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Will Browning Harriet Cooke wedding photo july2018

Will Browning and Harriet Cooke get married

Will Browning (class of ’10) married Harriet Cook (now Browning, class of ’11) in July 2018Will Browning Harriet Cooke wedding photo july2018. Will, working for Diageo, and Harriet, a pediatric nurse are living happily in St Albans with their rescue dog Molly.

 

Alex Rollings 2010

Alex Rollings (2010)

Alex studied Illustration & Visual Communication at Westminster University before going on to develop his entrepreneurial and creative skills in a range of enterprises. He is currently the CEO and co-founder of Creative Debuts based in London.

 

Rowan Maltby 2010

Rowan Maltby [2010]

After a BA hons in Business Studies with Operations Management and Project Management from Bournemouth University, Rowan is now a Project Management Consultant at pcubed in Bournemouth.

Jacob George Samuels 2010

Jacob George-Samuels [2010]

Jacob gained a Batchelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Liverpool. He is currently a graduate Engineer at Renishaw in Herts.

Fiona Lunn [2010]

Fiona graduated with a 1st class honours degree in Economics & Management from Aston University. During this time Fiona gained experience as a Recruitment Assistant with NHS Professionals and as an Analyst at ofgem in retail company policy. Fiona is currently working at KPMG in London as a graduate in the Economics and Disputes team in the risk consulting department.

July 2016

Matthew Collison [2010]

Matt joined RPS in the Sixth Form to study his A levels. He then went to Southampton University and gained a BSc , 1st class honours, in Podiatric Medicine/Podiatry.

He then spent a year at the University of Leeds, within the School of Biomedical Sciences, on an internship within the Arthritis Research UK Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis, where he investigated training patterns and injury in elite and amateur triathletes.

He returned to Southampton to complete his Master of Research (MRes) in Clinical and Health Research.

Currently Matt is working as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Podiatrist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust hospital.

He is also a Specialist Podiatrist to the department of rheumatology at King’s College, London.

Medals galore for Baggio at champs

Max Baggio [2010] will need a bigger case on his return from the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships – after securing six medals from eight events.

The Harpenden skier claimed one gold, four silver and a bronze at the championships in the French resort of Tignes, which decided both national and junior titles. His one success came in the junior downhill where he went one better than the senior race.

The super G, a similar event to the downhill, saw the 20-year-old pick up silvers in both age groups while the giant slalom races saw him come away with a silver and a bronze. Unfortunately he failed to finish in both slalom events.

Speaking after winning gold in the downhill, Baggio said: “It’s a good feeling. I was happy with the top section of my run, I came to the Rossignol jump and then there was a compression and I got a bit low and late there but apart from that I was happy with it.

“When I crossed the finish line I thought my time was probably good enough to win although there is always a chance the other guys could have caught me. “I’m happy with how I’ve done in all the speed events this week. I was happy with my downhill run [in the senior race] even though it was only second place – it was solid.” The championships are the biggest event of the year for the British ski racing world and Delancey are the principal sponsor for the sixth year running.

To follow the progress of the Delancey British Alpine Ski Team visit www.teambss.org.uk or follow @teambss on Twitter. As principal sponsor of British Ski and Snowboard, Delancey is proud to be able to provide British athletes with the support they require to win World Cup and Winter Olympic medals. For more information visit www.delancey.com

Article reprinted from Herts Advertiser, Harpenden Edition, 31st March 2016

Oliver McGaw [2010]

Oliver gained a BA in English Literature from the University of York. Having gained experience from a few internships, he then opted to go to the Kaplan Law School to obtain a GDL (Graduate Diploma in Law). He is currently a trainee solicitor  at Holman Fenwick Willan LLP.

Charlotte Coleman 2010

Charlotte Coleman [2010] – Ph.D. chemist

Charlotte having gained a 1st class honours Master’s degree in chemistry from the University of Bristol has now registered for a Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry at Imperial College , London.

Natalie Goch

Natalie Goch [2010] starts Snowflake Holidays

After school, Natalie spent half the year working in a school in South Africa and then spent the ski season in Canada, during which time she took exams for and became qualified as a Ski Instructor, Snowboard Instructor and Ski Instructor for the Disabled. She returned to the UK to start a course in Sport & Physical Education at the University of Bedfordshire. However, midway through the course Natalie opted to focus on her passion for skiing, first as an instructor in Switzerland and then as a ski guide and chalet manager in Switzerland, Spain and Austria. Currently Natalie has set up her own holiday company called Snowflake Holidays (www.snowflakeholidays.co.uk) and is about to open her first property in Filzmoos, Austria ready for the first summer season.