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.
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.
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 class teacher, but music, physical education and science are taught by specialists.
The school hours are from 8.40am to 4.00pm with lunch eaten between 12noon - 12.30pm. There is after-school club from 4.00pm to 6.00pm.
Monmouth School provides outstanding opportunities for boys who enter the senior school as day pupils or boarders at age 11, 13 or into the VI Form. The School is nationally renowned for its sporting and musical achievements as well as its high academic standards. Integral to the richness of life at the School is its boarding community, with a full programme of after-school and weekend activities. Boys take full advantage of the superb facilities and participate in a large number of extra-curricular activities as well as a range of national and international trips every year.
School hours are 8.35am to 3.55pm. 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.
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 8.40am to 4.00pm 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.