Alumni

Alumni news

Massive congratulations to Siobhan-Marie O'Connor who won a silver

medal at Rio 2016 for 200m individual medley swimming.

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Sionhan-Marie on her recent visit to Ralph Allen School


Congratulations to Oliver Sourbut who gained a first class degree in Maths

and Music from the University of Birmingham.  Oli scored 96% and was the top student in his year group.  He is going to work at Towers Watson in London as a computer programmer.

And congratulations to Pip Burrows who has just gained BA Hons First Class in Graphic and Media Design.  London College of Communications, University of The Arts, London.

Former students - please join our alumni network

Please sign up for Future First when you leave!

We are always delighted to hear from our former students. You can still play an important role in the life of Ralph Allen School by returning to talk about your own experiences of university and the workplace, thus inspiring the next generation.

To help stay connected with our former students, we have teamed up with a charity called Future First who believe that every school should be supported by a thriving, engaged alumni community.

How does it work?

Future First collects your contact information and uses it to allow us to stay in touch with you; your contact details won't be used by anyone else. You'll get emails and texts with news from Ralph Allen School, and you can choose if and when to support us.

How do I join?

If you are a former student and wish to join, click here.

If you are a year 11 or 13 student who is leaving and wish to join, click here.

Alumni News

Summer visitors

We welcomed a group of alumni to the Summer Open Morning - they really enjoyed touring the school with Mr Rose and revisiting old haunts.

Congratulations to Sophie Cleverley (class of 2008) (in the photo gallery, right) who had her first book - The Lost Twin - published in 2015 by Harper Collins, following a creative writing course at Bath Spa University and a masters' degree.  This is the first book in a trilogy about Scarlet and Ivy, who are twins attending a creepy boarding school in the 1930s.

Laura Maddox (class of 2008) was our Guest of Honour at the Celebration Evening on 9 July 2015.  Laura 's progression as a top-class 400m sprinter continues - she recently linked up with the Great Britain team for the European Team Championships in Russia. The 25-year-old from Claverton Down was one of six named in the 4x400m relay squad. Laura said: 'It's my second GB call-up, which is fantastic, and now I will go here and work hard in training and see if I am selected to run.'

Read more: http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk/Bath-athletics-round-including-Avon-Schools/story-26723717-detail/story.html#ixzz3eRsu9NNj