Dr Kieran Nunn

Kieran Nunn (2002)

Kieran is currently an Intensive Care Medicine & Anaesthetic trainee within the NHS. Prior to this Kieran’s career in medicine began with BSc in Pharmacology and then his MBBS at Kings College, London. He then spent two years at the University of Glasgow before working as a registrar in NHS Scotland.


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Dr Saul Wilson on Shetland and BBC1

Saul Wilson Island medics 2017After leaving Roundwood Park, Saul Wilson ( class of 2004), he attended the University of Cardiff for five years, where he fully qualified as a Doctor of Medicine and Surgery. He has spent the past years on rotation, working for two years for NHS Grampian in Aberdeen and then on Stornoway, Isle of Lewis. He is now in A&E at the most remote UK Hospital of Gilbert Bain in Lerwick, Shetlands. He will appear in a BBC documentary , Island Medics, scheduled to be televised on BBC1 on December 6th at 0915-1000h. Alternatively it can be viewed on the BBC iPlayer.

“Junior Doctor and newcomer to Shetland Dr Saul Wilson (pictured) is thrown in at the deep end, when two serious cases arrive simultaneously into Accident and Emergency.

Dr Wilson will need to use all his skills and rely on the vast experience of Shetland’s nursing staff if he is to provide the care required.

Away from the hospital, viewers will get to meet the doctor working on the isle of Unst – the most northerly practice in the United Kingdom. And two of the new junior doctors take to the water to try out a popular Shetland hobby.”



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Rachelle Shafei [2005]

Rachelle is currently a Neurology Registrar at the Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Foundation Trust. Rachelle studied at University College, London, gaining a bachelor’s degree in Physiology and then an M.B.B.S ( bachelor of medicine, bachelor of Surgery).

‘Homeless’ James Beavis (2007) raises over £40K for homeless charity.

My names James Beavis and I’m going homeless for a month this Christmas on the streets of London to raise funds and awareness for the homelessness charity Crisis.

From the 9th of December until the 9th of January I will take to the streets, taking nothing but a bag of clothes and a sleeping bag. I will document this using a phone and aim to upload a video daily, though I will have no contact with family or loved ones during this time. I will beg for money and food and sleep in the street, trying to recreate as realistic an experience as possible.

The average Homeless man dies at 47 and the average homeless woman dies at just 43. To give you some perspective this is lower than Somalia. Crisis does incredible work throughout the year but at Christmas they do something truly special. When other shelters close their doors, Crisis open their arms, welcoming over 4000 guests who have no home. Not only do they offer kindness, warm food and somewhere to rest; they offer a route into longer-term support for those who are being failed by the system. However this comes at a cost and with your help we can make sure that everyone who needs support this Christmas can receive it.

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You can donate to Crisis here :

Robin Mann [1989]

After his A levels, Robin went to study Engineering at Swansea University. After this he studied Medicine at the University of Wales College of Medicine which was followed up by taking an MSC in Health Education at UCL

Robin was then appointed Development Manager at the Royal College of Physicians and later as Head of Clinical Design at NHS Wales Information Service.

He then  moved to Australia as a Senior Manager at KPKM Australia in Brisbane. He is currently Director of KPMG Australia in Sidney.

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Ellie Brand [2008]

Ellie studied  Biology, Chemistry, Psychology and General Studies in the Sixth Form and took a year out working as a teaching assistant at the school. The following year she went up to Sheffield University to study medicine and graduated with a MBChB [1st class hons] in July 2014. She now has placements as a house doctor in Rotherham and Sheffield for the next two years.

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Francesca Solari [2007]

Having completed a BSc in Physiology with Pharmacology from the University of Sheffield and an MPhil in Respiratory Medicine from the University of Manchester, Francesca is currently studying Medicine at the University of Sheffield.

She has also offered to help out with students who are thinking of applying to study Medicine and Science degrees.

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Anna (nee Williams) Benson [2000]

‘After graduating from Nottingham University Medical School, Anna completed a Hospital Medical Rotation, and further GP training. She worked as a doctor in SW London for 12 years before coming home to Harpenden.  Anna married Jonathan Benson in 2003, and they have 2 girls and a spaniel.  They are enjoying living back in Harpenden near to their friends and family’

Kieran Nunn

Kieran Nunn [2002]

In the Sixth Form, Kieran studied Biology, Chemistry, Geography and Psychology at A level. He was also appointed Head Boy. Kieran then went to Kings College London where he gained a BSc in Pharmacology and went on to qualify in Medicine with an MBBS. His first position as a practising doctor was at the Great Western Infirmary in Glasgow where he worked for two years as a House Doctor. Dr Nunn is currently at the Edinburgh Infirmary where he is training in Anaesthetist and Critical Care. [ He says “he did not want to waste the chemistry”]

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Richard Dillon [1990]

Richard studied A’levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics before gaining a BA in Medicine from Oxford University in 2001. He then went on to qualify in Medicine MBBS from University College London. He is now a Specialist Registrar in Haematology at Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals.