The SHSK Society exists to maintain and build the links between School, our Old Girls, former staff, Governors and Foundation Trustees.
Friendships forged at school are some of the strongest friendships of your lifetime. Through the SHSK Society we endeavour to stay in contact with the wider St Helen’s family; to help you reconnect with people you may have lost contact with and to keep you in touch with School, through a range of events, reunions and communications.
We are especially proud of our former pupils and are delighted that so many Old Girls are in regular contact with St Helen’s, and each other, after they leave School. They form a key part of the SHSK Society.
Dawn Wedge, Alumnae and Communications Manager, manages our alumnae database that forms the basis of our mailing list for newsletters, invitations and magazines. If you are an Old Girl or former member of staff and would like to register to receive information from the school or simply need to update your details, please use the 'update your details' link at the left of this page.
Want to 'find a friend'? drop us an email (email@example.com) and we'll do our best to put you in touch.
Dawn also organises reunions, and other events, for former pupils and staff and communicates with the 3,700 Old Girls with whom we are in regular contact and is also responsible for the publication of The SHSK Society Old Girls’ Newsletter - published annually and packed full of interesting news of former pupils. To submit news for the 2014 edition, please use the link at the left of this page or click here.
We are enormously grateful for the generosity of our Old Girls, many of them give up their time to offer university or careers advice, others are able to offer internships and work experience or can help find accomodation - a true network of talent and knowledge! If you are able to offer any support please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Current pupils also enjoy meeting our Old Girls when they return to school to give careers advice, attend reunions or simply to visit the ‘old’ school again.
If you are an Old Girl of the school, you might also like to keep in touch via Facebook.