Warminster School values its alumni, known as Old Verlucians - from the Roman name for Warminster.
Whenever you attended Warminster School there are now many ways to be involved today. Meet with old friends at an OV reunion or dinner, enjoy the camaraderie and networking at a drinks reception, take part in OV sport or simply come back for a visit. As an OV you are always welcome at Warminster.
We are also keen to help OVs keep in touch with each other, to build up a network and to encourage more OV events, either at the School or elsewhere. If you would be interested or have a suggestion for an event please get in touch.
Our aim is also to reconnect with our heritage and foundation. In 1707 Lord Weymouth and the former Bishop of Bath and Wells, Thomas Ken, founded Lord Weymouth’s Grammar School principally to provide free education for the children of Longleat estate workers. The School would like to echo the sentiments of its founders and establish a fund that allows us to provide financial support on a needs-blind basis for pupils from a wide variety of backgrounds, who would benefit from a Warminster education. This move, in support of social mobility, while enriching the School, is very much in keeping with the School’s values.