The Prebendal Associates is a thriving network of former pupils, former parents, former members of staff, former Governors and friends of the School.
We keep in touch regularly with our Associates via email, sending out e-newsletters and hosting Reunions and other Associate events. We are always trying to make sure our Associates database is up-to-date so if you are a former member of the School in some capacity and you don’t receive emails from the Associates and would like to, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
If you are a former pupil or former parent and would like to take a trip down memory lane, please book in for a tour of the School by contacting the Marketing & Comms Manager, Suzanne Warner, either via email or calling us on 01243 520974. If you were a Chorister, you may also like to make contact with The Chichester Cathedral Choristers’ Association (CCCA) so do please visit their website. You can also follow Prebendal Associates on Twitter.
"It was truly wonderful to wander around rekindling all the old memories. It was great to see how the School has advanced in the intervening years, but also most pleasing to see that not everything has changed, and the 'feel and character' of those wonderful old buildings still seems very much the same."
Former Pupil, David Owen
Notable Prebendal Alumni:
William Juxon (1582-1663)
Archbishop of Canterbury 1660-1663
John Selden (1584-1654)
Jurist, philosopher & parliamentarian
William Cawley (1602-1667)
Politician & regicide of Charles I
William Collins (1721-1759)
James Hurdis (1763-1801)
Clergyman & Professor of Poetry at Oxford University 1793-1801
Charles Gordon-Lennox, 5th Duke of Richmond (1791-1860)
MP for Chichester 1812-1819 & Postmaster General 1830-1834
Horatio Nelson, 3rd Earl Nelson (1823-1913)
Edward Titchener (1867-1927)
Psychologist who developed the theory of structuralism
MacDonald Gill (1884-1947)
Graphic designer, cartographer, artist & architect
Singer, composer, 2012 BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year & 'Britain's Got Talent' finalist
Raphael Bellamy Plaice
2017 BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year