Distinguished Old Boys and Staff
- Lord Mountbatten
- Baron Charteris of Amisfield: The Queen’s Private Secretary 1972-1977; Provost of Eton College
- Sir Alastair Aird: Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s Private Secretary 1993-2002
- M.P.’s: Keith Joseph; Sir Anthony Berry (died in the 1984 Brighton Bombing); Paul Channon; Kenneth Carlisle.
- Sir William Ehrman: Foreign Office – former UK Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China 2006-2010
- Jonathan Trower: High Sherriff of Hertfordshire (2015)
- Major-General Sir Robert Laycock: Governor of Malta 1954-59
- Arthur Waley: made a Companion of Honour by The Queen in the 1950s for his work translating Chinese and Japanese classic texts
- Q.C.’s: Guy Mansfield; Tom Mitcheson
- Mansoor Ali Khan, The Nawab of Pataudi: Cricket – Captain of India
- F. S. Jackson: Cricket – Captain of England 1905.
- Brian Valentine: Cricket – Captain of Kent, played for England
- Ronnie Aird, MC: Secretary of MCC 1952-1962; President of MCC 1968/69
- Richard Budgett, OBE: Rowing – Olympic Gold Medallist, 1984
- Saif Ali Khan: Bollywood Film Star
- James Honeyborne: BBC Producer of wildlife programmes
- Hugo Williams: British poet and journalist
- Major Richard Willis, VC: awarded the Victoria Cross during the WW1 Gallipoli Campaign
- Tim Brooke Taylor: Comedian
Illustrious families associated with Lockers Park include the Rothschilds and the Bonham-Carters.