Should you have any information about those listed or indeed those who are not currently included, please get in touch. Thanks to our alumni who have already shared information about their peers.
Featured Alumni are those for whom we have been able to obtain additional information either from our alumnus directly or close friends and relatives.
Neil Ardley, musician, author
Douglas Allen, Baron Croham, Senior Civil Servant
Ray Baker, Surrey Cricket player and English and Wales Cricket Board coach
Prof Harold Barlow, Engineer, Pender Chair of University College London, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, 1950–1966, University College London professor
Herbert Barrie, MRCPCH, paediatrician, co-founder of the Neonatal Society and the British Association of Perinatal Medicine
John Cameron, composer, musician and recording artist, wrote theme music for Top of the Pops, orchestrator of Les Misérables
Ryan Cummins, retired county cricketer, (Leicestershire and Northamptonshire)
Lord Deighton, Commercial Secretary to the Treasury. Former investment banker and executive of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games 2012. For more information click here
Sunny Edwards, professional flyweight and super flyweight boxer
Norman Long, social anthropologist and Professor Emeritus at Wageningen University, Netherlands
Mark Pallen, Professor of Microbial Genomics at the University of East Anglia, captain of winning team from Imperial College in University Challenge, 1995–96
John Randall, CBE, former President of the National Union of Students, senior civil servant
Malcolm Savidge, former Member of Parliament for Aberdeen North
J. Seaton, Physics Professor University College London, Royal Astronomical Society President
Ivan Tyrrell, psychotherapist, educator and artist, founder of The Therapist journal (now 'Human Givens'), Director of Human Givens College
Philip Wilcocks, CB, DSC, DL, RoyalNavy officer (Rear Admiral)
Chris Woodhead, former HM Chief Inspector of Schools.
Philip Yea, Vodafone Director, British Heart Foundation Chair, Prince Andrew, Duke of York Advisor
- David Bond, Financial Times Security & Defence Editor, Former BBC Sports Editor
- Michael Green, Chief Executive Officer, Social Progress Imperative
- Arnold Long, Cricket player for Surrey and Sussex
- G.C. - Colin Powell, Economic Adviser to the Northern Irish Government and the States of Jersey
- Nick Ross, Presenter Crimewatch
- Mark Thurston, engineer, Chief Executive Officer of HS2 rail network project
Wallington County Grammar School is proud to have one of the most talented and successful networks of Old Boys and Old Girls of any school in the country.
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