Welcome to The Beacon Association, the network for former pupils, parents and staff of The Beacon.

The Beacon strives to maintain long-standing relationships with our wider community of alumni, parents, staff and friends. We believe that the connections made through The Beacon really are for life and we value everyone as part of our integral community.

Through an ever growing and diverse programme of events and communications, we hope to create more opportunities for you to keep in touch with one another and the School.

We always love to hear what our alumni are up to, so please do keep in contact and share with us your news and memories of The Beacon. Please also don’t forget to keep us updated with your current postal and e-mail contact details so that we can send you invitations to events as well as copies of our Flame magazine and alumni e-bulletins. The easiest way to do this is by completing our online update form below.

We have various ways to stay connected with The Beacon Association on social media. You can join in by liking and sharing our Facebook page, by joining our Old Beaconians LinkedIn page or by following the latest Beacon news on Twitter.

If you have any questions about our events, activities or fundraising programmes, or if you would like to arrange a time to visit the School, please contact us at or on 01494 736172.

We hope to welcome you back to The Beacon soon.


Alumni Update Form

Please complete the form below if you would like to receive invitations to forthcoming alumni events and be kept up-to-date with all the latest news from The Beacon and our alumni community.
Head’s Talk & Tours

Throughout July and August, our Headmaster, Will Phelps, is inviting future Beacon families to safely meet with him on our School site for a socially-distanced tour of our incredible school and an informal talk about your son and his education. Please click here for more details.

“The largest single sex Prep School in the UK, The Beacon still has an impressively inclusive, family feel to it, with a focus on pastoral care and turning out well-rounded boys.”

For a genuine insight into The Beacon, see our recent review from Muddy Stilettos.