Initiative against Capital Punishment

Many may be surprised to learn that Amnesty International, a Nobel Peace Prize winning organisation founded in 1961 of over seven million members worldwide (certainly the world’s largest human-rights focused organisation) would be so closely connected to our school. Indeed, with its archaic stone buildings and relatively secluded setting, one may at first believe Charterhouse…

Battles between minds: experiences in elite military operations

On 27th September, Dr. Balasubramanian, Deputy Housemaster in Gownboys and Chairman of Perception Society invited a very special guest to speak to our pupils. We were very lucky to host yet another incredibly insightful speaker, Alasdair Truett MBE. Ex-military officer turned businessman, Mr. Truett brought his wisdom and stress relieving advice to the many Carthusians…

Mystery of the teenage brain

In the first of what will inevitably be one of Perception Society’s finest lecture series in recent years, Prof. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore delivered a fascinating and engaging talk on Monday night to an audience of keen Specialist Carthusians, Beaks and Parents about the changes and struggles faced by the teenage brain. She is Director of the…