Did you Leave LNS in 1969?
If so and you are interested in attending a reunion being organised
by Ian Meaden please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the link below to download our Aumni Database which contains the details of over 500 past students.
Alumni Database 11/2018
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The London Nautical Old Boys Association would like to extend a warm welcome to all former pupils. The association exists to help former pupils of LNS to keep in contact with each other and with the school. The school has a particularly long and distinctive history and the aim is keep that ethos alive. The Old Boys Association has at least one function per annum with an Alumni committee which meets throughout the year. The annual event is normally held in The Malone Hall or as in 2012 alongside The Parents Teachers Association on the River Thames.
The associations helps and supports the school in many ways: Annual Prizes for Prize Giving, eminent former pupils coming into school to mentor and talk to pupils, assistance with work experience and internships and careers day.
Thank you message from one of our Alumni after a recent visit
Thank you for the tour of the school and to meet some of the masters; not forgetting Harry and Josh, the two prefects who showed us around and introduced us, please thank them again on our behalf; I suspect Harry in particular will do well in life. It was good to see and feel the enthusiasm which exists at the school, although somewhat diversified from my days which were totally aimed at producing Merchant Navy Navigating Officers. I have taken the liberty of attaching a photo of myself aged 14 in Year 3 (3Y), Mr Young was my form master, the school uniform now would be much kinder to both students and parents.
Joe & Ursula Murphy
"A bench was commissioned by the parents of two old boys of the school who were tragically killed on a bus crash in Thailand. The bench is situated on the South Bank by the ITV studios and appropriately facing the River Thames with the names of the boys and the London Nautical School inscription." The Thames carries her sons everywhere".
Ron sadly passed away on 16th September 2014 at his home in Matlock Derbyshire. Ron attended The London Nautical School from 1946 to 1948 and went on a have a career which included six years at sea.
Roy Albert Pretty
Roy sadly passed away on 29th November 2014 in The Wellington Hospital, New Zealand. Ray attended The London Nautical School and left in 1949.
John sadly passed away on 12th March 2015 at his home in Perth, Western Australia. John attended The London Nautical School from 1952 to 1957 after which he went on to have a career at sea.
Distinguished educationalist and former Headmaster
Hugh Colgate Obituary