TEACHING VACANCIES AT COLLEGE
Whether you’re a newly qualified graduate or experienced teacher, do look at these opportunities to return to College as a teacher. The exceptional environment, the quality of the facilities, the expertise of your colleagues and the appetite for learning of the girls are hard to beat.
Please follow the link for our latest vacancies.
ST AUSTIN'S TEA ON SUNDAY 26 APRIL FROM 3PM-6PM (RSVP by 20th April)
The Boarding House project at College is well under way, with St Helen’s being due to move out of their temporary accommodation in Bunwell in the summer holidays. At this point, we will be leaving St Austin’s and moving into the temporary accommodation in our turn, so that through the academic year 2015/16 St Austin’s can be stripped out and rebuilt internally. The work will be substantial and will result in a very new looking St Austin's – at least internally. We would love to invite all former St Austin's girls back for a final look at SA as it has been over the first 82 years that it has been in this building. Please do join us for tea, a good chance to catch up and a wander around the House. We are hoping that the weather will be lovely and that we will be able to have a real Garden Party atmosphere.
Please let us know if you can come and we will really look forward to seeing you.
Housemistress of St Austin’s since 2004
RSVP by 20th April 2015 to email@example.com
GUILD AGM AND REUNION - SATURDAY 16 MAY AND SUNDAY 17 MAY
On Saturday 16th May the Guild AGM will be held in Collegeand will coincide with the College Reunion for all those who are Class of 2010, 2005, 2000, 1995, 1990, 1985, 1980, 1975, 1970, 1965, 1960, 1955, 1950 and beyond. All Guild and Honorary members are welcome!
The Saturday morning will start with the Lower College Scholars’ Recital at 9.15am, followed by Prayers at 10.10am and the Guild AGM and Daughter Schools Talk at 11.30am. Full details are included in Guild News 2015 (together with a Green reply form), a few highlights are listed below:-
LC Scholars’ Recital in Princess Hall
Coffee and Registration in GCR
Break/Coffee in Lower Hall
Guild AGM and Daughter Schools Talk in Lower Hall
CAMEO – Highlights from Mamma Mia
House and Field visits and Lacrosse – CLC 1st XII and Guild XII
Centenary Tea at Sidney Lodge
Drinks and Canapés at the Parabola Arts Centre
College will also be open on Sunday morning from 9.30am until 12 noon for members to look around or attend the Christian Aid Service in the PH.
If you would like to attend, please complete and return the reply form. The price is £20 per head (£21 if booked online). Tickets can be booked online by clicking here or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. To see a list of local hotels offering favourable rates please click here. A list of attendees will appear here nearer the time. We look forward to seeing you there!
GUILD REUNION DINNER – SATURDAY 16 MAY (NEW EVENT)
For the first time we are delighted be able to offer dinner in the Princess Hall after the Reunion on Saturday 16th May.
After the rigours of reuniting all day we thought we would give you the opportunity to “kick back”, abandon your stilettos and return for a relaxed dinner in the Princess Hall. Or, if you are unable to come for the Reunion day but want to come just for dinner please do! Details of the menu are on the Dinner Reply Form.
7.30 pm Drinks
8.00 pm Dinner in the PH
The cost of £35.00 includes a welcoming glass of sparkling wine, a three course meal, cheese and biscuits, tea, coffee and chocolates with half a bottle of wine per person.
Tables seat 8 comfortably or 10 very cosily so please feel free to buy a whole table for your house or year group.
If you would like to attend please complete and return the Dinner Reply Form together with a cheque for £35 made payable to the Cheltenham Ladies’ College to the Guild Office, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Bayshill Road, Cheltenham GL50 3EP by Friday 25 April or pay online (£36) by clicking here.
Please contact Helle Beck-Andersen to reserve your table or if you have any questions email email@example.com or telephone 01242 707059.
VISIT TO COMPTON VERNEY - WEDNESDAY 15TH JULY
The visit will start with a welcoming cup of coffee, followed by an introductory talk about how Compton Verney turned from stately home to a derelict building and then into the gallery seen today.
There will be a tour of the Spring Exhibition which is The Arts and Crafts House: Then and Now with its celebration of historic and contemporary design. From the garden to the dining room, this exhibition explores the Movement’s fascination with the creation of the Home and its continued influence today. CLC has lent its Ernest Gimson and Ernest Barnsley (B&G) Cotswold oak bench which normally lives at the foot of the Oxford Staircase.
A cold buffet lunch will be served in the Adam Hall with its marble floor and beautiful ornate ceiling; coffee will be served afterwards.
After lunch you are free to view the rest of the beautiful Grade I listed mansion, visit the other Collections and walk in the 120 acres of spectacular ‘Capability’ Brown parkland. The cost will be £25.00 per head and there is plenty of car parking.
If you would like to attend please send a cheque made payable to the Cheltenham Ladies’ College to the Development Office, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Bayshill Road, Cheltenham, GL50 3EP by Friday 3 July or pay online (£26) by clicking here. For further information, please contact Helle Beck-Andersen if on 01242 707059 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ST HILDA'S EAST - LATEST NEWSFLASH
Please click here to see the latest newsflash from St Hilda's East.
This includes details of the brand new Community Cookbook which is available to purchase for £5 and will be on sale at the Guild Reunion on Saturday 16 May in College.
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS INSPECTORATE INTEGRATED INSPECTION - OCTOBER 2014
The Inspectors classified College as 'excellent' in every category, with the category of 'exceptional' being awarded for the quality of the pupils’ achievements and learning.
A full copy of the inspection report can be viewed by clicking here.
GUILD SPONSORSHIPS - to read the latest reports from Louise Foulkes in El Salvador designing and constructing seismically resistant housing, Rebecca Taylor in Tanzania/Uganda on a course of tropical medicine, Lucy Hall and Jessica Lazar on their Literary Pilgramage please click here
CLC GOLF SOCIETY
If any old girl with an official handicap would like to join the Society please contact the Guild Office on 01242 256581 or email email@example.com for further information.
If any old girl with an official handicap would like to join the Society please contact the Guild Office.
WORK PLACEMENTS AND VACANCIES - click here for further information on opportunities available to Guild members.
GUILD BROOCHES AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE BAGS
The Guild Office has some Silver and Enamel Brooches for sale at a cost of £55 (plus P&P) and some Performing Arts Centre Bags at a cost of £14.99 (plus P&P). For further details please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01242 256581.
Guild invites members of all ages to apply for a donation from the limited funds available to support challenging projects which should include a course of study, research, training or life-enhancing experience and there must be some form of service to the community or to the environment. There are various criteria to be fulfilled, for further details please click here. To read the latest sponsorship reports from Lynn Morris, Sarah Tallett-Williams and Priyanka Chadha on their trips click here.
THE BEALE MEMORIAL FUND
Just a little reminder that The Beale Memorial Fund is available to make awards to former pupils and former staff who may be in need of financial assistance. If you would like further information on this, please contact the Guild Office.
LOST TOUCH? Guild Online can help... In 2007 we launched Guild Online. For further details click here.
Exciting events for 2015 ...
Looking ahead for the year please go to the Events page or click here.
There are a number of local events planned in for next year which are being organised by the Area Representatives. For further details click here.
Finally a message for all 2014 leavers! Photos and reports of both the Leavers' drinks and the Leavers' Ball have will be published on the 2014 Leavers' Page. If you have any photographs which you would like to see included, please do email them to us and we will add them to the webpage. Also, don't forget to send us your stories and news for the 2014 Leavers' Page. If any of you are at a loose end for a few weeks and would like some volunteer work experience (always good for the cv!), St Hilda's East is looking for help at their day centre in London. Contact the Guild Office or St Hilda's East for further information.
Anyone who has College memorabilia or items relating to their time at College which they would like to share with College please get in touch with the College Archivist. In addition, anyone who still has their Green College Calendar & Register for the following years please get in touch with the Guild Office ASAP as we are missing ours:-
St. Hilda's East
Guild has close ties with this charitable organisation. St. Hilda's aims to meet the diverse needs of the local community by providing good quality services that promote social inclusion and help and empower individuals.
Click here for the latest St Hilda's East Newsflash (January 2015)
Click here to find out more about the work undertaken at this London community centre.