Commercial brand strategist Catherine Thomas, whose been a Governor at LEH for nearly seven years, gave a fascinating talk to the UVI yesterday about … More...
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Publicity is ramping up for a major new exhibition of Europe’s greatest female Old Master at the National Gallery, curated by art historian Letizia … More...
We are excited to launch a new community portal for alumnae and friends of the school - a place for former students, parents and staff to stay in touch, share memories, forge careers connections and offer their support to current students and younger alumnae.
Founded over 300 years ago, Lady Eleanor Holles has become a remarkable school encouraging girls to be courageous, hopeful, optimistic and determined - and we hope this website will facilitate this continued strength of spirit amongst our alumnae and the wider school community.
Please join, update your profile, share your stories and participate!
Former professional yachtswoman Jeni Mundy (LEH 1971-1981) returns to LEH to share the inspirational story that earned her a place in the history books and to reveal how it has given her the confidence to lead a pioneering life. Jeni was part of the first ever all-female c… Read more
If you are looking for a new job or simply want to expand your contacts, everyone repeatedly tells you to “network, network, network!” But it’s not enough to just sign up for a meet-and-mingle networking event in your field and hope for the best. Networking is … Read more
Digital and Communications expert Alison Lomax (LEH 1984-1991), who is Director of Lifestyle Retail at Google, returns to LEH on Monday 11 May to give the next in the Remarkable Women Lecture Series, called "How to prepare for jobs that don't yet exist". Alis… Read more
Mrs Hanbury and Mr Knibbs invite you to a Joint London Networking Event for LEH and Hampton School Alumni. Thursday 21st May 2020 6.00pm-8.00pm This will be a unique opportunity to meet old friends, broaden your network and exchange ideas with like-minded professionals. The Re… Read more
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go back to LEH as a student? Does it seem like only yesterday that you were studying at LEH? It’s shocking — the realisation that so much time has passed since you last sat on those uncomfortable chairs in the Nora Nick… Read more
LEH throws opens it doors on Saturday 3rd October to warmly welcome back all its alumnae. As well as catching up with your old friends and former teachers, there'll be a chance to look round the school, see performances from some of the current pupils and enjoy a slap-u… Read more
All LEH Alumnae are invited to kick off the festive season with the truly special and perennial popular Alumnae Carol Service at St Giles' Church, Cripplegate, Fore Street, London EC2Y 8DA, on Monday 30th November 2020. The service will be conducted by the rector Reverend Ka… Read more
To celebrate and promote the spirit of LEH, we offer former students the opportunity to apply for an LEH Alumnae Emerging Talent Award.
The school ethos is to encourage pupils to stretch themselves to become their best, most confident selves; to be supported by strong role models and be inspired by their peers; and to have the freedom to experiment and take on new challenges. To keep those much-cherished tenets alive, we encourage alumnae to nominate themselves or each other if they would benefit from the support of the alumnae community.
Awards of up to £1,000 are available to an alumna who has a talent in any field or is perhaps a business woman or fledgling entrepreneur needing our support. We’re looking to recognise the most deserving remarkable women, who have worked hard and have a real capability in their chosen area.
If you know someone you’d like to nominate, or if you want to nominate yourself, applications for the 2020 Award will open in September 2020.