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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...

Mon 14 Jun

Landor Association Lecture

Anne Whitehouse (KHS 1980-1987) read Natural Sciences at Jesus College, Cambridge . Anne scaled the...

Sat 19 Jun
3:00pm – 4:30pm

1990s Decade Day

Were you at School at any point in the 1990s? (You will be roughly between the ages of 33 and 49 no...

  • 22nd April 2021

    Inspire Art talks - Angela Gordon Webb and Philip Mould OBE

    Next week we have two wonderful Inspire Art talks. 
  • 30th March 2021

    Mentoring Scheme

    Connecting our community around the world. With so much uncertainty in the world it has never been more important to support our former pupils and show them that they remain a lifelong part of our King’s High and Warwick School communities. Our new Mentoring scheme has proved v...
  • 30th March 2021

    First Landor Book Club Title

    Thank you to all who have signed up to be part of the Landor Book Club. We have had a terrific response, and will be running several parallel book clubs commencing week beginning 3rd May. Further information for those who have already registered will be sent out shortly. In the meantime, we are d...
  • 23rd March 2021

    Landor Association Law Event

    How do you represent a client whom you don’t believe? I like the idea of law but don’t like public speaking; should I reconsider my career choice? These and other questions were answered at a fabulous virtual legal masterclass on Thursday 18th March, when seven female legal experts fr...
  • 4th March 2021

    King's High Drama Masterclass Series​​​​​​​

    What is life as an actor like? Are you interested in finding out more about the acting business? Are you wondering how to prepare for an audition? Do you want to know what audition panels look for in applicants?
  • 17th February 2021

    Learning and Living in Lockdown Report

    Concerned that during lockdown we haven’t been able to hold any events in person, we held several online ‘Living and Learning in Lockdown’ events in February for the Old Girl and Landor community.
  • 16th February 2021

    Keeping in touch during lockdown

    When not in the throes of a global pandemic, some senior pupils have been visiting hospitals and care homes as part of a wellbeing initiative and their Friday afternoon activities. Denied the chance to do this during various lockdowns, some of the girls telephoned our senior Old Girls over...
  • 16th February 2021

    Speakers confirmed - Landor Law Event

    Join us for our virtual Landor Law Careers Evening on Thursday 18 March, 2021, at 7pm. Please click here to join.
  • 4th February 2021

    Announcement from the Principal

    Message from Mr Richard Nicholson, Principal of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation
  • 4th February 2021

    Warwick Schools Support Children’s Mental Health Week ​​​​​​​

    In support of Children’s Mental Health Week, the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation has launched a new service, dedicated to young people’s mental health and wellbeing.  The Foundation, which comprises Warwick School, Warwick Junior School, and King’s High and Warwick...
  • 27th January 2021

    Landor Association Lecture - Felicity Bee

    Our fourth annual Landor Association lecture was delivered online during lockdown, enabling members of the Landor community from far afield to hear our speaker. Although Old Girl Felicity Bee, who delivered our lecture, is not yet a household name, that may be about to change, because she is a membe...
  • 27th January 2021

    'Learning and Living in Lockdown' - 8-13 February

    We are delighted to announce that we are planning a week of events for our Old Girl and Landor Community. We are calling it 'Learning and Living in Lockdown' with King’s High and it will take place from 8 -13 February 2021. You can sign up to these events by clicking on their resp...
  • 9th December 2020

    A Landor initiative: pupils check in with Old Girls during recent lockdown

    Pupils at King’s High school have so missed their visits to patients in Warwick Hospital recently, volunteering with the local healthcare charity, Kissing It Better, so instead they have been reaching out to their wider school community. The Landor Association team organised a telephone rota d...
  • 23rd November 2020

    New Head of King's High School

    The opportunity to lead King’s High School, one of the most outstanding schools in the country, attracted an exceptional field of educationalists.
  • 5th November 2020

    Introducing our Landor Association President and Fellows

    We are delighted to announce the names of our inaugural President and Fellows of the Landor Association. These positions were nominated and supported by the Landor Committee and it is our intention to grow the list of fellows every year, with the President being an annual position. The honorific...
  • 17th September 2020

    The Landor Community is very proud of its Old Girls working in the healthcare professions.

    These are some of the stories we have received from Old Girls who are working in the health care profession during the current pandemic. Please do send in your stories to us at
  • 18th August 2020

    Miss Leahy Announcement

    We are very sorry to report that Miss Maureen Leahy, Headmistress of King’s High 1970-1987, passed away peacefully on Friday 7th August at the age of 90, after a short spell in hospital.
  • 7th August 2020

    Introducing 'The Ilex'

    Welcome to the first edition of The Landor Association's new annual publication, The Ilex.
  • 29th April 2020

    141st birthday message

    A message to the School community from the Head Master, Mr Nicholson, on the occasion of King's High's 141st birthday - 29th April 2020.
  • 28th April 2020

    Booklet of Good Wishes

    Since Summer Term began the girls from Years 7 to 13 have been creating a booklet of good wishes for our alumnae and friends working on the frontline of the Covid-19 pandemic in the NHS and healthcare professions. 


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 ...