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Introducing The Landor Association

The Landor Association seeks to enhance the work of our current Parents' Associations and the Old Girls' Association (OGA) of King's High, providing opportunities for former parents, staff and Governors and our many friends in the wider community, to be more actively involved in the life of King's High School and Warwick Preparatory School.  The Landor Associ...

Thu 28 Feb
All Day

Charities’ Afternoon Tea

Sat 09 Mar

OGA Annual Lunch and AGM with Guest Speaker – Catherine Bott

This is the last chance you have to attend an OGA Lunch and AGM on the Smith Street site before the...

Tue 19 Mar
6:30pm – 8:30pm

London Old Girls’ Drinks Reception – The Lansdowne Club

This special Birthday London Drinks Reception will be held on Tuesday 19 March at the Lansdowne Clu...

Thu 25 Apr
6:30pm – 9:00pm

Landor Association Networking Evening - Medicine and Allied careers

After the successful first networking event we switch our focus to medicine and the allied careers...

Fri 03 May
All Day

Founders and Benefactors Service

St Mary’s, Warwick A celebration of our school communities and their benefactors.

  • Richard Nicholson - Head Master

    This is now my fourth year as Head Master at King’s High, and this sees the last year at the Smith Street site before we embark on a new phase of our history by moving to the Myton Road Campus. This will provide our girls with a stunning group of bespoke buildings, including a magnificent main...
  • Hellen Dodsworth - Head Mistress

    The success of our school is firmly built around the pursuit of excellence in all we do. Our pupils follow a broad, varied and challenging curriculum taught by a multi-talented and exceptionally committed staff. We are very proud of and keen to uphold our tremendous academic reputation both locally...
  • Benefactor

    Jean Constantine

    Jean Webb started at the King’s High Kindergarten, a forerunner of the Prep School, just before her fifth birthday in 1933. This began an association with the Foundation Schools lasting over eighty years. She would serve the schools in no fewer than seven capacities. The lady who became kno...


The Landor Association is named after the poet, Walter Savage Landor. Born January 30, 1775  - in Warwick,  behind what is now the familiar blue door of King’s High School,  Walter Savage Landor was the most celebrated poet of his time. Although the family did not own the ...