Conferences are always opened by the Head of the host school, and we invite a guest to speak about a relevant top of current interest to members, Breakout or plenary sessions are held before and after lunch. These cover topical areas such as data management and GDPR, social media planning, reaching young alumni, maximising event attendance, measuring impact and working with the development team.
The 2019 AGM was held at Queen’s Gate School in South Kensington on Thursday 14 November in the early evening where the latest strategy was approved nem con. The formal part of the AGM is brief allowing time for talks and a Q&A session, and general discussion between representatives, followed by a buffet supper.
AROPS has been running successful informal Regional Meetings in member schools for a number of years. Meeting agendas are set by attendees. An AROPS representative facilitates discussions and updates members on current trends and issues impacting alumni engagement. Members can share concerns, gain invaluable advice, and generate new ideas and solutions in a supportive and friendly environment. Meeting dates for the coming year are shown on the right here, with details on the relevant page – just click on the date to go straight to the page.
Staying in Touch
Regular newsletters are sent out by email, while the AROPS Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn allow members to network electronically. The Conference and AGM reports are sent by post to every representative. Search for #AROPS
(Old Arnoldian and Old Instonians)
(Old Roffensian Association)
(Old Kingstonian Association)
(The Rugbeians Society)
(The Wellensian Association)
(Old Pauline Club)
(City of London OGA)
(The Lancing Club)
(Royal School Association)
(Old Decanian & Old Millfieldian Societies)
(Old Etonian Association) Co-opted
Vice-President and former President
(Old Crohamians’ Association)
(Old Silcoatians’ Association)