St Mary's has joined forces with Future First to help us reconnect with our fantastic former students!
Future First works with former students like you to help keep you connected with St Mary's. We think our alumni are inspiring role models with a wealth of experience and advice to share with our current students. There will be opportunities to educate, inform and inspire current students about what they could go on to do.
Put simply: if you can do it, so can they!
Future First collects your contact information and uses it to allow us to stay in touch. Future First is a charity, so they won't give your contact details away to anyone, and you won’t get any annoying calls.
You’ll receive occasional updates from St Mary's with news and opportunities to get involved in supporting the students following in your footsteps.
The great thing is, you’ll still be connected to us and your teachers will get to hear about your successes and the amazing things you have gone on to do!
If you would like to join our alumni network please click the following link, and share it with your old school friends!
SIGN UP NOW...it only takes a minute!
If you are a current student and expect to leave this summer, please sign up here;
If you have any questions, please let me know!
Here are just some of our successful former students...
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