A very warm welcome to Amesbury.

We are delighted to announce that depending on Government Guidance, we will be holding Open Days on the 11th, 18th and 25th March.  To register your interest please contact our Head of Marketing & Admissions, Liz Wright, l.wright@amesburyschool.co.uk, 01428 604322.

Alternatively, to visit us virtually please click below.

We look forward to hearing from you and meeting you soon.

Once an Amesburian always an Amesburian.

 

At Amesbury, we value each and every person who is part of or has been part of our community.  At the end of their time at Amesbury, leaving students and their families are invited to join the Old Amesburians’ Society.  The society is a superb way to stay in touch with friends, stay up to date with all the developments at the school and to network with other OAs at our social events.

Each year, we have an OAs reunion event at the school.  It is a family orientated day; enabling past and present families to mix, reconnect, reminisce and enjoy the beautiful setting of the school.  We are also very fortunate that our OAs come and visit us on a regular basis and participate in whole school events such as Speech Day and our termly Prize Givings; speaking to our current students about their lives since leaving Amesbury and how they have achieved their chosen professions.

Moving into 2021, we are hoping to be arrange more social events for our OAs to enable them to meet up with old friends and to benefit from the networking opportunities such events can provide.

 

  • Are you an OA?
  • Would you like to know when the next OA event is due to take place?
  • Would you like to take part in Football, Hockey or Cricket?
  • Do you have any suggestions of events we could organise for OAs?
  • Would you like to play for the OA Cricketers or Rounders team, or just watch and enjoy a really good lunch and tea?

If you have answered yes to any of the questions above please sign in and register with us and we will keep you up to date on events.

Register with OAS

 

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