The SHSK Society exists to maintain and build the links between School, Old Girls, former staff and Governors.
We are delighted that so many Old Girls are in regular contact with St Helen and St Katharine and one another, after they leave School. Friendships forged at school are some of the strongest of your lifetime. Through the SHSK Society we endeavour to stay in contact with the wider St Helen and St Katharine family; to help you reconnect with people you may have lost contact with and to keep you in touch with the School, through a range of events, reunions and regular news.
SHSK Society activities include annual year group reunions, the annual Old Girls Lax Match and a new series of Professional Networking Events. The SHSK Society Old Girls Newsletter is published annual and packed full of interesting news of Old Girls and former staff as well as giving an insight into school life at St Helen and St Katharine today.
We are enormously grateful for network of talent and knowledge amongst Old Girls, many of whom generously give their time to mentor Sixth Form students through the Kate Scheme, provide university or careers advice or offer work experience. If you are able to offer any support please get in touch.
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Join the network of St Helen and St Katharine alumnae
We are delighted to introduce our new online networking platform for alumnae and former staff, shsksociety.org.uk. If you would like to register to receive SHSK Society communications or just need to update your details, you can simply do so by joining the new SHSK Society network.
There is so much you can gain from joining. You will be able to:
- Reconnect with old friends from school
- Grow and enrich your professional links through the alumnae community
- Share and celebrate your news
- Gain exclusive access to school magazines and photos
- Find out about reunions and networking events
- Update your details to receive SHSK Society communications