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The achievements of our alumnae community perfectly reflect the breadth of talents and skills that are nurtured by a Godolphin and Latymer education.

Careers and Networking

We have an active alumnae network with many Old Dolphins returning to enrich our higher education offering through careers, networking and university programmes. If you would like to take part in these programmes please click here.

Get in Touch

If you have lost touch with the school and would like to reconnect please contact the Development department here. 

Old Dolphins are valued members of our school community and inspiring role models for our girls who follow in their footsteps.
Dr Frances Ramsey, Head Mistress
Hayaatun Sillem

Case Study

Dr Hayaatun Sillem (née Is’harc), Class of 1994

CEO of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Dr Sillem is the first female CEO of the Royal Academy of Engineering and is co-founder of its Enterprise Hub. She is also a trustee of the London Transport Museum. Since her appointment in 2018, Dr Sillem has focussed the Royal Academy’s efforts on increasing the inclusivity of women and minorities within British engineering companies. 

After leaving Godolphin, Hayaatun went on to study Biochemistry at Oxford University before completing a PhD with the Institute of Cancer Research. Dr Sillem held several positions at the Royal Academy before being appointed as CEO. Throughout her career she has taken an active role in encouraging women leaders in STEM.

Dr Sillem recently featured in the #forcesforchange issue of Vogue. The feature focusses on fierce innovators who have paved the way for a new generation of talent which is set to transform the decades to come. 


The Sunday Times Independent Secondary School of the Year 2020


We are absolutely delighted to be named The Sunday Times Independent Secondary School of the Year 2020 – one of the most prestigious awards in UK education – after placing second in their national league tables.

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No 1 UK School for IB!


Thursday morning’s post brought us the fantastic news that, as a result of our girls' achievements in their IB examinations, we are the No 1 International Baccalaureate Diploma school in the UK for 2019 and are equal second in the world - just pipped to top spot by a school in Singapore.

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First Bridge Session


We were delighted to welcome a cohort of 43 students from local primary schools to the first session of our Bridge programme last Saturday.

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Successful Applications to US Colleges


Many congratulations to our Upper Sixth who made successful early applications to US colleges including Brown, Duke, Georgetown, St John’s, Chicago, Michigan, and Yale for September 2020 entry.

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(Non-) Perfectionism with Miss Tallett-Williams


The Lower Sixth listened to a talk from Miss Tallett-Williams on how pursuing perfection can come at a cost of our own mental and physical well-being.

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Success for Magnolia in US Fencing Championships


Many congratulations to Magnolia in Year 9 who, after recently winning two fencing tournaments in the US, has been selected for the U14 England squad.

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ARTiculation: London Heats


Congratulations to Art History student Carmen from the Lower Sixth who represented Godolphin at the London heats of the national ARTiculation speaking competition

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Mini Model United Nations Conference


On Tuesday afternoon the whole of Year 11 took part in a mini Model United Nations Conference with girls debating the crisis in Yemen, religious persecution and the situation in Hong Kong.

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Brackenbury Residents’ Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Event


Last Friday sixteen Dolphins braved the cold wind to spread some festive cheer by singing a beautiful selection of carols for the Brackenbury residents' annual lighting of the Christmas tree.

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