Bishop’s Hatfield Alumni / Old Girls’ Association
At Bishop’s we are keen to hear from ex-students and try to keep in touch. It’s a great way of networking and finding out about developments at the school. Many of our ex-pupils are now parents or grandparents of current pupils too!
The Alumni Association publishes news and events on Facebook (to follow click here) and Twitter (to follow click here). Through this, ex-students may find out about their old school and see how much the buildings, curriculum and staff have changed over the years.
To join the Alumni Association please email email@example.com or fill in our short form (click here). There is no charge for membership as communication is through social media and email.
Offering guidance and advice to current students on the increasingly challenging decisions with regard to future career choices is both rewarding and much appreciated by the school. If you are willing to share your experiences with the new generation of students, then we would very much like to hear from you.
Bishop’s Hatfield Old Girls’ Association (BHOGA)
For those ex-students wishing to join a group who meets regularly, then the Bishop’s Hatfield Old Girls’ Association (BHOGA) would very much like to hear from you. This is a friendly and lively networking group of ex-pupils and ex-staff who arrange reunions such as an annual lunch at the school. The committee publish an annual newsletter with news of old girls and staff, arrange reunions and provide a speaker for Prize and Certificate Evening each December.
The Association is self-supporting. The cost of subscription is £20 for 5 years’ membership and any spare funds are used to purchase gifts for the school and to assist current pupils.
The committee are currently working on a project to incorporate a memorial garden in the new landscaping.
If you would like to join the Old Girls’ Association, please click here for the new membership form. We can also be contacted on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The current committee members were at the school between 1960 and 1990 – you may remember some of them: Current Committee Members.