Lots of laughter, shared memories and lively conversation at drinks for OLs at The Antelope Pub, Belgravia in November 2019. Legendary teachers Mark Simmons and John Allinson were able to … Read More +
This classic Leighton Park event grows ever stronger. The eagerly anticipated annual JBH competition was another wonderful evening. OLs Dame Alice Hudson (and former JBH winner), Michael Binyon and the … Read More +
Reunions are always the highlight of the Alumni Office calendar, and record numbers arrived for the “8’s” Reunion. On Saturday 12th May, we welcomed 92 Old Leightonians back to Leighton Park … Read More +
‘Hello Young Man’ was the greeting when Lyn Wilson (S 1950) met George Bateson (R 1950). They hadn’t seen each other since 1950. 15 Old Leightonians attended the afternoon in a heatwave. Two thirds of … Read More +
This has been the start of an academic year like no other. In recent months, finding opportunities for young people to express, debate, relax and lead safely in groups has been a national challenge. Now, perhaps more than ever, we are looking forward to reopening our co-curricular and prep club provision, from Monday 28th September, to support students' wider education through hobbies and community activities.
10 hours ago This morning, Year 8 focused on our Quaker value of peace in PSHE. After learning of Sadako Sasaki's moving story; a victim of the Hiroshima bomb attack, who found peace through the act of creating paper cranes, students took to creating their own origami birds. @quakereducationhttps://t.co/SAqngq3mGJ