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Future First

We would like to keep in touch with our former students and staff, and would encourage anyone who is keen to become part of our community to sign up below.

We are working with Future First to keep you and Wanstead High School in touch, with the aim of providing opportunities for current students at our school which we hope will benefit you in many ways too. Opportunities could include mentoring, talking to our students about your time at university or even offering work experience placements.

As well as keeping you up to date with news from Wanstead High School, the network can offer you lots of ways to support the young people now sat in your old seats. Whether you are still in the area or have moved far away, we’d love to have your help.

Former students please sign up here to keep in touch.  Thank you for your support.




Old Heronians

Alumni of Wanstead High School and Wanstead County High School keep in touch with each other via the 'Old Heronians' network. 


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The ‘Old Heronians’ produce a newsletter linking ‘Old Heronians’ worldwide. The Newsletter was formally edited by David Larter, his successor is being sought. Letters and contributions should now to sent to Terry Joyes. 

To subscribe to the Newsletter please contact Terry Joyes:

Tel: 01278452406
Email: t.joyes188@gmail.com

Personal data shall be processed fairly and lawfully in compliance with Data Protection Act.

For any queries about your year group, particularly for students who attended Wanstead County High School, please contact

Terry Joyes - t.joyes188@gmail.com  or Len Skilton,

Len Skilton len.skilton@ntlworld.com Tel: Tel: 01727 861958 

Terry Joyes operates (within DPA requirements) OH Contacts Service

Recent 'Old Heronians Newsletters are available; please contact Terry Joyes -


‘A book on the School’s history is currently being compiled, edited and part-written by Terry Joyes, who hopes that the book will be available via the School within a year or so.’