1st XV rugby match against Pangbourne College will be held at Henley Rugby Club on Wednesday 16th October.
Yesterday marked the canonisation of the founder of the school – Saint John Henry Newman. Here we think about his own perception of his life.
Pupils were inspired by Dr Matt McFrederick’s seminar last night on Beckett and ‘Waiting for Godot’.
"My journey with Blessed John Henry Newman began before I even knew him..." by Fr David Elliott.
Newman had a deep affection for friendship, and for his friends, of whom he had many.
"Today is the feast day of St Francis and it is worth reflecting a little on what relevance he has for us..."
Young designers set off to explore the UCAS ‘Create your future’ Exhibition at the Excel Centre in London.
On Monday 30th September, 6th Form historians travelled to London to visit the Houses of Parliament.
Highlights from The Oratory School Society Annual Dinner and our female Old Oratorians reunion lunch.
Community Service is a crucial activity where our pupils quickly learn the value of volunteering...
This year, pupils at The Oratory had the opportunity to learn a range of different languages...
The basic point I want to make is that how we should be treated isn’t necessarily the same as how we deserve to be treated.
L6th Business & Economics A level pupils enjoyed a fascinating visit to the BMW Mini Plant in Oxford.
The Oratory School will become a coeducational school from September 2020.
On Wednesday 18th September, The Oratory hosted it’s annual U10 Rugby Festival.
Old Oratorians lunch before the opening home game of the 1st XV Rugby Season.
On Sunday 15 September we welcomed back twenty former Oratory School Captains.
Read Head Master Joe Smith's article published in the Henley Standard on Friday September 6, 2019.
The Oratory School is celebrating successes in GCSE results: a record 8% Grade 9s.
The majority of Oratory pupils have again gained entry to their first choice universities.