We appreciate your continued support for your old school Selwyn House. The Selwyn House Old Girls’ Association (SHOGA) is an energetic group providing a link between past pupils & the school.
Selwyn House School is a unique and special place, the bonds formed endure, continuing well beyond the school gates.
Old girls come back as speakers, mentors, coaches and role models for our young aspiring leaders. They support the school through fundraising, enhancing our profile in their communities, and participating in many events. How wonderful it is for the girls at Selwyn House School to have these women in their lives as they become curious about their own future paths and see for themselves that girls can do anything!
SHOGA organises and facilitates social events. We will keep you informed through our website, our facebook page, and regular email updates of events, gatherings and reunions in your area, so it is important to update your contact details including your email address. There is also the Skylark publication, our bi-annual newsletter, which can be received via post or email.
The Selwyn House Old Girls’ Association provides a bursary opportunity for a daughter of a mother with a current SHOGA membership. SHOGA also provides financial assistance with projects within the school and is actively involved in the school’s governance with a Board of Trustee representation.
If you would like to become involved with the association, re-connect with other Old Girls or update your details please contact Kate Heap on 022 015 8291 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Shelly Jackson
Treasurer: Annabel Cohen
Secretary: Tamara Tait
Coordinator: Kate Heap
Carolyn Fletcher, Bec Abbott, Phillipa Graham, Hillary Bell, Melissa Pattinson, Carrie Broomhall and Olivia Pride.
Girls are encouraged to join the Association to retain a connection with the school upon leaving.
Friends of the Committee is a group which is happy to be contacted to support the committee in their endeavours. This committee includes Lucy Gould, Lucy Thompson, Anna Wilkes, Julia MacFarlane, Fiona Ensor and Angela Luhrs.