James gained a BSc in Computing & Management (Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services) from Loughborough University. He worked for a number of companies on annuities and accounts. He is currently a Senior Account Manager at OLIVER UK in London.
Billy was Head Boy from 2013/2014. He is currently studying Information, Management & Business at Loughborough University from 2014-18. While studying, Billy is also active in a number of relevant pursuits including acting as a Media Representative at the University where he is involved in social media, management and web design. He is also a Brand Ambassador at the university for SW6, a staffing and recruitment agency. Billy is keen to offer help to students who wish to pursue a career in recruitment and offers guidance on his Linked in page.
After his A levels , Andrew went on to Loughborough University to study Mechanical Engineering to gain an MEng. He also gained a diploma in Industrial Studies and is a chartered Engineer [MiMechE]. He has worked for Bentley Motors in Crewe for a number of years and has held several varied positions within the company. He is currently a Functional Project Manager at Bentley Motors.
Following her time at Roundwood, Emily went to Loughborough University to gain a BTec National Diploma in Art & Design and then gained a Certificate in Higher Education from the Open University in Education,Sports Exercise & Management. From there she took up the role of Sports dept. Coordinator at the University of the Nations in MT, USA. On return to the UK she was a group personal trainer and business assistant at Breathing Space Spa. Currently she is a Course Sales Advisor at YMCAfit.
Owen studied Accountancy & Financial Management at Loughborough University where he gained a BSc. Following that he worked at PwC in St Albans and now in Birmingham where he remains as an Assurance Leader.
Owen was a keen hockey player for his local team, Harpenden, and he also played at international level for Wales.
Liverpool striker Natasha Dowie [Far Right on photo , class of 2006] has earned a recall to the England women’s squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Belarus and Turkey. Interim boss coach Brent Hills picked Dowie after she was left out of Euro 2013 by former boss Hope Powell despite being top scorer in the league.
Dowie, 25, is now the Women’s Super League joint top scorer with 10 goals, firing Liverpool to the top of the table with two games remaining. Her last of three caps came in September 2011 against Serbia.
Hills said: “I’ve been impressed with what I’ve seen from this season.
Hills, the Under-23 head coach and former assistant manager to Powell, will take charge of the opening two qualifiers as England set out on the road to Canada 2015.
He added: “We all realise we underperformed severely in the summer, but you don’t become a bad player overnight.
England’s World Cup qualifiers v Belarus and Turkey
- Venue: AFC Bournemouth and Portsmouth FC
- Date: Saturday 21 September and Thursday 26 September
- Time: 13:00 and 19:05 BST
Coverage: Live on BBC One and BBC Three
Women’s Super League: Liverpool & Bristol on track for title decider: Hat trick for Dowie.
By Tony Leighton Women’s football reporter
Liverpool and Bristol Academy both won on Thursday as the prospect of a winner-takes-all title decider between the sides moved a step closer.
Natasha Dowie celebrated her England recall with a hat-trick as the top-of-the-table Reds beat rivals Everton 4-2.
Liverpool 4-2 Everton [Thursday 12th September 2013]
The game opened at a frantic pace and Liverpool went behind after just four minutes, striker Nikita Parris sweeping home a cross from midfielder Jill Scott.
WSL top three
* Correct at 12 September 2013
But the Reds were level within two minutes, Dowie sending a neat lob over goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis. The Toffees almost restored their lead when Scott had a header cleared off the line by midfielder Fara Williams. Play continued to go from end to end before Dowie put Liverpool in front with a close-range finish on 31 minutes from left-back Corina Schroder’s cross.
But Everton stormed back and Parris hoisted a superb 30-yard shot into the roof of the Reds net in the final minute of the first half.
German winger Nicole Rolser squandered a chance to put the home side back in front 10 minutes into the second half. But Gemma Bonner made no mistake in the 64th minute, the defender powering in a far-post header from a Williams corner.
And five minutes from time Dowie completed her hat-trick, with a header from a Rolser cross, to take her season’s goal tally to 18.
[from BBC web site]
After leaving Roundwood Park, Mark gained a BSc(hons) in Computer Science from Loughborough University. He moved to New Zealand where he worked extensively for the military in Architecture & Design in the New Zealand Defence Force. He is currently the Chief Technical Officer for the NZDF.
Sam left in 2006 and after graduating from Loughborough with a BSc (Hons) in Management Sciences, now works for Apple as Customer Loyalty and Business Events Program Manager for Europe.
Astin gained a degree in Sport & Exercise Science from Loughborough University in 2009 and stayed to complete an MSc  in Exercise Physiology where her research project investigated the performance relationship between elite athletes and a control population. Astin then continued to use her sports background to work in Nutrition and in Sales related to sporting events. She is currently a Sports Marketing Account Executive for a sports company in London.
Alice gained a BA(hons) in Textile Design & Print from Loughborough University in 2011. Alice has worked at Brocket Hall whilst attending an internship at Mungo Gurney to gain experience from an up and coming fashion designer. Alice is currently the Menswear Design and Production Manager for the brand Timothy Everest based in Shoreditch, prior to this I was at Jaeger for 5 years as the Menswear Designer.