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News > Alumnae Interviews
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Catherine talks about getting the balance between home and work life, and memories of summer terms at Roedean More...

Ann talks about being far from an ideal student until finding her calling as a Barrister. More...

To celebrate Mother's Day, we were delighted to speak with 3 generations of ORs about their time at Roedean. More...

Claire gives an insight into the not-for profit organisation she is a director of, as well as sharing her favourite memories of Roedean and what is on… More...

Baroness Philippa Couttie gives an insight into her work in the House of Lords, shares what practical items she would take to a desert island and what… More...

OR Juliet Mabey

Juliet Mabey OBE, founder of award-winning publishing firm Oneworld, shares her career path which has even included working in a circus and kibbutz be… More...

We were delighted to chat with OR Margot Chaundler OBE (Wilkin, No. 4, 1962-67). More...

For World Mental Health Day we chatted with child and adolescent psychiatrist Sophia Williams (Borthwick, No. 4, 1985-88) whose career was inspired by… More...

September's monthly alumnae interview is with the talented Judith Ng (No.1, 1998-2003), who is an Associate Architect at Spacelab. More...

This month we spoke to Iris Kwok (No. 1, 2000-04) about her time at Roedean and what a huge influence her time at School had on her career choices lat… More...

This month, Zoë Green (No. 2, 1988-95), a Hollywood Film and TV writer, reminisces on the 'Roedean resilience', theatrical shenanigans at School and s… More...

May's monthly alumnae interview is with Yang-May Ooi (No. 3, 1975-80) an award-winning theatre maker, TEDx speaker, writer and podcaster. More...

June's monthly alumnae interview is with the talented fashion designer Tianyi Li (No. 3, 2003-10). More...

This month, we had the privilege of speaking with Clare Prebble (No. 4, 1999-2004), principal scientist at the Marine Megafauna Foundation. More...

With the move to a virtual school, one of the departments with the biggest challenge was the PE department. PE Teacher Louise Bamford reports here on … More...

A beautiful poem about the pandemic, by OR Nini Okey-Uche. More...

OR Caitlin Boyland (No.1, 2006-2011) achieves gold in BUCS rowing championship. More...

OR Saffron Amis takes on a 24-hour radio challenge to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society. More...

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