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November 2018

12 Nov

The Oratory ranked at number 2 in Rugby League

Congratulations to The Oratory School 1st XV who have been ranked at number 2 in the Schools Rugby Performance League. The...

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9 Nov

Requiem for Old Oratorians

Thursday 8th November saw former pupils, staff and friends of the Schools gather at The Little Oratory in Brompton for their...

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9 Nov

The Oratory welcomes Chinese Ministry of Education

We were honoured to welcome 22 delegates from the Chinese Ministry of Education to our school. The Head Master, the two...

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9 Nov

Whole School Act of Remembrance

Our whole school community fell silent this morning to remember those who fought and lost their lives for us.  

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8 Nov

Business Students Visit Mini Plant at Oxford

Our L6 Business and Economics students went to the Mini plant at Oxford this morning. The students had a guided tour...

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8 Nov

GCSE Geographers in Portsmouth

Lower School, Middle School

The GCSE Geographers undertook their Human Geography fieldwork at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth last week. Pupils collected data on economic, social...

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6 Nov

Oratory Boys Raised £1,410 for homeless of Reading

On Saturday 3 November, three Lower Sixth and eleven Upper Sixth boys, accompanied by the Head Master, Deputy Head Pastoral, and...

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1 Nov

Oratory Boys raise money for homelessness charity

On Saturday 3 November, a group of The Oratory boys from the 5th and 6th forms, along with some staff, will...

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October 2018

30 Oct

Oratory Staff Attend a Quiet Day at Douai Abbey

On the first Friday of half term a party of staff from the OS and the OPS attended a Quiet Day...

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17 Oct

6th form historians visit the Houses of Parliament

6th form historians travelled to London to visit the Houses of Parliament as part of their study of Stuart Britain and...

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