Our current Year 12 students are about to embark on the UCAS process; with so many decisions to make, we invited RMS alumnae back to school to speak to the students about their own courses and universities to help them as they refine their choices.

25 recent leavers who are currently at university returned to school to pass on their advice and give unbiased insights into their courses and university towns. Time was set aside for the Year 12 students to circulate around the Great Hall, first speaking to alumnae representing courses including Chemical Engineering, Medicine, Modern Languages, Psychology, History and International Relations, Classical Vocal Studies and Geography to name just a few. The alumnae were then given time to share their experiences of their universities up and down the country from Durham to LSE to Exeter.

After the session with Year 12, alumnae were joined by their former teachers for drinks in the New Mark Hall. It was wonderful to see the recent leavers back at school catching up with friends and teachers, and we are extremely grateful to all those who took part.

 Lucia Hull, Development Manager