Reunion speaker programme early bird tickets are £85, and will increase to £105 after 12pm (BST) on Friday 6 April. Your ticket includes entry to Friday and Saturday speaker sessions (with food provided on both days). Due to space constraints on campus, the daytime speaker sessions are only open to reuniting alumni.
Each of the following events must be booked individually:
A night in the sky
Early-bird tickets for alumni and guests are £50 per person, which includes all food, drink and entertainment.
After 12pm (BST) on Friday 6 April, tickets will cost £60 per person.
Sunday Garden Party
£45 family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children), £20 per adult, £5 per child (5-17), children under 5 are free.
The cost of class events vary, please see your class page for more information.
The School has a partnership agreement with a number of hotels which means our alumni can secure preferential rates. Please find details of hotels and rates here.
The School has a limited number of guest rooms on campus, primarily for the use of students enrolled in short residential courses. While alumni can stay on campus if any rooms are available, individual reservations can only be confirmed within two months of the current calendar date. Any booking request for dates more than two months in advance, up to a maximum of four months ahead of the current calendar date, will be added to a waiting list.
Owing to the uncertainty and late notice of confirmations we advise alumni to consider staying with a partner hotel in the first instance.
If you are interested in staying on campus, please email email@example.com.
The details below are for London-based independent childcare providers that alumni celebrating Reunion have used previously.
Class activities on Campus are strictly adult only events. These events are catered for and to adults; children are not permitted on Campus during this time. The Sunday Garden Party is specifically designed to be child-friendly; we look forward to welcoming you and your family to this event
During your stay in London you may wish to visit one of the capital’s many attractions and experience the wide variety of entertainment and culture on offer. The following websites are useful when planning a trip to London: