As part of International Nurses’ Day, we would like to share some inspirational stories from our Old Girls who became nurses themselves.
Old Girls' Association
The Farnborough Hill Old Girls' Association is a community that extends far and wide, though the Association remains an integrated part of the Hill. The Farnborough Hill Old Girls' Association (FHOGA) is open to all former students. Former staff are also honorary members. We send out an annual newsletter, have a closed Facebook group, organise annual reunions and other events during the year and administer the Old Girls' Scholarship Fund.
As a result of the support of our Old Girl community, whether that is their time or careers expertise, we provide Farnborough Hill pupils with the tools to thrive and the inspiration to go out and make change in the world. The generosity of our Old Girl community affords our pupils with the skills necessary to become tenacious, resilient individuals.
Please email us to become a member, join the committee or to send in ideas and suggestions.
Sixth Form Scholarship
We award one prestigious Sixth Form Scholarship each year from the Old Girls' Scholarship Fund. This relies on fundraising events and donations from generous Old Girls.
To further enrich our connection with our heritage we have, in consultation with the Old Girls’ Association Committee, renamed the Old Girl Scholarship, the Lafosse Scholarship.
Share Your News
Let us know what you have been up to since leaving the Hill. We love hearing your news and sharing it with the alumnae network.
As one of the old girl scholars I strive to be a good role model for the younger pupils and get involved in school life as much as I can.
Hannah, Old Girl Scholar
Today (Monday 24 January 2022) marks International Day of Education. Over the next few days, we will explore the theme of the importance of education with our current pupils on our Social Media pages. We also wanted to hear from our Old Girls who became educators themselves. Both Claudia and Isabella got in touch to share their experiences, and we feel they highlight the importance of education perfectly.
Last Saturday, the School should have been echoing with footsteps of old for our annual reunion of past pupils and staff. There has been a reunion at School, during peacetime, since 1926, so it was with disappointment we moved this to a virtual event.