REMEMBRANCE DISPATCH NO. 35 COMMEMORATES CAPTAIN CHARLES OWEN SPENCER SMITH (HOSTEL 1893-1898) WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION ON 3RD AUGUST 1917.
Charles Owen Spencer Smith, born in 1880 in Norwich, was the oldest of the six children (four boys and two girls) of Charles, the secretary receiver of five endowed schools, and Charlotte Owen Spencer Smith. He joined the Hostel in 1893 and stayed at Christ College until 1898. Two of his brothers were also ‘Hostelites’: Philip (1896-1901) and Martin (1904-1909).
Our Boarding Houses really got stuck into the #CaptainTom100 challenge last Friday. Captain Tom 100 celebrates the amazing achievements of Captain Tom Moore ,who raised an incredible £38.9 million for the NHS Covid-19 appeal. Launched to coincide with what would have been his 101st Birthday,…Read on
St Nicholas House pupils and Years 7/8/9 ‘bubbles’ enjoyed fun packed activity camps over the Easter holidays. There was Stand Up Paddle Boarding and canoeing taking place on the nearby Brecon canal, tennis on our outdoor courts, indoor cricket, hockey on the all weather pitch…Read on
There was plenty of talent on display at today’s Eisteddfod. The event opened with ‘Hen Wlad fy Nhadau’ where all pupils stood and listened intently. The recitation team winners each performed their English and Welsh pieces whilst musicians Helisent, Shan Shan ,Izzy and Freya all…Read on
Christ College Music Department are proud to present a collection of performances and recollections from an illustrious group of Old Breconians for whom music has played a significant part in their lives. Many have gone on to have careers in the music industry as performers,…Read on
We were delighted to have William Osbourne, a professional animator, running a digital workshop with our Year 9 this week. The pupils got an insight into stop motion techniques as well as an opportunity to see some of William’s work . They were also able…Read on