Welcome

The Old Bournemouthians’ Association exists to enable past pupils of Bournemouth School to keep in touch with one another and with the current developments within the school. We currently boast over 440 members.

We offer a way of staying in touch with other Old Boys, including the popular Annual Dinner. If you are not a member, why not join?

7 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. mark Emson taught mathematics at BS 1996-1988 . Took part in a couple of plays . Jack the Ripper ( me!) and Ovation ! Based on west end plays st the time . Taught Christian Bske in my second year as he then took half a year off to make Empire of the Sun with Stephen Spielberg. Great school- fond memories . Retired 3 years ago from Dulwich College London where I taught for 29 years .

  2. I am not sure how to contact the Old Boy’s Association but there is some sad news. Peter Harvey, the ex-head of geography passed away last Friday. He was 93 and was still active – playing golf on his own mini-golf course a few times a week. He was a very fine classroom teacher, building the Geography department up to one of the largest departments in the school. He ran the first eleven football team for a number of years, again with a great deal of success .In retirement he gained two degrees and helped with Citizen’s Advice. I am sure that many former students will remember him with affection.

  3. I have just had the sad news that Ken Maxted has passed away. Ken taught for many years at the school and was an Assistant Head, Master i/c the Sixth Form, Head of Romsey House and a member of the Geography Department.
    He was a founder member of ther staff cricket team and he played for them with distinction for many years. Ken also organised the staff five-a-side for a time. He was a thorough teacher of geography and helped to build the subject into one of the most heavily subscribed in the school at one time. As an Old Boy of Taunton’s School, Ken must have had divided loyalties when the two schools met of the sports field but Bournemouth School usually won out in his affections. He will be sorely missed by his collewagues at thge monthly ‘Chips’ gatherings.

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