Most recently, I am sad to confirm the death of Lawrence Aegerter (class of 1990) which was first published in the Guernsey Press on 10/04/2018. “Tragically and suddenly, at home, on 1st April 2018. Dearly loved son of Nick and Claudine of Ayot St Lawrence, Herts, brother of James, adored and most precious Dad of […]
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Reading FC Women are very pleased to announce the arrival of striker Natasha Dowie, who joins the club after spending the previous season at AC Milan. A full England international, with a wealth of team and individual trophies over the course of a career that has seen her play in six different countries, Dowie brings […]
I have just completed a post graduate certificate in medical image reporting and am now a qualified msk reporting radiographer. Since sixth form (2009) I studied radiography at City university, London and have been at Addenbrookes hospital in Cambridge since 2012. This year has been the hardest of my career with studying and working front […]
Family-run café brings welcome refreshments to Nomansland Victoria Smith and her team at West End Barns, near Heartwood Forest and Nomansland Common, Wheathampstead. You may have spotted a sign for a new café – West End Barns – just along from the car par. Open at the weekends, I went along last Saturday to find […]
Dear Roundwood alumni, Several of you may remember me from your days at Roundwood Park. I continue to have the privilege of teaching here at Roundwood Park in my role as Head of Humanities… though I’m sure the students aren’t as lovely as they used to be!! I’m contacting you as I know many of […]
From 2016-2020 I was working for Nanyang Technological University Singapore, conducting research into autonomous (self-driving) road vehicles. While out there I fell back into the healthy habit of cycling regularly and enjoyed competing in some cycling events in Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. I am now back in London doing broader intelligent/future mobility work at the […]
We recently [March 2021] received this sad news from RPS Alumna Kate Vale (1983) “I am writing to inform you of my father’s passing. David French was a woodwork, metalwork and technical drawing teacher from 1962 until around 1967 whilst Mr Foxwell was head. He later moved into the primary sector and was head of […]
Congratulations to Alex Thomas who writes….. I am writing to inform the Alumni Association with the good news that my PhD thesis in Archaeology and Anthropology at Bristol University has been accepted by my examiners. The thesis explored the archaeological and manuscript landscapes of the Danelaw Boundary of the late 9th century. Due to the […]
Mr Andy Porter (Head of Humanities and Geography teacher) and Rebecca (Nee Way) Porter ( PE teacher) are delighted to announce the birth of their daughter. “Becs and I are thrilled to welcome our baby girl, Ava Elizabeth Porter into our family. She was born with a bang on bonfire night at 9:45, weighing 8lb […]
A £500,000 fundraising campaign to help save the life of a Redbourn student suffering from leukaemia has smashed its target in days. Alviar Cohen has what he describes as “the bad kind of leukaemia” as he is in the 10 per cent of patients who cannot be cured. Intense chemotherapy; a bone marrow transplant from […]