Robert is an Ancient and Modern Historian in Year 13. He is primarily interested in ancient, classical and political history, as well as modern international relations. Outside of academics, Robert is a committed fencer, and is a senior technician in the Farrer Theatre.
John is a Modern Historian in Year 13, who is particularly interested in economic history and the decline of empires in the late 20th century. When he is not reading, John is an avid debater and keen musician.
Henry is a Modern Historian in Year 13, who is especially interested in social and political history, as well as the establishment of authoritarian regimes. In addition to his historical studies, Henry is an active sportsman, playing cricket, rugby, fives and rackets for the school.
Ludo is a Modern Historian in Year 13, who has an eclectic range of historical interests, but is most intrigued by the British Monarchy and the Second World War. Sport is another of Ludo’s hobbies, and he is a keen golfer, football player, tennis player and a big Chelsea fan.
Alasdair is a Modern Historian in Year 13, who is primarily interested in geopolitics and military history, especially the Napoleonic Wars. Alasdair is also a senior member of the CCF and plays the bagpipes.
Henry is a Modern Historian in Year 13. He is mainly interested in recent American history, political history and the Interbellum Period. In addition to this, Henry is also a strong supporter of animal rights, owning six rescue battery chickens.
Oliver is a Classicist in Year 13. He is especially interested in Ancient History and Literature. Other than this, Oliver is a devoted athlete, rugby player and ardent musician.
Bertie is a Modern Historian in Year 13 and has a particular interest in Napoleonic Europe, Imperialism and 20th Century International Diplomacy. He also studies Classics and (reluctantly) Maths. Outside the classroom, Bertie edits The Chronicle and is an enthusiastic cricket player.