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Celebrating 25 Years of the Lower School

Old Bloxhamists and friends of the school are invited to join us in celebrating the 25th anniversary of the opening of Bloxham School's Lower School on Friday 27th September. The day will be a great opportunity to get together and reminisce with friends and staff.

3pm                       Arrival and welcome refreshments in the Egerton Library with archive display curated by Simon Batten

3.30pm                 Chapel Choir rehearsal (in preparation for their tour to Rome), Chapel

3.45pm                 Official re-opening of Exham House by David Exham

4pm                       Official opening of The White Lion Sixth Form Centre

 *History of the White Lion building 

The White Lion, originally a pub, opened as the Lower School in September 1994, and at the time, there were just 12 boys, but by 2000 there were 57 students (24 of them girls). In 2004, Lower School was re-named Exham House, after Headmaster David Exham. Since it opened, the building has been home to the youngest students at Bloxham School; however, this summer the White Lion building is being transformed into the new Sixth Form Centre and Exham House is moving to the Palmer building.

Guests, partners, parents and children are very welcome to attend. There is no charge, but please RSVP to help us cater accordingly.

Please RSVP to Sarah Demirtges, Alumni Officer by telephone: 01295 724333 or email: [email protected].