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
Important changes to Kingham Hill Association
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, but with the KHA recently voting to work with the school, the KHA Committee and school both feel that now is the time for this change in terminology to be adopted by the wider former pupil community.
The KHA are delighted to announce the 2014 200 Club winners drawn at the AGM on the 26th April.
We are delighted to provide the minutes of the KHA Committee meeting held at KHS on the 25th January 2014
Following the resignation of Simon Howlett as Chairman of the Kingham Hill Association on 1 December 2013, a representation from the committee met with the Headmaster and Development Officer on 16 January to discuss the future of the KHA and its Centenary Trust Fund.
As stated at the AGM on 18 May 2013, the KHA accepts that the school has decided to take total responsibility for alumni relations and communications. Furthermore, the committee has recently considered that it would not be appropriate to continue to seek donations in competition with KHS for bursaries. It was therefore proposed that further invitations for donations to the CTF would cease. Awards for bursaries from the fund would continue to be made until the fund was exhausted. If donations continued to arrive, these would be accepted.
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