School for Boys will be coxing the University of Oxford in this year's Boat Race on the River Thames.  Old Monmothian, Jack Tottem (front), with his Oxford rowing crew.

 

Jack Tottem, (pictured, front) is a former Captain of Boats, Deputy Head Boy and 1st VIII cox at Monmouth.

The Old Monmothian, 20, is now studying History at Brasenose College and will be making his debut for the Dark Blue men's VIII against the University of Cambridge on... Read More


Continuing with our series of promising alumni from across the Haberdasher family of schools.

Ones to Watch Elgan Alderman Monmouth School for Boys

Elgan is a sub-editor and writer on the sports desk of The Times, having started as an intern four years ago. He has covered a range of sports, the highlight being his time working in Tokyo this summer at the Paralympics. “On the middle Sunday of the Paralympics, I was up at 7am for the triathlon and finished working on the wheelchair rugby... Read More


Continuing with our series of promising alumni from across the Haberdasher family of schools.

Ones to Watch Tom Cross Haberdashers' Adams

Last year Tom completed a Masters in Aeronautical Engineering at the Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College London under a Haberdashers’ AkzoNobel science scholarship. During his four years in South Kensington, he was editor of the Engineering Students’ Unions magazine ‘Guildsheet’, later serving as Union President as well as the President of the... Read More


Continuing our series focusing on promising young almuni from across the Haberdashers' family of schools:

Ones to Watch Cameron Chastanet-Hird Haberdashers' Knights Academy

Cameron studied for a BSc Sociology and Social Policy at Birmingham University, where she was a Student Ambassador. “I have been fortunate to have had a number of fantastic opportunities that have had a huge impact in my journey so far,” she says. “A particular highlight was taking part in the... Read More


Continuing our series focusing on promising young almuni from across the Haberdashers' family of schools:

Ones to Watch Rachel Tilley Monmouth School for Girls

Rachel is a scientist and engineer at Mars Wrigley, working as a Quality and Food Safety Scientist responsible for seasonal chocolate (Easter and Christmas) production.

“Working in seasonal chocolate is a funny thing as you are always out of sync because we start the Christmas production in the... Read More