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School Staff - March 1949

How many can you put names to? 

The First Eight in training - 1954

On the Thames at Putney 

1966 Senior Athletics Team

How many of them are still athletes? 

1976 Biology 6th

They assure us they're pillars of respectability now . . . 

The John Carpenter Club (Old Citizens Association)

The Alumni association of the City of London School  

Year 5, 1995


OC Fives

Wood Plate, 2009 

OC Football Team, October 2010

Following a convincing win over Brentwood. 

OC Reunion

Class of 1976-77-78 

50 Years On

The Class of 1960 in the new School in 2010 

OC Golf Match against the School, June 2011

And the boys won, beating both the Masters and the Old Citizens! 

CLS Woodwind Orchestra 1972

On the stage in the Great Hall 

Sir Bernard Silverman Q & A

Read prominent Old Citizen, Bernard Silverman's profile and send us your questions for him. The Q & As will appear in the Autumn Gazette.

OCs invited to TED-style talks

CLS is running a series of TED-style talks by teachers in April and May, to which Old Citizens are invited.


Welcome to The John Carpenter Club

The John Carpenter Club (JCC) is the alumni association of the City of London School. Old Boys from the School are known as Old Citizens – whether they’re aged 18 or 80!
There are Old Citizens in many different industries and professions, and members of the Club can offer useful information and contacts to current students and recent leavers in a variety of business sectors. The Club holds social and networking events, including reunions, professional group dinners, and an annual lunch for School leavers. We also have a thriving sports section.


One thing unites members of the JCC and that’s a respect for the quality of education that we all received at the School. The JCC helps to ensure that this quality of education is sustained and continues to be available to as wide a selection of talented students as possible. JCC members contribute to the School’s Bursary scheme, assist with careers events, and support the development of the School through regular contact with the Headmaster, students, staff and the Friends.
President John Gee-Grant addresses AGM
30 November 2017
 At the 2017 JCC Annual General Meeting, incoming President, John Gee-Grant reflects on his years at City of London School and his commitment to ensuring the JCC's relationship with the School continues to improve.
Nicholas Hulbert (2004-2012) launches 10-minute period drama
18 March 2018
 'A Night in the Winter of the Revolution' is the latest short film to emerge from Old Citizen Nicholas Hulbert's independent film company, Raunkiaer.
Wanted! - Old Citizen Cricketers and Footballers
24 March 2018
 The Old Citizens Cricket and Football Clubs are looking to recruit more players.
Stars of Tomorrow 2017: Harry Michell
09 April 2018

Old Citizen, Harry Michell (2003 -2010) was interviewed by Screen Daily Reporter, Tom Grater, last year, following the success of 'Chubby Funny' the comedy which he directed and in which he starred.

Q & A with Sir Bernard Silverman
17 April 2018
 In this Autumn's Gazette magazine, we are running a question and answer format interview with Old Citizen (1961 - 1969) Professor Sir Bernard Silverman, who received a knighthood this year for public service and services to science. Read his profile and send us your questions!
Old Citizens invited to TED-style talks at CLS
18 April 2018

Old Citizens are invited to a series of TED-style talks during the months of April and May, run by the CLS Charity Committee  and delivered by City's own teaching staff. If you would like to come to any of these talks places must be booked in advance. 

Sport Dinner 2018
20 April 2018
 Old Citizens  are invited to attend this year's Old Citizens Cricket Club Annual Dinner.
Old Citizens' Eton Fives Club 125th Anniversary Dinner
04 May 2018
If you are an Old Citizen with any links to fives, or even just a fondness for it, we would be delighted if you could help us mark the occasion of The Old Citizens' Eton Fives Club 125th anniversary this year.

JCC in the Social Media