Old Vaughanians are at the heart of the Vaughan. We are excited about helping you to re-establish connections with the school and with your former classmates. There are many different ways that you can keep in touch and get involved with the school, which you can find below.
Old Vaughanians play a very special part in our community and are an integral part of the history of the Vaughan. Please encourage friends from your time at the school to reconnect and help us to reach out to more Old Vaughanians. We want to hear from you and what you are doing as well as keeping you updated on news and events invitations from the school.
For all enquiries please email the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you or seeing you at a school event soon.
Every month we send out an e-newsletter for all alumni, former parents and Friends of the Vaughan. It covers school and alumni news, as well as information surrounding upcoming events and the latest ways to get involved with the school community. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please email email@example.com
Alumnet - Old Vaughanian Networking Platform
We have a dedicated site for all Old Vaughanians to help connect you with old friends, as well as to find new friends with similar jobs, interests, or who may live near you! It's a great chance for some of the more experience of our community to connect with recent leavers to offer career advice or work experience. You can sign-up to the platform here.
Events & Reunions
You can find out information about upcoming alumni events and reunions here.
We are always looking for more volunteers at the Vaughan, to help with anything from events to speakers. In particular, we are always looking for alumni to become Alumni Reps. Year group representatives can help us reach out to those in their year and help them reconnect with the school; they can also provide assistance planning events such as Old Vaughanian reunions.
Support the Love and Service Fund
The reduction in state funding and cuts to education grants mean that the school now needs more support than ever before in order to remain self-determining and ensure a successful future. We want to continue to provide the same exceptional education we have always offered our pupils, regardless of their background. You can click here for more information on the Love and Service Fund, or click here to make a donation.
If you are interested in featuring or writing a piece in the next magazine, please email the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a digital archive which features a variety of photos and documents from the school's conception in 1914 through to present day. You can access it here.