June marks Pride Month across the world, and Charterhouse has been doing a number of things to recognise this important EDI celebration, including events to celebrate Diversity Week.
Object 79 in our Charterhouse in 100 Objects series is The Gownboy Arch.
The Gownboy Arch has been included in the Charterhouse in a 100 Objects series because it is of such significance in the history of the School and our move from London to Godalming.
Object 78 in our Charterhouse in 100 Objects series is this very special brick-layer's trowel. On 17 June 1922, the Memorial Chapel foundation stone was laid by the Archbishop of Canterbury, using this ceremonial silver trowel.
We're looking forward to the arrival of all our new pupils in September and are happy to share this Q&A with two new Scholars, Rory and Guy, who will be joining us from St Edmund's in Hindhead.
Object 77 in our Charterhouse in 100 Objects series is an exact replica of the mysterious ‘Disc of Phaistos’, discovered by archaeologists in 1908 at the Minoan palace of Phaistos on the island of Crete.
Object 76 in our Charterhouse in 100 Objects series is the Seal of Sir Walter de Manny, founder of the London Charterhouse Monastery.
The School looked beautiful and it was wonderful to see so many parents, Old Carthusians and the pupils celebrating their time in this magnificent school.
Catch up with the latest news from the Pastoral Care and Pupil Voice team with the May 2022 edition of their newsletter.
Object 75 in the Charterhouse in 100 Objects series is this dish which was presented to Her Majesty The Queen when she visited the School 50 years ago. The dish was made by one of the Charterhouse community – Former Director of Art, Michael ‘Potty’ Woods (BH 1958-1994).
To celebrate The Queen's Platinum Jubilee, we look fondly back on Her Majesty's visits to the School. The first visit took place in 1972 when The Queen unveiled the stone outside Northbrook. The second visit was in 1997 for the official opening of the Queen's Sports Centre.