A History of Charterhouse in 100 objects
Welcome to the Charterhouse website: I hope that you find it informative. A Charterhouse education is busy, purposeful and ambitious but – and I hope that you will see this too – it is also great fun.
A History of Charterhouse in 100 Objects
“Have you got your waterproofs?” “Yes, sir.” “Good, you never know…. the weather can change very quickly in these parts.”
New CCF cadets visited the Navy’s fire and damage repair training centre to learn about and operate fire fighting equipment, and to experience the sinking ship simulator.
After intensive training and practice, the cadets set off for their jump. In the plane, they were joined by the Red Devils!
A report on the first year of the society, their training, the skills they have developed and the plans for the future, by pupil Lydia Fernandez.
Pupils enjoy a day's racing in the Solent on board the Royal Yacht Squadron's fleet of J70 sailboats
Charterhouse golfers completed the 72-holes-in-one-day challenge at Goodwood in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support
A family dynasty living and working at the School
Our athletes won a gold, three silvers and three bronze medals