Spending their formative years together creates a special bond between boys and many Old Moles are keen to maintain that link.

To enable and enrich the Old Moles links, we have launched a new Old Moles Connect platform. We invite old boys, their parents and former staff to join us to tap into our social and professional network.

Now more than ever, people seek a sense of belonging and community. Joining Old Moles Connect enables you to:

  • Search for and message old classmates (privately, securely)
  • See the latest news from Old Moles and the school
  • Book your place for reunions, networking meet ups and other events
  • Check out the photo galleries
  • Post your own stories


We organise reunions and other social events for Old Moles during the course of the year, both at school and other venues.  Members are also always welcome to attend school events for example Sports Days and music concerts.

On returning to Moulsford, you might well be surprised by the new facilities, buildings and additions to the school since your time here.  One thing that doesn’t change though – the stunning riverside location and most importantly the spirit of the boys.  We can assure you of a very warm welcome whenever you do return.


There are many ways in which Old Moles and former staff can stay in touch and remain part of the supportive Old Moles community. You can choose to receive a regular e-bulletin newsletter, and/or join the secure online network.

Careers Talks and Mentoring

We would love to hear from any Old Moles who are willing and keen to share their career or life experiences with current Moulsford pupils, either as part of our Lunchtime Talks series, or as part of the boys’ preparation for senior school in the post Common Entrance exam period.

Contacting the Old Moles Alumni Office 

To begin enjoying the benefits of membership and to share news, contributions and updates, please sign up to the online network oldmoles.moulsford.com or contact Laura Woodbon 01491 651438 or via [email protected]


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