The Old Boys’ Association was formed in 1951. With the introduction of girls to the school in 2000, the name changed to Southwell School Old Boys’ and Girls’ Association and more recently, Southwell Alumni.
The organisation meets regularly and actively works alongside the Southwell Foundation to support the School’s interests where it can and acts as the link between present and past. The Committee ebbs and flows with available and service minded Old Boys and Girls, elected at the AGM each year.
Students and parents who leave Southwell automatically become members of Southwell’s Alumni Family and the committee arrange a number of events annually to engage and reunite it’s members.
Southwell School are looking to stay more connected with past students. We are updating all the current information we have in the system. Please fill out this google form to help us on our quest.
|David Shearer, Blair Edwards, John Heathcote, Andy Bryant, Amy Pomare
At Southwell we are all action. Our earliest brickmaking began in the 1920’s when boys of the school made the bricks to construct All Hallows Chapel and again in the late 1970’s for it’s extension. Since then, brickmaking has been an important activity by every student.
We invite you to roll up your sleeves and create your strong ties to the School.