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As a Sexey’s student you have helped to make the school what it is today. By signing up to the Sexey’s alumni network you can be an important part of our future too.

Alumni members play a vital role in helping to develop the school. Seeing people like you achieving great things after leaving Sexey’s will inspire current students to work hard and broaden their horizons.

Please take the time to fill in the short registration form here to keep in touch with us.

Provide a photograph and some more information and we’ll add your profile in our Alumni section on the left.

Family of WA Knight visit school

On Saturday 12th June 2010, three generations of the family of Mr W A  Knight, the founding Headmaster paid an informal visit to the school.

They were able to tour the former headmaster house, now the music department, and see the actual room in which one of their relatives was born, and went to see the portarit of W A Knight which hangs in the school corridors.

 Knight Family Visit School

Above L-R: Sarah Duncan (Great GrandDaughter), Nick de Larrinaga (Great Great Grandson), Izzie de Larrinaga (Great Great Granddaughter), Menna Wright (Granddaughter-in-law), Robin Wright (Great Grandson), Anne Love (Great GrandDaughter), David Wright (Great Grandson)

The current headmaster showed them the original cane used by "Wacker"  Knight (which is only used these days as a ceremonial token on the hand over of Headmastership) and ensured them that he will continue to keep the memory of the founder of the school alive and continue to look after the school whilst it is in his tenure.


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