Oundle is the place where I founded my deepest rooted friendships and broadened my education in the most beautiful of settings. I am incredibly proud to be an Old Oundelian and know how privileged I am to have had that experience.Maximilian Harris (StA 05)
All past pupils along with long-serving former staff, automatically become members of the OO Club when they leave the school. They are known as an Old Oundelian (OO) and Honorary OO respectively. The OO Club offers advice and networking opportunities plus social, sporting, and cultural opportunities which help you to keep in touch with one another in a distinctively Oundelian way.OO Club
The Funding Futures campaign demonstrates our passionate commitment to widening access to all of the wonderful things that Oundle has to offer, by resourcing bursaries and the School’s partnerships work. Please help us by showing your support for this priority programme.
We regularly communicate with the Oundle community of parents, staff, alumni and our supporters sharing news about the School, details of upcoming events, and interesting stories from our OO community.
Through the Oundle School Foundation, the Society assists the School in its constitutional object of offering an education of the highest possible quality, whilst also seeking to extend the benefits of such an education as widely and generously as we can. Oundle does not have an historic financial endowment, and every facility from which our pupils benefit is the product of the philanthropy of current supporters and previous generations.
Our fundraising campaigns encourage our community to perpetuate and to share the benefits that they have themselves enjoyed; benefits which would otherwise be unattainable to many.
The OO Network is a bespoke online networking platform enabling Old Oundelians to find and connect with fellow members of the OO Community in a trusted environment. The platform provides the opportunity to grow your professional and personal contacts, connect with others in similar regions or industries to develop your career, or seek guidance. There is a dedicated mentoring hub for OOs to indicate whether they are seeking guidance or are able to act as a mentor to others in the OO Community as well as the ability for job opportunities to be posted.
We are always happy to hear from our Oundle community and ready to help you connect with each other in any way we can.
Our small team, headed by the Director of Development Rebecca Baxter is based in the stables courtyard off West Street. We warmly welcome you to visit the Oundle Society offices and home of the OO Club whenever you are in Oundle or contact us using one of the methods below.
Tel: (01832) 277291
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