26 January 2015
All are welcome to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day by attending our music and poetry concert, Music for Memory, on Tuesday 27 January, at 1.25 pm in Bradby Hall, Haileybury.
25 January 2015
These courses are held at either UCL or Imperial College, London and are suitable for anyone considering careers in either Law or Medicine. There is a charge for the day so please keep that in mind. Go to www.premed.org.uk for further information.
14 January 2015
Join us for a magnificent performance of JS Bach's famous organ work Toccata and Fugue in D Minor. This will be played by Haileybury's College organist James Gough, in the Chapel, Haileybury on Friday 16 January at 7.30pm. This concert is part of James' monumental project to perform the entire organ output of JS Bach - in the region of 270 pieces, throughout the course of the academic year. James will play each piece on the College's wonderful Klais organ. All welcome to this free concert. No ticket required.
9 January 2015
This Sunday's preacher is the Reverend Stephen Golding, the Senior Chaplain of Christ's Hospital School. This is a service for boarders and resident staff, and parents are particularly
5 January 2015
Join us for the 21st Attlee Memorial Lecture given by Haileybury alumnus, General Sir Rupert Smith. General Sir Rupert will talk of leadership and the importance of the morale of the "unknown but essential man". General Sir Rupert is an acknowledged expert and author on the nature of modern warfare and security. He commanded British land forces during the first Gulf War and in Northern Ireland, UN forces in the conflict in Bosnia and was Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe NATO forces during the Kosovo operation.
5 January 2015
Join us for this free recital, as James Gough, Haileybury's own College Organist, continues his monumental project to perform the entire organ output of JS Bach, throughout the course of the academic year. This is the seventh in the series and will take place in the Chapel, Haileybury on Friday 16 January at 7.30PM.
2 January 2015
Clement Attlee, is regarded by many as the finest peace-time Prime Minister of the 20th century and is possibly Haileybury's most famous alumnus. Join us for Michael Jago's insightful examination of Attlee's character and career. All welcome to this free lecture in the Attlee Room, Haileybury on Tuesday 6 January at 7.30pm.