The Scriblerus newsletter is published on a regular basis and includes a full round-up of Radnor House news, events and announcements.

The Scriblerus Club was formed in 1712 by Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, John Gay, Thomas Parnell and John Arbuthnot. It was a literary group who were known for their satirical outlook on the current trends in culture and scholarship.

The Houses at our school are named after Pope, Swift and Parnell, along with Voltaire. These historical figures had a collaborative, light-hearted relationship, combined with much debate and discussion. This ethos is central to the values of Radnor House.

The latest edition of The Scriblerus can be found here.  Issues from the last year can be found in the downloads box opposite.