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The Haileybury Society exists to assist and promote educational objects in connection with Haileybury and to form a strong bond of union between the School and its former pupils. Integral to the achievement of this aim is the promotion and maintenance of contact between former pupils, and between them and the School. If you are keen to be involved in the Haileybury Society please contact us on email@example.com or 01992 706348.
It goes without saying that Old Haileyburians are always more than welcome to visit the School - it is after all your school. The Society is always keen to welcome our members so if you intend to visit Haileybury in the future please contact Liz Drew, giving her notice of your arrival so we can organise someone to show you around the School and talk about the many exciting developments. This also enables us to comply with important new guidelines around safety at the school which Haileybury takes very seriously
The life stories of a dwindling community of Church of England nuns dedicated to nursing and midwifery, woven however skilfully into a narrative, dubbed a ‘Memoir’ by her publishers, may seem less than promising material. Not so in the hands of Helen Batten (Aby & M 86-88).Read More
In the preparation of this lively fictional account of the vocation and creation of a member of the Community of St John the Divine, Sister Catherine Mary, Helen Batten visited and stayed at their convent in Birmingham eight times
We are delighted to announce that we are launching an exciting e-mentoring scheme at the Careers Fair on 24th March 2014, pioneered by OH Dan Watts (B94), the founder and Managing Director of Aluminati. Further details to follow. If you would be interested in being an OH mentor please let us know by filling in our interest form.Read More
The Haileybury community was saddened by the news of the death before Christmas of Mr Kevin Loughton, a member of the Religious Studies Department.
A Memorial Service, to give thanks for his life, will take place at 11.30 am on Saturday 15 March in Haileybury Chapel.
Kevin Loughton was very much appreciated as a Tutor in Edmonstone, and as a teacher of Middles and Sixth Form pupils, and many of his former pupils intend to return for this service
We regret to announce that Carrie Cox passed away on Saturday, 8 February. She was not a member of staff but volunteered at Haileybury for 30 years as a makeup artist for school productions and also accompanied the Gilbert and Sullivan tours to Denmark and Sweden in the 60s. She was also a member of the Haileybury Entertainments Committee for 20 years. Funeral Service at Holy Trinity Church, Hertford Heath on Friday, 28 February at 3.15pm, followed by private cremation. All welcome to a Reception at The Silver Fox, Hertford Heath