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  • AGM 2018

    The Old Buckwellians Association AGM will be held at GGSK Roding Lane on Thursday 17th May.  Meeting starts at 7.30pm and the school will be open for nostalgic visits to your old haunts from 6pm.  If you have any agenda items for the AGM these need to be sent to

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  • My Dad's a Policeman

    My Dad’s a Policeman by Robert Druce (BHCHS 1940-47) This superbly written autobiography chronicles the childhood and teenage years growing up in Loughton before and during the War. The author was one of the ablest,

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  • Join our Facebook Group

    Our Facebook page is a great way to share news and nostalgia. We now have more than nearly 500 members of the group and it would be great to push this to over 1,000.  If you have never tried Facebook you may get a pleasant surprise. Click

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  • AGM 2016

    Our AGM was held on Thursday 12th May 2016 at GGSK, Roding Lane. The draft minutes of the meeting can be viewed HERE.

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  • John Whaler

    Tributes began pouring in after the news that John Whaler, the last Headmaster of BHCHS, died on 1st February at the age of 84. One of the most skilled and respected teachers, he was a man who demonstrated a perfect command of his profession during his thirty-year career at our school. Jo

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  • Sixth Formers 1980-90

    The Loughton CHS web master has launched a page on their site with photos from the final decade when their sixth form was combined with ours. Can you help with the identification?  Skip over to their website by clicking the image below.....

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  • Sixth Formers 1980-90

    The Loughton CHS web master has launched a page on their site with photos from the final decade when their sixth form was combined with ours. Can you help with the identification?  Skip over to their website by clicking the image below.....

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  • Ray Caswell

    I was sorry to learn of the death of Ray Caswell (BHCHS 1946-52) on 6th June 2014. He was an active supporter of our network and will be missed by his many friends from the 1946 year group. I hope to publish an obituary in the next edition of Old Buckwellians News.

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