The Dukies’ Association (TDA) offers automatic free enrolment, and welcomes and unites past and present Dukies of all ages. It was formed in 2013 after it was recognised that many past pupils wanted to 'give back' to their old School through donations of time, ideas, careers support and funding. The official launch of The Dukies' Association took place at the School's original site, Duke of York's HQ (now Saatchi Gallery) in London on Friday 27 September 2013. You can watch the video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zomC5UDMafA
The Dukies' Association Panel, chaired by Old Dukie Simon Daglish, Walking with the Wounded founder and Deputy Managing Director for ITV, meets quarterly and reflects various generations of Dukies and senior school staff members. For more information on the panel, please go to our 'Meet the Panel' link.
Jenny Grant is the School’s Alumni and Development Manager, contactable on email@example.com - please get in touch with Jenny if you'd like to email the panel, provide news or stories for Social Media or Dukie News, or have any ideas or assistance to offer.
This web portal allows Dukies to:
• Search for friends from the past.
• Find Dukies in a particular region, country, or with similar interests.
• Network professionally.
• View information about forthcoming events.
• Read about past events and view photos on the Gallery.
• Check and update your own details.
• Post your own picture and caption.
Please note that you will only see other Dukies' details if they have given permission for us to disclose them. Similarly, if you would like others to be able to see your details, you need to tick the box adjacent to each entry in order to disclose it.
If you have already registered with us, please enter your username and password in the Login Box.
All details are held securely by Web-InTouch and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Your details will not be passed to other organisations or used for any purpose other than promoting the welfare of The school. Please note that core data (which is in the public domain and consists of your name, date of birth, your year of admission, your house and your year of leaving) is automatically made available to other Dukies.