The UK Friends of Auckland Grammar School
The UK Friends of Auckland Grammar School is a charitable trust established in the UK in 2005 for the purpose of advancing and promoting education and in particular any educational and charitable objectives connected with Auckland Grammar School.
The trustees also provide a means for connecting Grammar Old Boys across the UK and Europe and keep them up to date with current School developments. Old Boys have been running formal get-togethers since 1924, when 15 UK based Old Boys gathered for a dinner at the Pall Mall Restaurant, Haymarket. Official records in the School Chronicle of the time describe the event as an 'informal and most enjoyable occasion'.
The trustees encourage networking opportunities among Old Boys living in the UK and Europe by hosting an annual reunion in London. Details of the most recent events can be found here.
The trustees of the UK Friends of Auckland Grammar School raise money for the Auckland Grammar School Foundation Trust. The Auckland Grammar School Foundation Trust's aims are to promote the advancement of education by charitable means through the Academic Endowment Fund (AEF).
The AEF has been designed to help keep our best teachers in the classroom by allowing the Board of Trustees to recruit, retain and reward top teachers. For more information about donating in the UK please click here.
If you are a current Grammar Old Boy residing in the UK or Europe and would like to get connected with the trustees of The UK Friends of Auckland Grammar School, do get in touch with the chairman of the trustees, Mr Richard Coleman. His contact details and profile can be found here.
Interested in how to make a donation in the UK? Click here for more information.
Click here to view the profiles of the UK Friends of Auckland Grammar School Board
Click here for photos from previous reunions