This year Lord Grey School in Bletchley is celebrating its 40th Birthday with a reunion event for ex-students and staff.
The school, which opened in 1973 following the amalgamation of Bletchley Grammar School and Wilton Secondary School, has seen many thousands of students through its doors.
The 40th Big Bash on July 19 will be a chance for current and ex-students to celebrate the school community both past and present. Memorabilia will be on show charting the decades of learning and history of the institution. There will also be a licensed bar and proper old-style school disco.
Assistant Headteacher and ex-pupil, Dr Jo Trevenna, says; “This is a great opportunity for ex-students and staff to get together and swap stories about shared experiences. School days really can be the happiest best days of our lives and even if they weren’t the happiest all the time, we all met people who had a real impact on our lives and this is a great time to reflect and share stories about our time at Lord Grey. Here’s to another 40 years.”