Who are the Old Uxonians?

Old Uxonians are former pupils of Bishopshalt School.

Why the name “Old Uxonians”?

Bishopshalt School was established as Uxbridge County School in 1907 located on the site now occupied by Uxbridge High School. In 1928 the school moved to Bishopshalt mansion in Hillingdon Village and in 1930 adopted the mansion name for the school. The former pupils association, founded in 1909, retained its original name.

What does the Old Uxonians’ Association do?

The aims of the Association are to maintain contacts between former pupils of Bishopshalt School and to promote activities to benefit the school.

How do I join?

Click here for membership information.

What benefits do I get from joining?

Twice a year you will receive a newsletter containing information about the school , news and articles & access to our members only area on our website, which includes lots of additional articles and features.

The Old Uxonians’ Association provides advice and helps to facilitate class reunions.

Who runs the Old Uxonians’ Association?

The Old Uxonians’ Association is run by an Executive Committee (on a Voluntary basis) which consists of Officers and four other members.

The current members of the Executive Committee are:

Chairman: Janice Plummer (Howell, 1969 – 1975)
Secretary: Frances Wakefield (1987 – 1994)
Treasurer: Peter Buckland (1960 – 1967)

Michael Ash (1956 – 1963)
Juliet Humphreys
Ken Pearce (1942 – 1949)
Samantha Thompson (Partridge, 1987 – 1994)


Do you hold an Annual General Meeting?

Yes. The Annual General Meeting is held on the first Wednesday in June each year. All members are welcome.

How do I apply for Membership?

All former pupils of Bishopshalt School are eligible for membership in the Old Uxonians’ Association. Past and present members of the staff and governors of Bishopshalt School are honorary members of the Association.

Partners of members may participate in Association activities by becoming Associate Members.

You can apply by either:

(a) Email us at info@olduxonians.co.uk

(b) Online by visiting our membership webpage. Payment can be made using PayPal (PayPal is a service that enables you to pay, send money, and accept payments without revealing your financial details) using all Major Debit & Credit Cards – securely.

How much is membership?

Current Membership rates are:

£5 – for an Annual subscription 

Annual Membership subscriptions are due on 31st December in each year (or on the anniversary of joining if you have signed up via the web site).


All membership subscription rates are decided at the Annual General Meeting.