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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. 


Oxford University’s French Flash Fiction Competition


Congratulations to Carla in Year 7 and Zoe in the Lower Sixth for their winning entries to Oxford University's French Flash Fiction Competition

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IB Personal Investigations


As a prelude to their pre-university enrichment programme, Upper Sixth IB students were invited to select an object to exhibit that pulled together ideas covered in their Theory of Knowledge course

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Studying in Chicago


Last Wednesday our Higher Education and Careers team organised a vibrant lunchtime session with Old Dolphin Emily de Vegvar, who is currently studying at the University of Chicago.

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Sports Roundup


Although lockdown threatened to curtail our usual extensive programme of sport at Godolphin, girls have shown over the past couple of months that their competitive edge and enthusiasm for exercise has not been dulled.

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Izzy Helping in the Community


Many of you watching the BBC News Report, Corona Kindness, last Friday evening will have spotted Izzy in Year 11 talking about the work she is doing to help organise the Hammersmith and Fulham Mutual Aid Group.

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Remote Debating


Lockdown has not left Godolphin’s large and passionate cohort of debaters silent. On Monday we staged our first online debate and there will be plenty more opportunities for girls to hone their oratory skills in the coming weeks. 

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Nancy Providing PPE


We have been inspired by Nancy, Lower Sixth, who has been busy making face masks for the local community and drawstring laundry bags for Gloucester’s NHS ‘Rapid Response Appeal’.

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Women Composers Concert


At the beginning of March, Godolphin held their first 'Women Composers Concert' to honour International Women's Day.  Although the concert was sadly cancelled to the wider Godolphin community, our girls were determined to perform their pieces in celebration of women composers from around the world.

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House Lockdown Competitions


Any fears that the girls would be less keen to get involved in House activities in our new ‘virtual’ world have proved completely unfounded with large turnouts in a number of events. 

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