We were delighted to host the 'Golden Age of Tennis' competition for a second year.
We held our annual Corpus Christi Mass and procession of the Blessed Sacrament yesterday afternoon.
Sunday 12 June marked the return of Old Oratorian (OO) football at The Oratory School.
Oratory Rowing crews produced many excellent performances at Marlow Town Regatta.
On Thursday 9 June we hosted our annual Carton de Wiart History Competition Winners' Day.
A level Geographers travelled to the South Coast to undertake fieldwork and geographical skills studies.
It has been a busy term for Community Service groups with two new standing arrangements and a one-off musical performance.
Geographers explored how the past is so important in explaining the present.
L6th pupils went to the Peak District for their Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award Practice Expedition.
Oratory Rowing crews raced at the National Schools Regatta on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 May.
The Oratory welcomes Lieutenant General Richard J Cripwell CB CBE, Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey.
This lunch time we celebrated the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a street style barbecue.
Claire maintains the record for the youngest Open singles winner, aged 16.
Zayn Sheikh (OS: 2003-07) discussed his inspiring career and his Forbes “30 Under 30” accomplishment.
1st and 2nd Form saw an inventive and exciting performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Oratory U14 XIs play Cherwell School in the Oxfordshire Schools Cup Final.
The highly anticipated Physics Experience Day for 4th Form went ahead on Tuesday this week.
The Oratory's Conservation Group helped the Canal & River Trust at Fobney Lock, Reading on Thursday.
It was a fantastic return to regatta racing for The Oratory School at the Ball Cup South Regatta.
On Sunday 8 May, we celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation.