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Once a Dolphin,
Always a Dolphin

For many of our alumnae, the friendships and memories that they made at Godolphin and Latymer continue to be a very important part of their lives and, in turn, as Old Dolphins they remain a very important and valued part of our school community.

Our Old Dolphin network has been established for almost 120 years and has approximately 3500 members spanning the globe across Europe, North America, Asia and Australia. By joining our community you will stay connected and in touch with the school via our regular Old Dolphins e-newsletters, receive invitations to our alumnae reunions and other school events, and be invited to be a part of the ongoing life of the school.


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Your Time and Talent

The strong sense of community fostered at Godolphin and Latymer encourages many of our alumnae to return to the school and share their experience and expertise with our current students, particularly in the areas of careers and higher education.

Your help is always appreciated so please visit our Get Involved page to find out more.


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Join us on LinkedIn

Thinking of changing career path and want advice from a fellow Old Dolphin? Join our network of Old Dolphins on LinkedIn to access a vast array of skills, experience and expertise.

You can also keep up to date with everything going on at your school by following us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.


ODD '23

Old Dolphins’ Day

At the end of September we opened our gates to our former students and members of staff for our annual Old Dolphins’ Day. It was a happy reunion of old friends spanning the generations, with our Class of 1973 celebrating the special milestone of their 50-year reunion. Our two oldest visitors, Joy and Pamela, have been best friends since the age of eleven and left Godolphin 76 years ago!

Our alumnae were especially excited to see the new Sixth Form Common Room – with many expressions of appreciation at how luxurious it is compared to the facilities back in their day – and were pleased to hear about our efforts to increase bursary provision.


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Class of 2013 Reunion


On Thursday evening we had the pleasure of welcoming over 60 Old Dolphins from the…

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Challenge Your Limits Week 2023: Guest Speakers


We were delighted to welcome so many fantastic guest speakers who inspired students with a…

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Old Dolphins Talk to Aspiring Medical Applicants


On Tuesday we welcomed the return of several Old Dolphins who are currently studying Medicine…

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Politics Society Guest Speaker: Old Dolphin Sophia Dyvik-Henke (Class of 2019)


We were delighted to welcome back Old Dolphin Sophia Dyvik-Henke (Class of 2019) to speak…

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Higher Education Dining Event


On Thursday our Lower Sixth students were invited to a Higher Education Supper Club, which…

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Boat Race Triumph for Old Dolphin Alex Riddell-Webster


Congratulations to Old Dolphin Alex Riddell-Webster (Class of 2020) and the Cambridge women’s Blue crew…

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Diversity Committee Screening of ‘Kaur’ by Old Dolphin Dr Parvinder Shergill


In an event organised by the Diversity Committee, we welcomed Old Dolphin Dr Parvinder Shergill…

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Futures Working Lunches: Old Dolphin Serena Hood (Class of 2001)


We welcomed Old Dolphin Serena Hood (Class of 2001) who spoke to students about her extensive…

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Futures Working Lunches: Old Dolphin Nathalia Chubin (Class of 2002)


At this week’s Futures Working Lunch, we welcomed Global Marketing Director and Old Dolphin, Nathalia Chubin…

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I would like to say the Reunion day was fabulous and a true celebration of the 50 years anniversary... The feedback I have received has been very positive and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the event. They felt the school has improved and applaud the introduction of the Bridge Learning scheme.
Old Dolphin October 2023