Through the support of this community, be that with time, expertise, careers support or financial contribution, we help ensure that Leighton Park School continues to provide an environment where our students can thrive. Your generosity strengthens our commitment to educate and equip young people with the skills necessary to become self-assured, confident and resilient individuals, who in their understanding of the Quaker values and ethos that underpin the school, seek to do good in their chosen career and life aspirations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0118 987 9630.
Keeping Old Leightonians connected to School, and Leighton Park connected to its alumni, keeps the team very busy. The office is open all year round, part time. If you wish to come back and visit, do contact us and we can make arrangements for you to get the most out of your trip back.
In line with changes to the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), Leighton Park will only be able to communicate with Old Leightonians and Friends who have given us permission to be in touch.
Over the years, speaking with members of our school community has allowed us to find and share community news and services, whilst also providing an opportunity to update the contact details we hold for you. A phone call also allows us tell you about upcoming events and the charitable efforts of the school and how you could be involved, without expectation or pressure.
We wouldn’t expect to speak to you more than once a year. Our contact with you will be measured and sensitive but we would value the opportunity to contact you by phone.
By opting in to emails, you’ll receive our full range of communications: e-newsletters, event invitations as well as the annual OL News magazine and occasional fundraising information. Finally, we sometimes ask for feedback so that we can improve the services we provide for you and our students. We might email you, at most, monthly – and remember you can opt out at any time in the future.
If you have not yet declared your communication preferences, or would like to update them, please fill out this short form.
Leighton Park School holds and processes data in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. We will not pass your data to third party organisations except where they are assisting us in the fulfilment of our activities or where we are required to do so by law.
You may opt out of specific or all communications at any time. We are keen to communicate with you in a way that you prefer. Please do update us so that we can carry out your wishes.
Please complete this form to update your details.
Let us know what you are doing now, or have done since leaving Leighton Park so we can share with your peers in a forthcoming OL e-newsletter or magazine.
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