Let Us Know Where You Are !
Are you looking to catch up with a former classmate or someone you played cricket or rugby with years ago? Although the old school rolls are generally not available (many are believed to be lost), the Old Elysian’s Club has access to a number of records relating to former pupils of the school. Whilst our records are far from comprehensive we may well be able to trace information relating to a particular former students which we would be able to share. We do our best to keep our own information as accurate as possible.
Even if you don't wish to join the Old Elysians’ Club we would very much like to keep in touch with you and also put old friends in contact with you if they ask us and you give your consent.
Member or not you can provide or update your contact details (especially phone number and email address) by using the Contact Us section of the website. Alternatively you can email the Old Elysians’ Club with any queries or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org: we'd love to hear from you.
In particular, if you have any photos from your time at the school we'd love to see them. You can either scan them and send them as an email attachment or you can contact us by email with your contact details if you would like assistance with scanning: we can then return the picture to you.
This is also where we will put any comments from the 'Contact Us' section.
Jim Corbett (65-72)
From Jim Parris
Hi, As an Old Elysian I was sad to hear the news about Tom Bryant today. Being at the school 1951/58 I knew Tom quite well as a senior pupil of the same house. What a great representative of a great school. He will be sorely missed by us all.
I was present at the Centenary Servuce in 1963. Can you confirm where this was held my old brain suggest St Pauls. Am I correct?
Yes and no Paul. The Centenary service was in 1962 but you are right about the location - St Pauls Cathedral