The long awaited biography of OP Sir Tom Stoppard (51-54),acclaimed playwright and leading voice in British theatre, was published this month, entitled Tom Stoppard: A life and written by Hermione Lee.
OP Ben McNamara makes a good impression on the pitch, scoring a try in his debut appearance for Hull FC first-team.
A record number of OPs achieve First Class Honours in a diverse range of subjects.
OP Jodie Hill, the Leeds-based employment lawyer, is delighted to have been appointed by the Law Society to sit as a member of its Employment Law Committee.
OP has successfully gained a place to study computer science at a US university
OP Tom Kay recently brought his Birdsong stage role to online screen in a special adaptation filmed to celebrate the anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.
Following the killing of George Floyd and the ensuing global protests, we at Pocklington School are issuing a statement that rejects racism in all forms, reflects on what we have done so far and looks to the future as to how we will do more.
The inaugural OP Manchester Drinks held at The Gas Works Brew Bar on Tuesday 3 March attracted a good crowd of over 20 OPs and staff with leavers ranging from 1958 to 2019.
OP Rob Webber (94-04), Sale Sharks and former England hooker, has announced he will retire from professional ruby union at the end of the 2019-20 season.
Yorkshire Academy prop, Ben Carlile (07-18) has signed a full-time contract with premiership club Sale Sharks.
Pocklington School was used as a film location by production company Five Fifty Five Productions Ltd recently, following an enquiry from OP George Jibson (09-16).
The annual 'Town v Gown' rugby game produced an entertaining encounter that saw the teams all square at the break before the Old Pocklingtonians pulled away in the second half to retain the Bottomley Trophy by 29-46.
Tributes have been pouring in for former pupil and long-serving former teacher of Pocklington School, Malcolm Milne, who sadly passed away in the early hours of Tuesday 31 December 2019, aged 76.