The St Edward’s Society supports pupils from the moment they leave school and throughout the rest of their lives, joining the community of thousands of OSE who all have one thing in common – Teddies.
he Society organises and oversees a range of events and publications so that OSE can maintain their links to the School, keep in touch and offer mutual support to one another.
Events for OSE are held throughout the year and around the world with thanks to our regional representatives. The Society also organises events which bring the wider Teddies community together, encouraging OSE, parents, pupils and friends of the school to share their skills and experiences with each other. This year we are looking forward to celebrating being together again, opening our new buildings and sending the Warden off on his retirement. Please click here to see what’s on.
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Alumnet gives OSE the opportunity to connect with old friends as well as reach out to new ones. The content is personalised and ‘circles’ bring people of similar interests and professions together. It is easy to create events, so whether it is a book club, sporting challenge or drink with friends, do have a look and see how it works. Join the Teddies network here.
The Martyrs, led by Simon Talbot-Williams (1974 – 79) and Peter Swainson (1995 – 2000), fly the flag for alumni sports. To find out more about how you and your friends can join this active community fostering friendly competition with other schools please click here.
The Teddies Archives, consisting of hundreds of irreplaceable pictures, correspondence, artefacts and sound recordings, are available to everyone and can be found here. The school community benefits enormously from the recent work of our archivist and OSE Chris Nathan.