The OM Club
A very warm welcome to the Old Monktonian Club!
All those who have been pupils at Monkton or Clarendon schools are automatically members of the OM Club. As such, they are welcome to attend any occasion organised for alumni or, indeed, any school function; they also receive a termly e-news and annually The OM and Community magazine. They are also entitled to wear OM colours.
All of us at Monkton hope that you will want to be an active member of the OM Club, which exists to promote the welfare of the School by strengthening the links between past pupils and the School. We are keen to serve members in whatever way we can, and look forward to seeing you soon.
To update your record, find old friends and network with others you can sign in or register in our secure area which gives you access to the OM Directory, where you can update your own profile and access the OM careers and mentoring platform.
Alternatively, you can phone or email our Alumni & Donor Relations Manager, Caroline Bone, in the External Relations Office. She always loves to hear what our OMs are up to! Her email address is [email protected] and her phone number is 01225 721195.
We look forward to seeing you in the near future.
You can also keep up to date with us by visiting our own Facebook and Twitter pages at the bottom of the page or join us on LinkedIn
About the OM Club
The Old Monktonian Club was established in May 1887, largely through the initiative of C.R. Heald, who initiated an OM Cricket Club at Cambridge which six months later was transformed into the OM Club. The first President was H.S Brooke, the father of three OMs, and C.R. Heald was Secretary. The subscription was a shilling a year!
The OM Club has grown and expanded since its humble beginnings and many OMs have given freely of their time to help run the Club and its various activities.
Welcome from OM President Keisuke Susuki
Keisuke Susuki took over the role of OM President from Fiona Carruthers at the OM President's picnic on Longmead.
"Although it feels like we were in Monkton just last year, it has been almost ten years since I left back in 2013.
After leaving Monkton, I went onto study at the University of Bristol, after which I went back to my home country of Japan to work for 2 years. I returned to the UK in 2018, and I have been in the D2C (Direct to Consumer) E-commerce industry since, specialising in sport nutrition supplements.
It is truly an honour to be appointed the new OM president, though I do have large shoes to fill, following Fiona and the past presidents.As the next OM president, I look forward to carrying the torch forward of giving back to Monkton.With my presidency, I aim to increase the participation of more recent OMs and to widen our international scope in all club activities.
I look forward to meeting and getting to know all of you, starting at the picnic on 18th June 2022.