We are delighted to be able to bring you the most recent minutes from our meeting on the 7th of June 2014.
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Places are still available for lunch on Sunday 13th January. Shake off the January blues by joining friends old and new on the Hill to celebrate the spirit of Plymouth House over the last 120 years!
We are delighted to introduce the new version of the School Days newsletter. Not only do we have a new look but, much like the website, every significant alumni organisation is now actively contributing to it.
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This follows on from the successful Careers Day held at KHS on the 24th of November this year. One of the difficulties was the lack of time the pupils had to speak with everyone. Another problem is many of you were unable to come and support Careers Day, due to where you live (Hong Kong for example!). This means pupils may not have learn everything they might have wanted to.
We are now seeking anyone who is willing to fill out a very short online questionnaire <<< click here >>>. This will be the basis of your Profile, contained within will be a link (protected against spam) allowing pupils to email you directly and ask questions or advice within your area of experience. I do not expect any of you to be bombarded with email or to provide pages of advice but if you are asked a question it is likely to be very important to the individual pupil and a shame not to use your knowledge in such as positive way.
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