A new era for Scots All Saints College past students
Scots All Saints College is committed to working in partnership with members from The Scots School Old Boys and Girls Association (OBGA) and Old Bathurstians Union (OBU) to archive and display important records, memorabilia and documents in education museums on both campuses.
The inaugural meeting of the Interim Committee of the Scots All Saints Past Students’ Association was held in September 2021. The Interim Committee has representatives of all past groups and the new generation of Scots All Saints College students (almost 300 will have graduated 2018-2021).
The members of the Interim Committee are:
- Ms Gabrielle Boshier
- Ms Natalia Burgess
- Mr John Cranfield
- Mr Harry Dickenson
- Mr Bradley Gardiner
- Mrs Gemma Green
- Mr Stuart Green
- Mr Tim Hector
- Mr Michael Inwood
- Mrs Amanda Kemp (Chair)
- Mr Gordon Larkings
- Mr Andrew Maher (Archivists)
- Mrs Memory Sanders (Archivists)
- Mr Tim Sargeant
- Mr Gordon Thompson (Memberships and Communications)
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Significant Heritage and Culture
With a combined history or over 218 years, there is a vast and diverse amount of dedicated people who have a deep and passionate connection to Scots All Saints and continue to support the College through volunteering, archives, fundraising, networks, and involvement as mentors and guest speakers to engage with current students and their families.
Old Bathurstians Union (OBU)
The All Saints’ College Old Bathurstians’ Union was first established in 1893, originally to consider the formation of an Old Boys’ Cricket Club. The aims of this club were to strengthen the connection between past and present members of the College, promote good fellowship among the Old Boys and to encourage the “failing industry – cricket”. Since then, the renamed Old Bathurstians’ Union has made substantial and generous donations to the School for various purposes and continues to do so. With the introduction of coeducation and the merger with sister school Marsden School for Girls there are over 6600 life members of the OBU. The Union continues to uphold its aims and objectives:
- to promote good fellowship among past students of All Saints’ College and Marsden School
- to strengthen the connection between past and present members of the school community
- to support the College and extend its influence.
The Union is still actively involved in the new College and has an executive team of volunteers who meet regularly, assist in organising reunions, maintain the Alumni data base and promote the College wherever possible. There is an Old Bathurstians’ Museum located in Esrom House and the Curator Tim Sargeant has many historical memorabilia on display for interested members to view, by appointment. The OBU can be contacted by emailing email@example.com, or on Facebook @AllSaintsOBU.
The Scots School Old Boys and Girls Association (OBGA)
The Scots School Old Boys and Girls Association (OBGA) has approximately 4800 members and continues to maintain strong ties with the School. Its AGM is the day before the Highland Gathering. The Association holds two whole school events during the year and class reunions on a regular basis.
Please find us on Facebook @ScotsSchoolBathurstOBAOGA
The Foundation was established in 1979 and has been intimately involved in supporting the College in maintaining its long history of educational excellence. The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors comprising donors from the College community. The Board of Directors comprises elected members from each Membership level and meets regularly each year. The Board (as Trustees) manages investments in the Building, Education and Bequest Funds, and raises money through pledges, gifts and bequests.