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We were sad to learn that Gilly Gale, Class of 1973, died in November 2023, aged 69. She leaves her husband Terry, five stepchildren, seven grandchild… More...

There was no soft pedalling for Head of History of Art, Miss Lindsay, who was biking for the win when she cycled 100 miles for RideLondon last month. More...

We are bidding a fond farewell to Head of Chemistry, Andrew Hayter, this week, who is leaving LEH after 16 “very enjoyable and memorable years” to joi… More...

Four of our much-cherished music teachers are bowing out this week, as they make their swan song appearances, having chalked up an incredible 79 years… More...

Sisters Anisha Sharma and Shafali Shown-Keen, who turned their back on the corporate world of banking to run their own businesses, returned to LEH to … More...

Award-winning author Sarah Govett, Class of 1996, returned to LEH last week to talk to the Thirds about writing dystopian fiction and comedy as part o… More...

There was a buzz of excitement and a great turn out for the Class of 2023’s first-ever LEH reunion, which was held in a sunny Friends’ Courtyard last … More...

We're delighted to announce that applications for the Be Bold Grant 2024 are now open! We invite enterprising former students looking to take on a new… More...

Cue Vangelis soundtrack, cue slow-mo running, cue recreation of 'Chariots of Fire', as this week sees LEH channelling the spirit of the upcoming Olymp… More...

In this month's webinar, neuroscientist Inder Singh Virdi shares his story about struggling with undiagnosed ADHD and dyslexia, and discusses some tec… More...

Five of our former students, who studied Geography at University, are the latest of our alumnae to be featured on departmental notice boards around LE… More...

Freelance illustrator Tabitha Nutt, Class of 2018, has been hard at work showcasing her talents this Spring, with two exciting high-profile commission… More...

PR Director, Bella Gareh, Class of 2009, is coming back down to earth after climbing two of the world’s most majestic mountains above 6,000m, on an ex… More...

Charlotte Harris, Class of 2013, and Vicky Philips, Class of 1980, who work for local eco-charity Habit & Heritage, returned to School recently to exp… More...

The largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world will be celebrating the life of the late Annie Nightingale, Class of 1958, with… More...

As part of this month’s Enrichment Week, our Thirds will be putting their best feet forward to support Habitats & Heritage, a local conservation chari… More...

We were sad to learn that secretary and librarian Margaret Jackson, Class of 1948, who was known as Super Gran to her family, passed away in March, ag… More...

Please join us as we wish our U6 students well as they go off on their study leave following an emotional graduation ceremony. Their A level exams sta… More...

This week’s powerful school production of ‘The Trials’ will see a jury of teenage students holding three adult defendants, played by teachers, to acco… More...

There's nothing we love more than welcoming our fantastic former students back to school, so please don’t forget to buy a ticket for the Alumnae Reuni… More...

It’s been a busy but fulfilling few months for Techpreneur Charlotte Burton, Class of 2012, whose new platform guiding first time homeowners through t… More...

Classical singer Josephine Shaw, Class of 2021, now a second-year student at the Royal College of Music, was featured on BBC Click last month, as she … More...

Please help Head of History of Art Alice Lindsay, hit her target for Cancer Research UK as she takes part in Ride London next week in memory of a belo… More...

Please join us as we kick the festive season off in style at the Alumnae Carol Service 2024 on Monday 9 December. This year it will be held at a new v… More...

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