Congratulations to all of our alumni who are graduating university this year! Here are just a few of our alumni who have recently graduated.  

Thomas Cornock (Raleigh, 2018) graduated on Friday 15 July with a first class degree in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Portsmouth. He is remaining in Portsmouth to complete his Masters in Sport and Exercise Psychology. Post Masters he hopes to get a job in the professional sports industry in either a sport science or a psychology role. 

Thomas Cornock (Raleigh, 2018)


Abbie Sykes (Howe, 2019) graduated with First Class Honours in Mechanical Engineering from Solent University. Throughout her time at university she was sponsored by the Royal Navy’s Technical Bursary Scheme for the role of Air Engineer Officer. Abbie looks forward to beginning training at Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) in September. 

Abbie Sykes (Howe, 2019)


Adam Warren (Hawke, 2019) graduated from Newcastle University on Monday 25 July with a 2:1 in Law LLB. He is going on to work as a paralegal at DAC Beachcroft in London whilst deciding whether he wants to join the Army or qualify as a solicitor. 

Adam Warren (Hawke, 2019)


Caitlin Stimpson (Anson, 2018) graduated from The Northern School of Art with a 2:2 in BA (Hons) Costume Interpretation with Design. She had a work placement on CBBC’s The Dumping Ground and is currently applying for work in costume work rooms. 

Caitlin Stimpson (Anson, 2018)


PC Du Toit (Collingwood/Drake, 2018) was due to graduate from University of Nottingham with a degree in Biology last year however, it did not happen due to COVID-19. Instead, the ceremony took place this year, however he is currently at Sandhurst training to become an Army Officer so was unable to attend. PC is hoping to commission into the Light Dragoons regiment; he says the competition is strong and there are very few places available, so he will see how the year progresses. 

PC Du Toit (Collingwood/Drake, 2018)


Georgi Alabone (Raleigh, 2018) with First Class Honours in Masters of Natural Sciences from University of East Anglia. Georgi will be starting a PhD at the Earlham Institute in Norwich studying dietary treatments of Crohn’s Disease using a combination of in vitro and in silico techniques. 

Georgi Alabone (Raleigh, 2018)


Adam Smith (St Vincent, 2019) graduated this year from Nottingham Trent with an LLB in Law with Business, however Adam was not at his graduation as he is spending the summer working at a summer camp in the Hamptons, New York. We are hosting a ‘fake graduation’ on the beach. Watch this space for a photo!


Olivia Scott (Howe, 2019) graduated from University of Reading with a degree in Human Geography. She has started her graduate role with Arcadis as a Junior Management Consultant within business transformation, specifically transformational change. She is really enjoying her new role and says her Human Geography degree has provided a great foundation for the skills required in consulting. 

Olivia Scott (Drake, 2019)


Freddie Braybrooke (Collingwood, 2017) graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in Architectural Technology. From September he will be completing a yearlong Masters in Conservation and Management of Historic Buildings at the Royal Agricultural University. With this, he will be looking to go into heritage property development, property conservation or something similar. 

Freddie Braybrooke (Collingwood, 2017)


Congratulations to all! If you need any help or support in the next steps of your career, let us know – there is a large network of Alumni who are willing to help you. Just contact the Alumni Office and we would be more than happy to point you in the right direction and make the introductions.