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A great first step would be to sign up to our mailing list that will keep you up to date on what’s currently going on at the school. As an ex-student you might simply like to have a nosey and see what your old school is like these days. Check out the photo galleries we have on the site:
For the more curious types, you might wish to come and have a look around. We can organise tours for small groups or facilitate larger reunions with a little advance notice. Get in touch through the Enquiries page, or by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
We are also looking for ex-students who have an interesting story to tell. It might be your memories of attending school, or what happened after. We’d like to post your stories on the site. Other students choose to give something back by taking advantage of numerous opportunities to volunteer at the school. Register with the society using the links at the bottom of the page.
Help us reach more people by sharing this website on your social networks using the links at the bottom of the page.
If you are a member of the local community, or a community group we welcome you to get in touch for a tour, or to make enquiries about using our facilities.
You might also like to arrange to:
- come in and talk to our students about community issues
- access focus groups of students
- advertise and canvas for volunteers for worthy community projects
- volunteer to help out at the school
We are always looking for employers and employees to visit us and talk to students about careers. We’d love to have you visit us and engage with the next generation of youngsters to talk about what you do, and how students can access careers in your industry in the future. We are also constantly on the lookout for employers who would be willing to take on work experience students in July each year.
If you can help us out with any of the following, please register with us today and we will be in touch:
- careers information and guidance (talks, presentations, workplace visits)
- work experience placements
- voluntary holiday work placements
The area surrounding the school has a rich, varied history. We’d like to start to build a definitive archive of the history of the school and surrounding area. You might have stories to tell, old photographs or historical oddities to share.
If you think you could help contribute, please get in touch.