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03 November 2012
Matt Wallace (L2003-08) and his partner from Moor Park Golf Club were victorious in the London Amateur Foursomes at Walton Heath in October 2012. The tropy was presented by our very own Bob Coombes (SHE1944-47), Past President of the Old Aldenhamian Golf Society and past Captain of Walton Heath. Bob himself is a wonderful golfer and is well known in Surrey County Golf Union circles.
25 October 2012
The latest issue of the Old Aldenhamian Society's magazine has now been published for distribution to all members. This annual publication reports news from OAs across the World, highlights events organised by the Society and updates memebers on activities in the School today. Items for the next issue, due in the autumn of 2013 should be sent to the Editor, James James-Crook (M1968-72) via the Development and OA Office.
14 September 2012
A new Sixth Form Centre and major extension to the Music School was officially opened on 14th September by Mr John Wells, a former Chairman of Governors after whom the building is named. The current Chairman of Governors, Mr Stuart Lewis invited Mr Wells to unveil a plaque commemorating the occasion. Guests were then taken on tours of The Wells Centre by senior pupils before enjoying a music recital given by current students and OAs followed by a drinks reception.

On the site of the old Sixth Form Common Room and School Shop, this magnificent new building and sensitive conversion provides state of the art equipment with facilities for both recreation and study. A key feature of the new building is a green oak frame which unifies the older existing and new modern structures. A glass roof with integral solar panels sets off an upstairs foyer area. Students will benefit from new Music Technology and Psychology classrooms and the whole school and wider community will enjoy meetings in The Apthorp Room as well as concerts in the Recital Room.

Headmaster, Mr James Fowler said: “I am delighted that this major development in the School will support not only our Sixth Form students but also further enhance the considerable music facilities for our talented musicians at Aldenham".

The new Sixth Form Centre includes a careers library, which has been dedicated to John Rimer (P1956-60) by the OA Society. John was an was an active member of the OA Society and Honorary Treasurer during four decades. He was also a keen supporter of the School.
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