We are proud of Oakham’s long and rich history and over the years have been able to build up a fascinating collection of archive material: photos, essays, past editions of the Oakhamian magazine, items of school uniform, to name but a few.
The Oakham School Archives provide a historical record of Oakham School and are available to Oakhamians past, present and future, as well as to members of the public.
To explore the Archives' collections, please follow this link to our catalogue.
I am delighted to be the School's first-ever full-time Archivist, having previously been Assistant Archivist from 2018-2021. Having studied History and English Studies at Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, I joined Oakham School in 2016 as a French Assistant, and moved into Rushebrookes in 2017 as a Resident Tutor, where I still reside. I began splitting my time between the French Department and the Archives in 2018, before making the swap permanent in 2020. I find researching and exploring the Collection very rewarding, as well as working with Oakhamians and Old Oakhamians to expand their (and my own) knowledge of the School’s history. I love spending time with the girls in house, and in my free time, I am a keen rugby fan and avid reader.