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Year 13 students celebrating!
Class of 2021 Leavers Dinner

Returning to the School on June 18th, Year 13 students were finally able to celebrate all they had achieved at their Leavers' Dinner. More...

Jasmine Holland (New Hallian, 2011-18)
New Hallian to Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro

Currently in her final year at the University of Reading, Jasmine Holland (New Hallian, 2011-18) will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro next summer in aid o… More...

S. Angela in 1963
Sister Angela Morris (Old Fish, 1944-53) celebrates her Diamond Jubilee

On May 24th 2020, Sister Angela Morris celebrated her Diamond Jubilee quietly with other members of the Religious Community after celebrations with he… More...

Careers and Mentoring

INTO: Biomedical Research

Currently working as a Laboratory Researcher for the Francis Crick Institute, Emma Russell (New Hallian, 1996-2013) writes about perseverance and maki… More...

INTO: Television Distribution

An experienced Director of Programming, Emma Collin (nee Lawley, Old Fish, 1987-94) writes about the various stepping stones she took and the lifestyl… More...

INTO: Motorsports

Two-time Ladies British Rally Champion, Nabila Tejpar (New Hallian, 2004-10) writes about her journey into the world of motorsports. More...

Sofa Sessions

Leanne directing 'Left Behind' (2019)
Sofa Sessions: Leanne Bailham Interview

Continuing our 'Sofa Session' interview series, this week we sat down with director, screenwriter and producer Leanne Bailham (New Hallian, 2009-16) f… More...

Nathan in his happy place, a record store.
Sofa Sessions: Nathan Lambert Interview

A talented singer and guitarist, Nathan's music has always exuded charm and his quirky sense of humour. Meeting up with him over the Christmas period,… More...

Fishy Tales

Joseph Perry - one of the dedicated Estate Staff who served at New Hall
The Harvest Supper (1908)

The Harvest Supper - Sister Ann Young retold these memories aged over 90 More...

Girls on the farm
Hazy Days and Stink Bombs (1957)

Scottish Dances, stink bombs and raft making. Rozanne Barton (nee Lower, Old Fish, 1954 - 57) reflects on her time at the School. More...

Royal-blue Overalls and Midnight Mischief (1993)

Irresistible mischief, antics and adventures. Jacqueline Silver (Old Fish, 1987 - 94) looks back on her time at New Hall. More...

Notable Alumni

Ollie and his band 'I Within' (pictured right)
Ollie Peck

A BMus (Hons) Popular Music graduate from the University of Kent, Ollie co-founded 'I Within' in 2018. More...

Rosanna Chopra
Rosanna Chopra (nee Tolhurst)

Rosanna Chopra (tee Tolhurst) attended New Hall from 1986 to 1993. More...

Dame Denise Holt (pictured left)
Dame Denise Holt to be Guest of Honour at this year's Prize Giving

Dame Denise Mary Holt (née Mills), former British Ambassador to Mexico (2002–05) and Spain and Andorra (2007–09) has been announced as the Guest of Ho… More...


The Photographer's Gallery, Soho, London
New Hallian's photographs displayed at Exhibition

Filmed in a 4:3 aspect ratio with a high level of saturation and movement blur, Gregor's cinematography and direction offers a rare glimpse into the f… More...

Hannah's University Success

The School celebrates another university success, congratulations Hannah! More...

Births, Deaths and Marriages

School Cemetery
Cannonesses' Annual Mass for the Dead

Cannonesses' Annual Mass for the Dead, Saturday 2nd November More...

The Happy Couple
New Hallian marries in school chapel

Everyone at the School wishes Eleanor and her partner Toby every good fortune and happines More...

Sue Tiffen at the front of the School
RIP Sue Tiffen

Sue Tiffen, receptionist and housekeeper from 1981 to 1998, sadly passed away on 6th Janua More...

Funeral Arrangements for Sister Catherine Cardis CRSS

Requiem Mass on Thursday 5th April at 10.15am at New Hall Chapel followed by burial in our More...

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