Once again the majority of Oratory pupils have again gained entry to their first choice universities following the release of A Level results this morning.
Well done to the Old Oratorians who achieved success in the Public School Veterans match at the 150th Imperial Meeting at Bisley in July.
A large group of Old Oratorians gathered at The Oval to watch the T20 Bash between Surrey and Gloucester, in particular to support Gloucester’s Benny Howell - a former Oratory pupil.
We’re delighted to bring you the latest edition of OS News for Trinity Term 2019.
Our School’s Founder will be canonised a saint on 13 October.
This is the moment in Oratory history for pupils to shape the future. Pioneer girls are rising to the occasion.
Our Whole School Speech Day and Prize Giving took place on Saturday.
A big thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate our 160th year on Saturday 22 June.
Lower 6th pupils received the chance to focus on important UCAS preparations for university.
Olly Purnell's consultancy business, Q5, wins the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade.
England’s Top Sixth Form Subject Performer in A Level Art & Design in 2018 by Oxford Analytics.
The Oratory Schools Association was saddened to hear of the death of Mr Jack Eyston at the end of April.
A group of 20 Old Oratorians visited Twickenham to watch the HSBC World Rugby Sevens.
Congratulations Rufus, Luke, Tok, Ben, Harry, Oliver; Arnauld, Oskar, Harry, Tim, Tony; Ben, Tom, James & Ignacio
3rd & 4th Form Cadets have a day out of school mastering leadership skills and adventure training.
On Sunday fifteen candidates from school received the sacrament, a once-in-a-lifetime moment.
Three Oratory pupils have qualified to represent South Oxfordshire Schools at the County Championships.
On Thursday 16 May the Lower 6th Drama Class went to see Dead Dog in a Suitcase.
Lower 6th pupils travelled to the Birmingham Oratory, where the school was founded in 1859.
The Oratory boarders enjoyed an exciting high octane, Go Kart race day last Sunday.