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Privacy Notice Updated

As you are no doubt aware, the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018.

Both the OSS and the School have produced Privacy Notices which set out the arrangements which each has for using an individual’s personal data.

The OSS’s Privacy Notice can be found at: http://oldshirburnian.org.uk/welcome-to-the-oss/privacy-policy/

The Schools’ Privacy notice can be […]

Mount Elbus Charity Climb

This July, over a 12 day period, James Ritchie (e 12) will be attempting to summit Mount Elbus, Europe’s highest mountain and one of the Seven Summits.  At 5,642 m (18,510ft) it is the tenth most prominent mountain in the world and is located in the Caucasus Mountains on the Russian/Georgian border.

James is hoping to […]

OS Day, Saturday 12 May 2018

OS Day is one of the highlights of our Events calendar and OS Day 2018 surpassed expectations.  The weather held, dry if not hot and the School looked wonderful as we welcomed back nearly 200 OS, their families and friends.

The day started with the traditional Chapel Service, led by our new Senior Chaplain, the Rev. […]

England Hockey National Finalists

The Mini Colts will be playing in the England Hockey National Finals, the first Sherborne team to do so since 1992, on Monday 23 April at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – E20 3AD.

They would very much welcome your support.  Please click here to see the schedule

 

 

 

 

 

OSS and SOG Property Careers Event

Our second careers event of the academic year was a Property Evening, kindly hosted by James Higham (m 94) at Savills on Monday 26 March.

The evening was aimed at OS and SOGs either considering a career in property or who had recently started in the industry.  A panel of 14 experienced OS, and SOGs were […]

Joint Schools Concert

Alumni and parents from both Sherborne School and Sherborne Girls enjoyed a Joint Concert held in the magnificent St George’s Church, Hanover Square on Thursday15 March .  The evening was opened by the Girls School Madrigal Society, who thrilled the audience with the beauty of their voices.  The tempo changed completely for the second half […]

Service of Thanksgiving for the Life of Charles Eglington (1938 – 2018)

Service of Thanksgiving for the Life of Charles Eglington (1938 – 2018)

Sherborne Abbey

Monday 9 July 2018

11.30am

 

There will be a Service of Thanksgiving for Charles’ life in Sherborne Abbey at 11.30 am on Monday 9 July.

All are most welcome to come to remember Charles […]

A Testament of Truth: Charles Hudson and Vera Brittain

Charles Hudson (The Green, 1905-1910) was Sherborne’s highest decorated soldier of WW1. His actions as a platoon commander at the Battle of the Somme in 1916 had resulted in him being awarded a Military Cross and a French Croix de Guerre. In 1917, he again distinguished himself at both Messines […]

Sherborne Business Breakfast

The first of this year’s Business Breakfasts was held at Stephenson Harwood LLP, courtesy of current parent Lisa Marks.

Over 70 OS and parents were privileged to hear Alistair Harris (h 92) OBE, CEO of ARK and The Stabilisation Network talk about his insights […]

Two schools, one town. Separate yet together.

Two of the country’s leading single-sex full-boarding schools, Sherborne School and Sherborne Girls, have announced their decision to build on their long-standing relationship which comes from their unique co-location in the historic Dorset town, with the launch of their ‘separate yet together’ initiative.

The two schools have aligned their branding and some […]