As a 90-year-old School, it is important to remember its roots and to look back and marvel at the progress made over a period of 90 years.
Many of our Old Pilgrims are very distinguished in their field and many acknowledge the positive part The Pilgrims' School played in their education. Those who visit the School are astonished by the expansion that has taken place and are delighted with the all-pervading happy atmosphere. In return, our current boys love to hear about the School in 'the olden days' and are delighted to discover that 'boys' in the 1930s were just as noisy and cheeky as they are today. That mixture of the old and the new is something we should cherish and foster.