We don't believe that being a Watford Grammar boy ends when you leave school. The Old Fullerian community is thousands strong, and we're proud to have Old Fullerians across the globe. Old boys are an invaluable part of our school community, with many coming back to offer careers advice or give talks to our current students.

We are always interested in hearing from old boys and are keen to expand our community with more communications and events.

If you would like to be kept informed of news and events from the school, please fill out this online form.

Alternatively, email with your name, the years you attended the school, your contact details and your current occupation. Please also note whether you would be willing to hear about opportunities to give careers advice to our students or if you would be interested in financial giving to the school, now or in the future.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Please connect with the school and other alumni on our social channels:



Twitter (main school account)

The latest editions of 'Fuller News', the twice-yearly newsletter for Watford Grammar School for Boys alumni, are available here.

Fuller News Winter 2020

Fuller News Spring 2019 special edition

Fuller News Winter 2018

Fuller News Summer 2018

Fuller News Winter 2017/18

Fuller News Summer 2017

For any enquiries relating to former students, please email 

The Old Fullerians' Association

The Old Fullerians' Association is the organisation which enables Old Fullerians to meet and keep in touch with one another, as well as with the school and its staff. It is run by old boy volunteers, separately from but in partnership with the school itself.

The Association aims to help the school either as a body or through its individual members; indeed, one of its constitutional objects is "to further the interests of the school by giving it every assistance". We do this through our regular events - the annual dinner, quiz evenings and our London networking events - as well as our annual school days.

We have run the Lower Sixth Careers Day with the school for the last four years, which sees 40 members, teachers and friends offer advice and talks to groups of Sixth Formers considering their next steps after school. We also run the Year 10 "Dragons Den", offering up to £2,000 to fund the best proposal offered by the boys for the school.

The OFA also runs the Old Fullerians' Cricket Club (OFCC), The Old Fullerians' Association Football Club and the Old Fullerians' Golf Society

Membership is just £15 per year, which supports our ongoing activities and helps us provide ongoing support for the school. Membership is free for WBGS alumni for the first four years after they leave the school.

To enquire about membership or the OFA's activities, please email