The Old Clayesmorian Society Dinner
There was a healthy turn out for our dinner, held at the School, where OCs young, old and in between tucked into a super meal and rather a lot of wine...
OCs showing their support for the School!
Work on the School’s Lake Project began last year with the construction of a pontoon near the north west edge of the water. It is part of a wide...
First Class Honours for Daria
Daria Ermolenko (Wolverton, 2016) read English Literature with Psychology at the University of Buckingham, while also holding the post of Vice Preside...
Saying it with flowers
Last week, we were delighted to welcome back OC Esme Donahoo (King’s, 2007), who came to give a talk to Year 12 BTEC Enterprise and Entrepreneur...
End of term for the OC Society
Dear OCs

Please note that the Alumni Office is now closed until Thursday 2 January 2020 so do bear this in mind if you are ordering anything fr...
“Scads” raise funds for OC awards
Former and much-loved art master and Chaplain of Clayesmore, the Rev Norris Scadding, who was on the staff from 1940 until 1962, is still helping its ...
A triumph for Eleanor
We recently heard that Eleanor James (Wolverton, 2016) graduated from the University of St Mark & St John (Marjon), Plymouth, with a First Class B...
V&A appoint OC to lead the way east…
More news about that Old Clayesmorian marvel of art, culture, history and more, Gus Casely-Hayford (1980). He has just been appointed the inaugural director of V&A East...
Gary’s win gives Wolverton some sugary treats
Free delivery at Daisy Delbridge
A lovely flower shop, owned by Old Clayesmorian, Esme Donohoo (née West, King’s, 2008), is offering free delivery to Clayesmore Society m...
Pythouse comes on board!
One of our favourite local places has joined our Clayesmore Society Business Partners Scheme. Yes, the team at Pythouse Kitchen Garden...
Is Clayesmore’s most famous artist making a comeback?
Robyn Denny (OC, 1948), having been the boy wonder of the 1960s and 1970s but somewhat in the shadows in recent decades, has had three commercial exhi...
Golf Day proves a great Remedy against autumn chills
The Clayesmore Society/Old Clayesmorian Society Golf Day was held yesterday and, as always, it proved a hugely enjoyable event.

For the third y...
Mayfair drinks at Killik & Co
Last week, we held our first London drinks party since 2016 and it really went with a swing.

As before, we were fortunate enough to use the be...
OCs hit St James' Palace for D of E Gold
Last week, a group of Old Clayesmorians attended their Gold Duke of Edinburgh presentations at St James's Palace: Georgia Darke (Wolverton, 2019),...
Stuart comes down south
Last week, we were visited by OC, Stuart Patterson (Gate, 2007) who swapped Clayesmore for a life outdoors, first as a thatcher and now as a forester ...
OC student’s research project becomes a reality
Rob Harris (Gate, 2014), as part of his FdSc in Agriculture at Harper Adams, has taken on work at Beeswax Dyson Farming, Sir James Dyson’s subst...
Head Boy heads for footballing glory
Former Head Boy, Will Betts (Gate, 2019), before taking up his place at Cardiff next Autumn to read History and Economics, has just signed a contract ...
Winning OCs and a sunny summer party
Last Saturday, the Old Clayesmorian football team took on the School’s finest in a bid to win the much-coveted Drummond Cup and, in perfect cond...
Discovering science at Cranfield
Back in April, OC Philippe Bridgeman (Gate, 1995), returned to Iwerne to take part in Back to the Future Day and talk about careers in Science and Eng...
Jack overcomes the odds
Back in 2014, Jack Davies (Devine, 2015) was diagnosed with leukaemia. Earlier this month, he became an officer in the Royal Navy and will be starting...
OCs take up the Paris challenge
Two former pupils of Clayesmore Prep School have featured in today's news after following in the footsteps of their grandfather.
Simon and Dani...
Cormorants Cricket Week
It seems an age ago already (and apologies for the delay) but after a super week of cricket in unrelenting sunshine, there are, at last, a handful of ...
More than a sporting chance
Studying at Bath University is not just about academic challenges for OC, Maya Meredith, (Wolverton, 2018), as she continues to pursue sporting excell...
Didn’t we have a ball?
In an extraordinary turn of events, it actually stopped raining last Friday afternoon, just in time for a helicopter to land on the north lawn which t...
A long-lasting, leisurely lunch
Last week, our annual City Lunch took place at the fabulous Soho haunt, Andrew Edmunds, where, secure in the womb-like bowels of the building, we proc...
Remember…
We are very proud to announce that an OC, James Gill (2003), had his poem 'Remember' read aloud in the D-Day Commemorations in France last wee...
Behind the scenes at the Museum
Eminent Old Clayesmorian, Gus Casely-Hayford (1980), popped up on Radio 4’s “Stage Door”...
Brian on the Beeb
We've had a proliferation of Old Clayesmorians featuring on the BBC lately and arguably our most famous son, Brian Epstein (1948 - 1950), formerly...
A good Clayesmore cause
Last Sunday, we held our 2019 Charity Walk in aid of Out of Afrika and welcomed a very impressive numbe...
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