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RoundUp 113 : Friday 29th June 2018

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Ellie Bultitude (2008) exhibits her Art work locally in 2018

Ellie Bultitude2 2011Ellie will be exhibiting her work at some upcoming art fairs and shows this summer.

 On a fine sunny weekend (9th – 10th June) on Harpenden common, Ellie, assisted by Mrs Bultitude, displayed and talked about her extensive art work in one of the many art tents.

She will also be exhibiting her accomplished and varied art work on the 6th – 8th July at the Cannual hildwickbury Arts Festival.


PLEASE go along to support Ellie and see her work.


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Pauline Moxham’s trampolinists gain 3 national titles.

Many alumni will have been involved in Miss Moxham’s after school Trampolining Club and may have gained success in the many competitions entered. You may not be surprised to see that Miss Moxham continues to demand high standards to bring out the best.

Her most recent success was published (see below) in the Herts Advertiser (Harpenden Edition); 03May2018.

The trampoline squad from Roundwood Park School who claimed three national titles.

 A school in Harpenden has been crowned national champions in trampolining. Roundwood Park sent five teams to the National School Trampolining finals, held in Belfast.

All five teams had won the regional round in Chesterfield earlier in the year and it had raised hopes for the high achieving squad. And after a very long day of tough competition against strong schools from all around the UK, Roundwood produced a series of excellent routines which saw three of the five teams – the U15 boys and U15 novice boys, plus the U13 girls – take gold. And the remaining two teams, the U19 girls intermediate and U19 girls novice, didn’t disappoint either with both bringing home bronze medals.

There was also individual success with Noah Bates and Ellis Lowry taking bronze in their categories. Coach Pauline Moxham said: “It was an amazing success for this hard working and committed quad.”



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Jonathan Glazier [1979]

Jonathan writes in June 2018

“Still enjoying his long career in Television Production. Currently Executive Producer and Director of Asias Got Talent based in Singapore. Asia’s Got Talent is the most successful show in the Got Talent Franchise, transmitting to 17 countries in South East Asia”.



RoundUp 112 : Friday 15th June 2018

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Simon Mann (1999) : Alumnus of the month; June 2018

Simon Mann 1999Senior Exploration Geoscientist at Shell Myanmar Energy Ltd SME Risks and Volumes

Simon graduated from Edinburgh University with a BSc(hons) in Geology and then an MSc in Petroleum Geoscience from Imperial College, London.

Simon is a highly qualified exploration geologist with over 12 years’ experience covering the full spectrum of subsurface maturation: from New Business Development to development feasibility studies.

Since joining Shell in 2005, his field of work has taken his across the globe to many countries. From the Salym oil fields in Western Siberia, Russia, to Kijswijk in the Netherlands as an exploration Geologist, to Senior Explorer in the Exmouth Plateau and Greater Gorgon in Perth, Australia and now to Malaya.

Simon now lives in Kuala Lampur and still works for Shell as a Senior Exploration Geoscientist as are lead in the Rahine Basin in Myanmar.