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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
It is with great sadness that we report the death of James Livingstone (E 92) who passed away on 8 October 2014 at the age of 35. His sister, Angela (Alb & E 94), attended Haileybury in the Sixth Form.
The funeral will be held at 2pm on Friday, 31st October at: North Chapel, West Hertfordshire Crematorium, High Elms Lane, Watford, WD25 0JS which is located off the A405 north of Watford, close to Junction 21A of the M25 or Junction 6 of the M1Read More
Further to our invitation to all OHs to sign up for our eMentoring capability we are supporting its successful launch at the Careers Fair in March by recruiting more OH mentors to enable the Society and the School to assist the career development of its young alumni.
To date over 100 UVI students have already registered their interest in being helped by an OH mentor, whilst more than 40 OHs have volunteered as mentors. This is a fantastic start! Thank you to all those who have signed upRead More
We are delighted to report that Tom Billings (BF 04) won the US Amateur Rackets Singles on 23 March 2014 in Detroit. Congratulations to Tom on earning his first senior title.Read More
We are deeply saddened to announce that Andrew Hambling, former Second Master and Honorary Archivist, died peacefully on Saturday 16th August. A Service of Thanksgiving will be held in Haileybury Chapel on Thursday, 28 August at 2.30 p.m. followed by refreshments in the Attlee Room from 3.30pm onwards.
If you would like to join the choir there will be a rehearsal at 1p.m. on Thursday in Chapel. The pieces being sung are:
Lead me, Lord - Wesley
How lovely are thy dwellingsRead More