Congrats to Rosie Clarke for becoming British Champion 2018 from all at Caterham School. Read more about Rosie’s achievements and inspiration in Omnia.
Welcome to the OCA
Catch up with lifelong friends
Be part of a vibrant community
From the OCA President, Clive Furness
Welcome to the Old Caterhamians' Association (OCA), a vibrant, connected community offering a professional and social network for former students of Caterham School, a group proud to call itself the Old Cats. Our mission is to make the OCA as inclusive and relevant to our members and the wider school community as possible.
The benefits of Caterham School exist well beyond our school years, we are a global community of Old Cats covering every sector and profession and all with friendship and mutual support at our core.
Stephen May (OC, OCA President 2015–2018)
I have good memories of Caterham School – it taught me two important lessons in life, resilience and spotting opportunities. The OCA has been a great way to get back in touch with old school friends, with events for everybody.
Mary Whenman (OC 1985–1987, OCA Vice President 2015–2018)
Caterham School certainly gives you a sense of service, and community spirit, and inspired me to take part in volunteer projects.
Samir Dwesar (OC 2001–2008)
At Caterham, I always felt a sense of community and acceptance – I felt respected for my strengths.
Ashley Pollak (OC 1993–1998)
Caterham gave me the work habits and academic qualifications to gain entry to medical school and then to succeed there. It fostered in me a sense of enquiry and of curiosity that helped me to pursue an academic career.
Professor Michael Aminoff (OC 1953–1959)
The camaraderie of the School shows you how to work well in a team, whilst simultaneously creating a base that makes you feel you can achieve anything you set your mind to.
Katie Atkin (OC 2002–2007)
Caterham’s driver and porter Nigel Mason recently celebrated 30 years at the School over the Easter half-term. Nigel was away on a geography trip to Wales at the time of…
The OCA was delighted to host its third annual OC Boarders’ Reunion on Saturday 24 March. Current boarding staff shared a drink with former pupils of all ages – one…
Team GB athlete and Old Caterhamian Rosie Clarke (OC 2003 – 2010) was the guest speaker for the OCA Annual Dinner on Friday 16 March. The sell-out event was held…
The London Capital Club was abuzz with Old Caterhamian networking on Thursday 1 February 2018. Old Cats working in a variety of industries, from business and education to medicine and…
This is why the United Nations have created 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a target year of 2030 to achieve such aims as “Gender Equality” and “Affordable and Clean…
To be able to compete against the best universities we do have to commit to a rigorous weekly training schedule. My average week consists of three pitch sessions, a game…
Sam smashed all expectations, apart from maybe his own very high standards, in an incredible performance. Overall Sam set an astounding eight new personal bests in the 100m, 110m hurdles,…
Nikita was one of just 24 successful applicants, from a total pool of 800, and is also the only first year to be successful in the past five years. His…
This is an incredible achievement for Elliot who becomes the school’s first international representative in Rugby League, following in the footsteps of our Director of Sport, Mr Rob Clarke, who…
Here here Tom! What other good life and career advice would you OldCats give to the Class of 2018? https://t.co/GHNRFM16l9