The Cokethorpe Society
The Cokethorpe Society
The Cokethorpe Society is the association for former pupils, staff and governors, with members more commonly known as Old Cokethorpeans. The Society is a global community consisting of thousands of people who have left Cokethorpe, from the 1950s right through to our most recent Upper Sixth leavers.
The Society’s events programme, social media, and termly emails help ensure Cokethorpeans enjoy a lifelong connection to the School and to one another.
What can you do?
As an Old Cokethorpean you can:
Connect to former classmates and the School via Social Media.
Attend the Society Events, that includes London Drinks, Sports Festival and the Reunion Dinner.
Donate to the Cokethorpe Fund to support Bursaries and the development of the School.
Organise to visit the School by emailing the Alumni Office.
The Cokethorpe Society committee is made-up of Old Cokethorpeans and is led-by:
Chairman: Charles Bartlett (2008)
Treasurer: Tony Baker (1964)
Secretary: Currently vacant
The Committee is always keen to hear from prospective members. Please email to find out more.
Contact the Alumni and Development Office
We are always delighted to hear from Old Cokethorpeans and to arrange visits back to the School.
You can contact Cokethorpe’s Alumni and Development Office by
Telephone: 01993 892352
Update your Contact Details
It is so important we have accurate contact details for you as we do not want to lose touch. If you have not received an email or mailing from us in a while please update your contact details by emailing us directly.
Your Privacy and the Cokethorpe Society
Your privacy and the security of all information that you give to us are of vital importance to the Cokethorpe School Development Office. Your personal information will be held on the Cokethorpe School Development Office database in accordance with the General Protection Regulations (GDPR) Act 2018. Security measures to protect your personal information and privacy are in place and will be used for Alumni and Development purposes. The only people who will see your data are the Development Office, Alumni Relations personnel, Cokethorpe Society volunteers and/or committee members, and/or agents contracted by them.
Alumni data may be shared with the Cokethorpe Society, academic, administrative and support departments at Cokethorpe School to promote close links between the School and its former students, staff and parents.
If you give a postal address, telephone number/s and or an email address, you authorise the School to contact you using any of these methods. You may opt out of specific or all communication at any time with the Cokethorpe School Development Office by writing to us: Development Office, Cokethorpe School, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX29 7PU, or emailing email@example.com.
Use of images:
From time to time the Development Office may publish old photographs of Cokethorpe School alumni. If you recognise yourself in a photo and would like it removed, please contact us.
Founded as Cokethorpe School in 1957, Cokethorpe itself has a long history, stretching back to the tenth century. Originally a boys’ senior boarding school, it has developed significantly since those early days.
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