We're thinking about launching a new friendship scheme to introduce former LEH pupils from across the generations, and we'd love to hear your thoughts.
One of the things we most enjoy seeing at our reunion events is the strong sense of connection and camaraderie between former pupils. They might be years apart in terms of age, they might have had very different life experiences, but they all have a unique bond, thanks to their shared experience of school.
This current period of extended social distancing has solidified a sense of isolation that some of our older alumnae can feel once they have retired and are living quieter lives. We would love to be able to put them in touch with fellow former pupils to swap news, thoughts and ideas, about time at school, about what's happened since then and about what they're doing now.
If you'd be interested in taking part in this alumnae friendship scheme, we would love to hear from you, both young and old, so please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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