The last year has been one of continued evolution for the Association. In August 2014, we reported the change of our name to Kingham Hillians. Since the beginning of 2012, the school has been referring to its former pupils as 'Kingham Hillians'. This term has been gradually introduced over the last couple of years, and with alumni relations now being overseen by the School, the KH Committee and school both felt that it was the right time for this change in terminology to be adopted by the wider former pupil community.
Whilst the Kingham Hill Association and its Centenary Trust Fund will remain the name of the legal entity, the association and its members will now be referred to as Kingham Hillians. The previous shield, using the Oxford and Cambridge blues and initials 'KH' will be retained, whilst the lettering will reflect the school's branding to represent this new chapter in the history of former pupil relations at KHS.
Patron: Lord Adonis of Camden
subject to ratification
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
SATURDAY 26 APRIL 2014 AT 10:45AM
LECTURE THEATRE, KINGHAM HILL SCHOOL
|Ian Allin MBE||Durham/Norwich||1935-1942|
|Ken Wingfield MBE||Plymouth/Norwich||1958-1962|
Patron: Lord Adonis of Camden
Notice of Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of Kingham Hillians will be held in the Veritas Building at Kingham Hill School, Kingham, Chipping Norton at 11:45am on Saturday 6 June 2015 to transact the following business.
We are delighted to welcome Mark Foley as special guest speaker for this year's AGM lunch. Mark is an architect and Principal of internationally renowned firm Burrell Foley Fischer. He is Architect to the school and will talk about his role designing the new mathematics and science building and library. This will be followed by a tour of the construction site.
Click read more for a plan for the day, cost and contact details. UPDATE TO START TIME
Committee members present:
Nick Seward (Headmaster, invited), Kenny Winfield (Events), Leo Smith, Brian Dean, Mike Kent (Treasurer), Eddie White, John Hughes, Mike Tadman, Iain Helstrip (Secretary), Simon Briggs (Memorabilia), Simon Howlett (KHSD, Chair stand in).
Chairman's Report, 2012
Last year I noted that it seemed to have been quieter than the previous year, rather too quiet really, due to our ongoing difficulties in finding new people for the various jobs that the late Peter Johansen used to do for us. This year has been just as quiet from an events point of view, which is regrettable, but it has been far from quiet in terms of organisational business; whilst the word "crisis" might be a bit too melodramatic, matters around the continued provision of an organisation catering for ex-pupils of Kingham Hill School have reached a difficult stage.
The KHA held the 124th Annual General Meeting on the 23rd of June 2012. There are a number of publications, photographs and a continuing debate as a result, we are going to bring these to you shortly.
Initially recent publications are shown here on the front page however over time these drop off as more recent news comes in. To see all the KHA publications please visit the KHA area here on School Days buy clicking the KHA link in the menu above, or by clicking this link: The KHA Area
MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
2ND JULY 2011, AT KINGHAM HILL SCHOOL.
PRESENT: M.Amis, J.Hughes, W.Collett, S.Clavell, P.Harrison, F.Foster, A.Middleton, S.Howlett, K.Targett, Monty, B.Dean, S.Briggs, M.Kent, I.Helstrip, W.Mayes, C.Adams, J.Timmins, L.Smith, J.Woolliams, K.Wingfield, M.Tadman, B.Shaw.
APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE: G.Ball, R.Hughes, W.Parker, E.White, R.Ayers, W.Gambaski, K.Jones.
MINUTES OF THE 2010 AGM: These were approved by those present and signed as a true record by Chairman, Jon Montgomerie.
MATTERS ARISING: There were none.
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