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OJ Events

The Development Office hosts a number of events over the year for the St John’s community and the OJs in particular.  In Autumn Term, the annual OJ Dinner is always a lovely occasion when we have chance to hear from an interesting guest speaker and catch up over a drinks and dinner.  Throughout the year, we have smaller events including professional networking groups and a popular series of London Walks and Summer Term sees the unmissable OJ Day which is a fantastic chance to relax in the sunshine (we hope!) with family and friends for an informal day of fun and great food. 

Make sure we have your contact details so that we can stay in touch and keep you informed about OJ events and email us at if you would like any further information about any forthcoming events.  We also often host other events at St John’s to which OJs would be very welcome so keep an eye on our events page for details of these.


London Walk Chelsea:  Painters, Princes, Punks and Pensioners 

Thursday 30 May 2019


Meet:  Sloane Square tube station

Join this tour with Blue Badge guide Viv Haxby and discover the fascinating history of this exclusive part of London. Originally isolated and home to a community of artists that include Whistler and John Singer Sargent, Chelsea became the home of the swinging 60s and then the punk movement. Today it is one of the capital’s most exclusive residential areas and much of it is owned by one of our aristocratic families.

The tour will finish near the Bluebird Café, Beaufort Street.

Tickets:  £15

Book here

Celebrating 100 years of OJ Day

Sunday 9 June 2019

You are warmly invited to attend this special day at St John’s for all Old Johnians.

OJ Day is for all OJs and their families and includes a barbecue lunch and Pimm’s bar, tours of the School, croquet, face painting, laser gun shooting, archive display, ice cream parlour and music.  

Eucharist service in the Chapel at 11.15am

This event is free to all but please let us know if you are able to join us by clicking  here