Alumni Day Invitation - Friday 28th June
We are pleased to invite our alumni to our annual Alumni Day, being held on Friday 28th June from 10am until midday. Visitors will have the chance to look around the school, meet current pupils and also other alumni. Be ready to tell your stories about life in the school from previous years to our guides and chat about your memories over refreshments with students, staff and other alumni.
If you would like to attend, then please email Carol Veal (email@example.com) or telephone Carol Veal, on 02380 328200 leaving your name, and the year that you left St Anne’s.
We look forward to welcoming you.
St. Anne’s Alumni Association
St Anne’s is proud to have such a rich and diverse Alumni community. We have around 300 members spanning 8 decades and who are now located all over the world.
We want alumni to continue to feel a part of the St. Anne’s community, to know what the rest of the school community is doing and to know that they still have a part to play in the life and successes of the school. Alumni have played an important role in the school in recent years with past students coming in to see the school, meet with current students to talk about university life and careers, and giving them interview training.
We have linked up with Future First, a national organisation which works with school to promote the role of Alumni in encouraging and supporting current students in their former schools. If you would like to join the St Anne’s Alumni Association, please follow the link below to the Future First website and complete the registration form. Please do pass this information on to any other former pupils that you are still in contact with. We look forward to hearing from you and getting you in touch with the rest of the St. Anne’s Community.
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