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May 2015

27 May

Confirmation

Lower School

The 17th May was an important day in the life of the school but particularly for 31 boys who received the...

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27 May

Real Tennis World Champions Exhibition Match

Real Tennis World Champions Exhibition Match On Friday 22nd May, The Oratory Real Tennis Club welcomed Rob Fahey (men’s world champion)...

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27 May

Artist’s work selected for London Exhibition

Work by Joseph Ryan has been selected from 1,000 entries to appear alongside paintings by some of Britain’s leading figurative artists....

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26 May

CCF Biennial Dinner

Sixth Form

On Wednesday 20th May the CCF Biennial Dinner was held in style in the Black Room at The Oratory School. One...

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25 May

OSBC compete at the National Schools Regatta

Lower School, Middle School, Sixth Form

The boat club competed at the National Schools Regatta over the last 3 days with several excellent performances. The U14s raced...

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22 May

Cricket v Emeriti

The 1st XI played the Emeriti, an XI formed from ex Public schoolboys. Winning the toss the XI reached 178 before...

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21 May

OSBC prepare for National Schools Regatta

Lower School, Middle School, Sixth Form

The school crews have been completing the final training before they travel to Nottingham. This morning the 1st VIII were out...

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19 May

St. Philip House boarders enjoy a cookery course

Lower School

The St. Philip House boarders took part in a week-end cookery course. The boys made cup cakes and cookies and particularly...

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19 May

National Art Awards

The Art & Design Department under the leadership of Paul Tomlinson and his team have yet again been awarded national recognition by...

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18 May

WWI Poppy Donated to the School

Contingent Commander Marland Green MBE was delighted to present to the School a ceramic poppy that he purchased in London from the...

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