About the Club
The Old King’s Club has been the way for former pupils of King's College School to keep in touch with each other and with their old teachers since 1884. It has often been said that the three pillars of the King's community are the school's staff, its governing body and the Old King's Club. The club is there to promote the “honour and well-being” of its members and of the school. Social activities include dinners and get-togethers in London and further afield. The club runs successful rugby, football, golf, tennis, shooting and other sporting sections. The annual Careers Evening gives members the chance to offer advice to current pupils and to meet old friends. The annual Duel Day dinner provides an entertaining link to the foundation of King's in 1829.
Members are entitled to wear one of the club's ties, its buttons and cufflinks.
The Club is owned by its members and is independent of the School and receives administrative and limited financial support from the school.
Annual membership is free and open to all King's past pupils.
Upcoming Club Events
The King’s College School archivist, Dr Lucy Inglis, will give an introduction to the records under her care. The school and Old King’s Club archive contains a variety of documents, artworks and objects all of which help to shed light on the history of King’s, revealing its rich heritage. From 19th-century admissions registers to current…
This year’s Careers evening for the Lower Sixth Form will be held virtually. If you would like to volunteer to offer professional advice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
AGENDA 1. Minutes of the AGM held on 30th January 2021. 2. To receive a report from the Honorary Secretary of the Old King’s Club. 3. To receive and approve the Club’s accounts to 31st August 2021 – these will be made available via the club’s website. 4. To receive the report of the Benevolent…