Famous former students of Ralph Allen School
Among the notable alumni are the following:
Jeremy Guscott – left approx. 1981
A former rugby union outside centre who played for Bath, England and the British and Irish Lions. He also appeared for England on the wing. He is currently a TV sports commentator and businessman.
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor - left 2013
An English competitive swimmer who has represented Great Britain at the Olympic Games, the FINA World Aquatics Championships and the LEN European Aquatics Championships, and England at the Commonwealth Games.
Sophie Kamlish – left 2014
British Paralympic athlete who competes in sprint events in T44 events. She represented Great Britain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics and 2016 Summer Paralympics.
Danny Wallace – left 1995
British filmmaker, comedian, writer, actor, and presenter of radio and television.
Scott Sinclair – left 2006
An English professional footballer who plays as a winger for Celtic. He represented England at youth level, from the under-17s to the under-21s, and also played for Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics.
Serena Guthrie – left 2008
A 2018 Commonwealth Games Gold Medal netball team winner. The England women’s team gained the Gold medal in a spectacular 52 - 51 defeat over favourites to win Australia. Huge congratulations to the whole team! She is from Jersey and plays in the Center and Wing Defence positions. A dynamic player, known for her speed and athleticism, with a keen eye for the intercept. She is currently a Bath netball teacher.
Fergus Feilden – left 2001
Founding Director of Feilden Fowles Architects, winners of Young Architect of the Year 2016 and many other prestigious architecture awards. Fergus designed two iconic Ralph Allen Buildings, the Lee Sixth Form Centre and the Rose Building.
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