Once you’ve been a pupil of Brentwood School, you will always remain part of our international community of Old Brentwoods (OBs).
We hope that your school days were some of the best days of your life and that you will stay in touch, keep us up-to-date with your achievements and come back to visit soon. In return, we’ll update you with news of your former school friends, send you our annual School magazine 'The Brentwood School Times', invite you to special OB events and help you stay well-connected within the global community that is Old Brentwoods.
There are many ways to keep in touch and ensure your details are up-to-date. You can register on the Brentwood School Association website, contact us by telephone +44 (0)1277 240 452, email [email protected] or send in updates by post to the Development Office at the address below.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Our OB Community
Our OB Community is a collaborative, supportive network for all our alumni, and it can sometimes help out in the most unlikely of places. A former student who had just graduated from university got in touch and asked if we knew any Old Brentwoods in Australia since he wanted to travel there and look for work.
We sent an email out to OBs living there and within a few hours, he had an offer of an apartment overlooking Sydney Harbour Bridge for two weeks!
This is just one example of how much Old Brentwoods are willing to help each other all over the world.
Join today to have this thriving network at your fingertips.
|Old Brentwoods President|
The President for 2023-24
is Christian Croll (OB 1977-88).
The President-Elect for 2023-24
is Jos Hollington (OB 1972-81).
The Old Brentwoods Club is a sport and social club with over 600 members playing and supporting a wide range of sports and activities. Located on Ashwells Road, Brentwood, is an excellent clubhouse with a spacious bar and social area, surrounded by over 20 acres of sports grounds and extensive on-site parking for players and supporters.
Whether you are presently a social member of the club, a member of one of the sports clubs, an Old Brentwood, parent of a pupil or a member of the public, you are able to book the clubhouse for a private function.
Brentwood School Archives
There is a wealth of invaluable resources for documenting the history of the School, its students and staff, in the School Archives, some of which can be found on the Brentwood Heritage website.
Brentwood School Times
The Development Office produces an annual magazine for Old Brentwoods to enjoy, the Brentwood School Times. It includes a round-up of School life over the course of the past year, as well as lots of updates and success stories from OBs themselves.
All OBs are able to receive a postal copy of this magazine, as well as read the magazines below. If you would like to register your address for next year’s edition, please do so here.