Jennifer Bath: After Oundle, I headed to London to study Human Sciences at UCL.
Ten years later, I’m yet to leave and currently living in Dalston in East London.
For the last five years I’ve been working in the tech industry at Depop, a fashion marketplace app.
I still meet up with quite a few of the Laxton girls, which is testament to what a good bunch they are.
Georgina Burrows: After spending school trying to determine what kind of healthcare professional
I wanted to be (dentist or physio?), I left Oundle pursuing neither and went to KCL to study Neuroscience instead.
I then fell into a medical communications job and worked for several years at various healthcare comms agencies in central London.
Following my mid-twenties ‘what am I doing with my life’ awakening,
I went back to university in 2017 to finally do a Physiotherapy Masters and have been working at
Guy’s and St Thomas’ as a physiotherapist since I graduated. Lockdown activities have included borrowing a bike and overcoming my fear of cycling to work
(“I think I might buy a bike now, I’m a bike person”), a love/hate relationship with puzzles and gaining an extensive knowledge of all the parks in South London.
Camilla Coates: I spent three years at Durham studying Anthropology.
I then moved to London and worked in recruitment for three years before changing careers.
I began Teach First in 2016 and taught in a school in Lewisham. After this, I moved to teach in a school in Surrey, where I am now Head of English.
My boyfriend and I recently moved to Surbiton where we have spent much of lockdown re-decorating our house. Jacob Dillarstone: I opted for a gap year / university / gap year sandwich after Oundle.
My gap years were spent travelling, and match betting with Rob Stronach (L 10) and Sebastien Goodall (L 10).
In between, I headed to Oxford to study Economics & Management
and spent most of my time playing sax in a funk band and dating a rower.
Since graduating, I’ve finished a three-year stint at BCG,
and am now working for Ocado Technology, helping them ‘change the way the world shops’ (though Coronavirus seems to have that one taken care of).
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