We hope to help you feel connected with the Dragon, wherever you are in the world, and to bring back fond memories of your time at the School.

We encourage you to complete a short biography, as part of our Dragon Who’s Who, that we will then share electronically with your cohort. Should you come across any memorabilia or photographs from you time at the Dragon, we would be delighted to receive them at development.office@dragonschool.org.

Example entry:

John Smith (1967)

After my Dragon Days, I went on to study History of Art at Edinburgh University and worked as a journalist for 20 years with CBC, CNN, Reader’s Digest, and Asia Pacific Broadcasting producing print, TV and radio. My area of focus was business, and after leaving Journalism I started a coaching course to help small business owners succeed.

Despite a rather lacklustre sporting history in my school days, I’ve become a proud Mamil, and can often be found cycling the near our home in the Hampshire countryside, often with my wife, Marion and 3 children and 7 grandchildren in tow. More often, I’m the one being towed by them!

Tell Us About Yourself
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