A Thriving, Growing Network

Old Dolphins are valued members of our school community and inspiring role models for our girls who follow in their footsteps.

Dr Frances Ramsey

A network 117 years in the making

81 Old Dolphins contributed to cross-curricular activities in 2019-20

3,383 members in the Old Dolphin network

Spotlight on Old Dolphins

Baroness Brown

Class of 1972

Julia King, Baroness Brown of Cambridge DBE, is a trained engineer, Member of the House of Lords, Chair of the Carbon Trust, Fellow of both the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Royal Society and Chair of STEM Learning.

Baroness Brown is a force for change in STEM, supporting women in the industry whilst working to transform our energy system for a Net Zero future. Dedicated to reducing carbon emissions, she is called regularly to advise the government about education and technology issues; notably in 2007 she led the King Review examining how fuel technologies can help reduce vehicle emissions, and she spent almost 13 years as vice-chair of the Climate Change Committee.

A Pioneer and leading advocate for STEM in education, she has been recognised with over ten industry awards.

Annabel Howell

Class of 2018

Annabel Howell is an intern at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the
EMEA Healthcare, Global Corporate & Investment Banking Division after completing her degree in Political Science at Duke University. As part of her degree she researched the privacy implications of COVID-19 contact tracing on a local, national, and international level from a policy perspective. 

Outside of her studies at Duke University, Annabel delivered computer science tuition to state sector pupils to address educational inequalities securing funding from her US College to deliver the free educational outreach programme. She was also the winner of the Grayling Essay Prize and Harvard Book Prize.

Susan Greenfield

Class of 1969

Baroness, Professor, Research Scientist, Author, Broadcaster and winner of the 2010 Australian Medical Research Society Medal; Baroness Greenfield is internationally recognised for her contribution to neuroscience, and has been awarded 32 Honorary Degrees from both British and foreign universities.

Baroness Greenfield founded Neuro-Bio which, through pioneering research, hopes to discover a potential cause of neurodegenerative disease as well as develop oral drugs with the potential to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Baroness Greenfield has been awarded the L’Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur and the Golden Plate Award.



Old Dolphins’ Day 2022

It was delightful to welcome back Old Dolphins and former members of staff for Old Dolphins’ Day in September. It was a happy reunion of old friends spanning the generations, with the most senior Old Dolphins present, Joy and Pamela, having left the school in 1947! At the other end of the scale, it was exciting to welcome back about 50 younger ODs who had left in 2017 and were therefore celebrating the fifth anniversary of their leaving. 

Please click here to see the photos from the day.

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On Friday lunchtime we held one of our G&L Futures Working Lunches. Students heard from…

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Politics Society Talk: Old Dolphin Aphra Brandreth


Members of the Godolphin Politics Society heard from Old Dolphin Aphra Brandreth (Class of 2006), who…

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Old Dolphin Cecilia Discusses Studying at Yale


On Thursday afternoon we welcomed Old Dolphin Ceclia Colao (Class of 2022) to speak to…

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Old Dolphin Jessie Discusses Studying at Harvard


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Old Dolphins run Model United Nations training session


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Careers Discovery Event 2022


Students in Years 10-Upper Sixth heard from a number of Old Dolphins and current parents…

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Old Dolphins Lottie and Alice talk about life after university


Our Upper Sixth students heard from Old Dolphins Lottie and Alice earlier this week who spoke…

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Futures Working Lunch: Engineering


For Friday's Working Lunch we welcomed Old Dolphin, Imogen Francis (Class of 2018), currently spending…

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Old Dolphin Talk: Rethinking Refugees


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I have so much appreciation for Godolphin. They taught us we can be whoever we want to be and continue to raise strong, independent women.
Crystal Eisinger (Class of 2008)