Old Dauntseians (Alumni)
Welcome to the Old Dauntseians' web page which is designed to keep you up-to-date with OD events, news and information.
As an OD, you are always welcome back to the School, and to attend any of the many events which are organised on your behalf, both in the UK and abroad.
- To support and enhance the education of pupils at Dauntsey's School.
- To keep former pupils in touch with the School and with one another.
- To provide financial assistance in cases of hardship to ODs and their dependants through the Welfare Fund.
DAUNTSEY’S FOUNDATION OFFICE DATA PRIVACY STATEMENT
Dauntsey’s is committed to protecting the privacy and security of the personal information of Old Dauntseians. To ensure that we can carry out our role as your alumni engagement and development team, we hold and process relevant data on our former pupils. We ensure all personal information is used and stored fairly and treated in an appropriate manner.
The School has a Data Protection Manager and is fully compliant with data protection law. Your data is held for reasons of legitimate interest. The material we send is not intrusive and there are no reasons to believe that an individual would rather not receive it. Please note the following points:
The Foundation Office holds your data in a secure database
Your personal details are never released to any person without your specific approval
Data is used for a full range of alumni activities, including the sending of School and Foundation publications, the promotion of benefits and services available to alumni, and notification of alumni events. Data may also be used by the Foundation for fundraising programmes
Your personal details are not used for marketing purposes
If you do not want us to continue to hold your personal information or receive further communication from Dauntsey’s, please email email@example.com or write to The Foundation Office, Dauntsey’s School, West Lavington, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 4HE.
Head of Foundation
- OD Exhibition at Indigo Antiques
- Diary of Events
- Bursary and Welfare Funds
- Richard Sandbrook Award
Many ODs who attended Dauntsey’s in the 1990's and Noughties will remember AKS, aka Madame Smith, who was Housemistress of Rendell House and teacher of French during those years. Now living in France, and known as Annie Glueck, she has returned to her first love – art. She recently had a successful exhibition of abstract works in London, but ODs still living in Wiltshire and environs might be interested to hear that she will be exhibiting a number of Orient-inspired works at Indigo Antiques (owned by the parents of Tom LIghtbown OD).
Location: Indigo Antiques
Manningford Bruce, Wiltshire SN9 6JW
Dates: From 21st June 2018 for three weeks
Private View: 6pm to 8.30 pm, 21st June.
Annie will be present at the private view, and would be delighted to see any ODs who can make it that evening.
The Bursary Fund provides financial assistance through bursaries for pupils at Dauntsey's whose parents may be experiencing difficulties in meeting the School fees. For further details, kindly contact Richard Slade (Chairman of Trustees) via the Foundation Office.
The Welfare Fund is a freestanding Charitable Trust, "to render assistance in necessitous cases by advice or financial grant to Old Dauntseians and their families". All applications and all grants are treated in complete confidence; names and facts are never disclosed to anyone other than the Trustees.
Please note only cases of genuine hardship will be considered.
For more details, please contact Mark Neve, Chairman of Trustees:
m.neve@dauntseys,org; 01380 814646
The ODA Richard Sandbrook Award was established by the ODA in January 2009, to commemorate the work of former pupil Richard Sandbrook, OBE (1946-2005).
Richard (OD 59-64) was one of the leading influences in the creation of what we today know as the environment and sustainable development movement. He was the co-founder of Friends of the Earth, Executive Director of the International Institute for Environment and Development and was a widely sought-after advisor and facilitator working with a huge range of people and causes including The Prince of Wales, the United Nations, Water Aid, WWF, Save The Children, UK Government and many others. He was awarded the OBE in 1990.
To promote an awareness in the School and amongst Old Dauntseians of the meaning of sustainable development. In particular, its inter-related goals of conservation of the environment, economic development, social well being and good governance. In doing so, it is hoped to encourage intiative, enterprise and collaboration in order to ensure that today's demand does not compromise tomorrow's supply.
The Award is open to current Sixth Form pupils at Dauntsey's and ODs, aged 18-25.
Up to £1,500 will be awarded.
The Award is available to anyone who is planning a trip, project or research which promotes sustainable development in some shape or form. Applications may involve existing or new projects, study or research, and can be anywhere in the world regarding any area of sustainable development; all proposals will be considered!
We are looking for bids from projects that demonstrate initiative and originality, have clear objectives and show sound planning and budgeting.
Send your application to: The Selection Committee, ODA Richard Sandbrook Award, c/o Foundation Office, Dauntsey’s School, West Lavington, Wiltshire, SN10 4HE - Tel: 01380 814664
It is with sadness that we record the passing of the following:
- Mrs Amelia Rendell, wife of Leslie Rendell and former Manor Matron
- H J H (John) Henderson (47/52)
- Stanley Radnedge (43/48)
- Peter Wyles (former Clerk to the Governors 72-05)
- Peter Lloyd (45-49)
- Myles Spencer (80-85)
- Oliver ‘Ollie’ Kemp (96-01)
- Roger Davies (30-34) .
- Stanley Radnedge (43-48)
- H J H (John) Henderson (47-52)
- Clive Everett (46-51)
There are a number of ways that ODs and friends of Dauntsey’s can help and support the School. The following are popular options:
- A regular donation to our Bursary Fund
- A gift to the School
- A legacy for Dauntsey’s – The Olive Society
- Work experience placements
- Mentoring and careers advice for our pupils
- Lectures and/or informal talks
- Helping to organise an OD gathering
We would be delighted to hear from you: your support is just a few clicks away.
Head of Foundation
The ODA, c/o Foundation Office, Dauntsey's School, West Lavington, Wiltshire, SN10 4HE
To change your details or if you are a 'Lost OD', you can either send an email to Mark Neve, Foundation Director firstname.lastname@example.org or Julie Romijn, Foundation Office Secretary email@example.com