Advice

See how you can help as a parent or delve into the experiences of our past students for some inspiration

 

WGHS Alumni

As a former student you will always be a part of the WGHS community. Whatever you are doing now we would love to hear from you, and hope you keep in touch

How can you support your school

The Girls’ High has a long and established history of providing outstanding education for girls for over 100 years. The school prides itself on its traditions, but we do not stand still, we are striving for continuous improvement. One of the ways in which we think our provision for current students can be enhanced is by making links between our past and future generations.

 

Should you wish to help make a diffrence to the future careers of our current students here are some ways you can get involved.

 

Speakers

 

Pass on your knowledge and skills by coming back to school to talk about your experiences and profession.

 

Careers Fairs


Come and be an exhibitor at one of our careers fairs.

Host a student on work experience

We are always looking for high quality work experinace placement for our year 10 and Sixth form students. 

Other Opportunities 

If they are any additional opportunities that you could offer our students such as extended work experience over a holiday, then please get in touch.

If you feel that you could offer any of these opportunities to our students then please get in touch

Alumni Career Profiles

We are delighted to be able to share with you some of the careers that our past students have gone on to follow.

Sue Clark
MD of a Translation Company
Fiona Hammond
Senior Business Analyst/Consultant
Harriet-Rose Noons
Systems Engineer
Rachael Lem
PhD Researcher
Rebecca Couchman-Crook
University Student
Alexandra Tonks
PhD student at the University of Reading
Laura Bould
Teacher of Biology
Rose McGrath
Responsible Sourcing Manager at Waitrose
Kate Wainwright
Physics Teacher
Catherine Rushton
Performance Manager
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