Karen Drury

  1. Interlink Recruitment Supports Bursaries at Withington

    We would like to express our sincere thanks to Daniel and Louis Rosenthal whose company, Interlink Recruitment, has made a generous donation to our Bursary Fund.

    The brothers, who both attended an independent school, recognise the importance of a bursary …

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  2. Alumna Denise Awarded Referee of the Year

    Denise Parnell (Class of 1979) is an alumna who is truly breaking through the glass ceiling in her chosen field. Denise was awarded the accolade of Referee of the Year by the Association of British Tennis Officials and the LTA …

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  3. Withington’s First Giving Day

    On 22nd and 23rd March, we celebrated our first ever Giving Day.

    Students, staff, parents, alumnae and the wider Withington community came together in various challenges raising over £70,000 for our Bursary Fund.

    Our students unlocked £4,343 by running 4,343 …

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  4. New Tree at WGS Marks Newnham 150th Anniversary

    We were delighted to welcome members from MACUW, The Manchester Association of Cambridge University Women, who visited Withington in November to mark the planting of a new tree in the Withington grounds. It has been donated by MACUW to celebrate …

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  5. Bronya’s Boat Race

    We were absolutely delighted that alumna Bronya Sykes (Class of 2018) was part of this year’s winning Cambridge eight in the Women’s University Boat Race.

    Bronya was originally selected for the 2020 race but unfortunately the race was cancelled due …

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  6. Portrait Project to say Thank You to Key Worker WGS Alumnae

    During the first lockdown WGS Head of Art, Ruth Fildes, inspired by a national project, suggested saying thank you to WGS alumnae who were key workers by offering to paint their portraits.

    “Inspired by the highly successful and wonderfully inspirational …

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  7. VE Day and Withington

    We marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday 8th May by looking back at how life and learning were affected for our school community during World War ll in our virtual assembly this morning.

    The assembly took the …

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