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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 07 Nov
All Day

Open Morning for existing parents

More details to follow

Thu 07 Nov
4:30pm

INSPIRE LECTURE

Innovation Room, King’s High Our first Inspire Lecture at our new site will be led by Dr Miriam Gi...

Sat 09 Nov
11:00am

Classes of '68 and '69 - Golden Reunion

If you joined King’s High as an Upper Third in 1961 or 1962, did your O levels in 1966 or 1967 and...

Tue 12 Nov
All Day

SENIOR PRODUCTION - Little Shop of Horrors

King's High School and Warwick School are proud to present Little Shop of Horrors, the hilarious sc...

Wed 20 Nov
7:00pm

CHAMBER CONCERT

Join us for an evening concert showcasing the breadth of talent across all instruments and genres i...

  • 24th September 2019

    Golden Reunion - Book Now!

    Classes of '68 and '69 - Golden Reunion - Saturday 9 November - Book Now!
  • 16th July 2019

    Blue plaque unveiled

    On Wednesday 10th July was closed the blue door at King's High for the final time, after 140 years. 
  • 16th July 2019

    Farewell to Smith Street

    The culmination of our 140th birthday and Farewell to Smith Street celebrations took place on Saturday 6th July. We had expected over 600 visitors for a weekend of mixed emotions - farewell and hail! - but eventually received a thousand guests. This was everyone’s final chance to come bac...
  • 31st May 2019

    140th Birthday Carnivale Ball - Tickets now on sale!

    Our 140th Birthday Celebrations culminate with a spectacular Ball on Saturday 30th November 2019!
  • 30th April 2019

    Landor Association Networking

    On Thursday 25 April we welcomed over 60 guests to our second Landor Assocation networking evening. The focus this year was on medicine and allied health professions.
  • 2nd April 2019

    Book now for Double Decade Day 1970's and 1980's

    This not-to-be-missed event will start at 11am on Saturday 11 May and for only £20 you will have: Welcome drinks on arrival; Guided tours of the school including the fabulous newly refurbished Red Corridor and Library/Innovation Centre; A three course lunch with wine.
  • 26th March 2019

    London Old Girls' Drinks Reception

    On Tuesday 19 March we welcomed over 120 Old Girls to the Lansdowne Club in London for a drinks reception. The evening was a wonderful occasion for Old Girls to catch up with friends, contemporaries and staff, some of whom they may not have seen for a long time. Guest age ranged from...
  • 12th February 2019

    King's High 140th Birthday Celebrations

    We are delighted to be celebrating the 140th birthday year of King's High School with an exciting programme of events throughout the year.
  • 12th February 2019

    Landor Association Lecture

    On Wednesday 6 February, Lucy Worsley delivered the second Landor Association Lecture to pupils, parents, staff and friends of King’s High and the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation. Lucy Worsley’s passion is History, her subject was Queen Victoria, and she held her audience utt...
  • 3rd January 2019

    Old Girls' London Drinks Reception

    We are delighted to invite you to this special Birthday London Drinks Reception. It will be held on Tuesday 19 March at the Lansdowne Club, London. The venue stands discreetly at the south-west corner of London's Berkeley Square,  at the heart of London's West End. Join u...
  • 3rd January 2019

    Landor Connect Launches

      On 1st March 2019 we will officially launch Landor Connect, the official networking platform for King's High Alumnae and Landor Association members. It is a platform for advancing your career with professional networking and getting introduced to people yo...

History

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 ...