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November 2018

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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15 Oct

Joint Big Band Concert at Queen Anne’s School

Now an annual fixture in our calendar, we were delighted to join the Music Departments of The Oratory and Queen Anne’s,...

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10 Oct

Blessed John Henry Newman’s Feast Day

9 October was kept in some style.As one of the great feast days for the whole Oratorian world as well as...

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9 Oct

Head Master’s Blog – Why do we play team sports?

Lower School, Middle School, Sixth Form

A theme has been buzzing round my head for the last couple of weeks, but this weekend just cemented it as...

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8 Oct

Oratory Boys had dinner at St Mary’s School Ascot

The 6th Form boys were invited to enjoy dinner and entertainment with the 6th form girls at St Mary’s School Ascot....

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5 Oct

Fifth Form went to Wimbledon Theatre

On the morning of Thursday 4th October, the entire Fifth Form embarked on a coach to Wimbledon to see a live...

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3 Oct

What does “Heart Speaks to Heart” mean?

COR AD COR LOQUITUR “Heart Speaks to Heart” in Blessed John Henry Newman’s words   When John Henry Newman was made...

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2 Oct

A-Level Geography Fieldwork

Lower School, Middle School, Sixth Form

The A-Level Geographers spent a couple of days on the Gower coast exploring the fabulous beaches, cliffs, headlands and bays that...

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