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Alumni

At de Stafford we celebrate the achievements of students who have gone on to a number of different colleges, universities, apprenticeships and employment.

Please feel free to email Careers@destafford.org.uk  if you want to tell us your journey after de Stafford or if you would be willing to come in and support the development of our students on one of the visitors days we run.

 

 

Name

Year

Destination

Course/Employment

Sophie Abberley

2011

Investment company

Full time employment

Sophie Albosh

2011

Imperial College London

Physics with Theoretical Physics

Mary Allan

2011

St Mary's University College

Management Studies and Psychology

Rees Asiedu

2011

University of Portsmouth

Media Studies

Eve Austin

2011

Raleigh Charity, India

Volunteer

Laurel Ayers

2011

Nottingham Trent University

Childhood Studies

Jessica Barrett

2011

The University of Kent

Drama & Theatre

Emma Berry

2011

The University of Reading

English Literature and Politics

Katie Boyce

2008

Reigate College

Performing Arts & Media

Actress/Extra

Matthew Campion

2011

Santander

Full time employment

Laura Chandler

2011

University of Winchester

Fashion: Media and Marketing

Emily Dabin

2011

University of Sussex

Social Work

Megan Davis

2011

London Southbank University

Children's Nursing

Shahnaz Dianat

2008

London College of Beauty Therapy

Beauty Therapy

Sam Donovan 2010 University of Brighton BSc Construction Management

Charis Downs

2011

University of Winchester

Drama and English

Ishmael Edwards

2011

University of Portsmouth

Mathematics

Emma Eksigian

2011

Anglia Ruskin University

Crime and Investigative Studies

Laura Feichter

2004

University of Portsmouth

University of  London

BA Languages & European Studies

Masters in Human Rights

Amy Goodger

2008

John Ruskin College

University of Exeter

BTEC Applied Science

Radiology

Lateesha Hackett

2005

East Surrey & Crawley Colleges

Childcare

Married to her de Stafford School sweetheart

Laura Jayne Hall

2000

East Surrey College

Business Administration

Working for an American Insurance Company

Spencer Hall

2011

University of Portsmouth

Business and Management

Emma Hawkins

2011

University of Bedfordshire

Biomedical Science

Sam Hodge

2011

East Surrey College

Sainsbury's

 

Public Services

Full time employment

Applying to University to study Paramedic Practice

Zoe Holman

2011

University of Winchester

Education Studies

Jason Hopkins

2011

East Surrey College

Travel and Tourism

William Johnson

2011

City University

Banking and International Finance

Ian Kuglar

2008

University of Surrey

BSc Politics and Policy Studies

Walked across the desert to raise money

NUS Delegate 7& Policy think tank: The Fabians

Theresa Lea

2008

Darlington College

Art & Design

Foundation Degree in 3D  Art

Runs her own cake business

Victoria Leigh

2008

Nescot College

Sports, Exercise  & Fitness

Insurance Underwriter for Tescos

Joe Marjoram

2011

University of Northampton

Biology

Stephanie Matthews

2011

Local School and Tescos

Full time employment

Elizabeth McKenzie

2008

Reigate College

Performing Arts & Drama

BA Performing Arts & Education Studies

Anton Nikitin

2013 University of Southampton MEng Electronic Engineering
Luke Norton-Williams 2012 The Brighton Institute Music

Laura Payten

2011

University of Exeter

Psychology

Michaela Pearce

2007

Hendon

Metropolitan Police Officer

Adam Pescod

2004

University of Reading

Politics and International Relations

Journalist for Elite Magazine

Bethany Price

2011

University of Wales BA Early Years
Chelsea Puccio 2010 John Laing Project Coordinator

Yogdiksha Ramoo

2007

University of Kingston

Criminology with Sociology

Masters in  Criminological Psychology

Fredrick Saunders

2011

University of Portsmouth

Mathematics

Daniel Sharp

2011

University of Portsmouth

Sociology

Harry Sheen

2011

Cap-Gemini

Higher Apprenticeship

Joanna Slevin

2011

The University of Kent

Criminology

Curtis Snashfold

2011

University of Exeter

Mathematics

Amy Stanton

2011

St Mary's University College

Psychology

Kyren Storm-Curry

2011

University of Southampton

BA Fine Art
Alice Turk 2011 Falmouth University Creative Writing and English

Elizabeth Vince

2011

University of Southampton

Fashion Marketing

Hannah Walder

2011

Insurance Renewals

Full time employment

Sam Webster

2011

Gap Year

Travelling in Thailand & Australia

Stephanie Whalley

2008

University of Portsmouth

Media Studies

Training to be a Prison Officer

Laura Wigley

2011

Kings College London

Nursing Studies

Hannah Wingrave

2011

University of Winchester

Primary Education with QTS

Sam Wool

2006

Croudace Homes in Partnership

Full time employment

Rhiannon Young

2011

University of Greenwich

Childhood Studies

 

  • "The Headteacher, ably supported by his senior team, provides good leadership." OFSTED
  • "Students make good progress in English and Mathematics and in most other subject areas." OFSTED
  • "Teaching is good overall." OFSTED
  • "Middle leaders' clear focus on raising the quality of learning and teaching for different groups of students in their subject areas has led to improved outcomes." OFSTED
  • "Students behaviour is good. The vast majority of students behave in a mature and respectful manner in lessons and around the school." OFSTED
  • "Parents and their children are rightly proud of the school. They recognise that it offers a caring community where students are kept safe and their welfare matters greatly." OFSTED
  • "The Headteacher has shown strong and determined leadership and has achieved substantial improvements in the quality of teaching and students' outcomes since the last inspection." OFSTED
  • "Middle leaders trust and respect the Governors and senior leaders." OFSTED
  • "Teachers and Teaching Assistants feel well supported to bring about improvements." OFSTED
  • "Leaders ensure that careers advice and guidance is well organised and effective." OFSTED
  • "Social and academic mentoring time is used well, to monitor and support individual students' progress and reflect on current affairs." OFSTED
  • "Governors share the Headteacher's aims and vision for the school and they manage the performance of the Headteacher well." OFSTED
  • "Governors have successfully challenged leaders to raise the quality of teaching and learning and hold them to account for further improvements." OFSTED
  • "Systems to track students' progress have improved since the last inspection." OFSTED
  • "Teachers use a consistent approach to marking across the school." OFSTED
  • "Students are safe and secure in the school, and they feel well looked after." OFSTED
  • "Staff care a great deal about students' achievement and personal development and so working relationships between staff and students are very strong." OFSTED
  • "Learning about e-safety has an appropriately high status." OFSTED
  • "The behaviour of pupils is good." OFSTED
  • "This is a happy, caring and purposeful school with a calm and businesslike atmosphere. Students conduct themselves well around the site at all times. Nearly all students are confident, polite and respectful to staff, visitors and each other.They know the standards expected of them and take a pride in their uniform and their school." OFSTED
  • "Outcomes are consistently good in most subject areas." OFSTED
  • "High-quality careers information, and good links with local colleges, ensure that students are confident and well placed for the next stage of their education, employment or training."
  • "This school is limitless. It enables you to develop your talents no matter what they are." Student Comment