From September 2014 we will be welcoming back a familiar name to the Hill. Clyde House will return to the Hill following an absence of a number of years. Clyde is now our Junior Boys' Day House for boys aged between 11 and 14.
Kingham Hill School Days (KHSD) is the KHS alumni website run by an independent team made up of individuals who were at KHS, all with varied skills who organise multiple types of material to be published online as well as reunions and other events.
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).
Nick Seward (part time), Jon Montgomerie, Leo Smith, Brian Dean, Simon Briggs, Mike Kent, John Hughes, Bryan Shaw, Mike Tadman, Simon Howlett, Iain Helstrip.
Apologies for absence:- Eddie White, Kenny Wingfield, & R. Hughes
Circulation: Those above and Keith Target & Jo Cavan.
The KHSD Management Team
Simon Howlett (web guru)
John Timmins (chief editor)
Frank Foster (accounts)
1954 - 2010
1959 - 2010
1961 - 2010
We are delighted to offer our visitors the option of being able to view and subscribe to our monthly newsletter, without the need to register on the website. Simply enter your name and email in the boxes provided (on the left) and click Subscribe. You will be sent new newsletters when they are published. To unsubscribe just click the unsubscribe link which is always at the bottom of our newletters.
If you are already registered on the KHSD website and you wish to view all the newsletters, edit your subscription or unsubscribe please log in and go to your profile or you can use the button on the left "Change / View Newsletters" or even the link in the Main Menu on the left "KHSD Newsletters".
As we are close to Christmas and the snow has given us all quite a job getting around we thought we would help the postman (or is it 'post person' in these PC days?) and give everyone the chance to send an eCard from the School Days website.
Simple to use and a great way to wish someone seasons greetings.
We hope you enjoy both giving and receiving your KHSD eCard this year.
Please click here to send yours today!
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