Northwood College for Girls and beyond…

From the moment you become a pupil at Northwood College for Girls you join an inspiring group of women who have headed off in a variety of different directions and on a number of different paths.

As a Northwood College alumna, you remain a valuable part of our community and a role model to many who will follow in your footsteps. We encourage all our former pupils to keep in touch, let us know what you are doing and if you can, offer work experience or speak to our current pupils. If you would like to let us know what you are doing now, please contact our alumnae team:

We are also keen to hear from our recent alumnae, exploring what they have been up to in the years since they left NWC and would love to start a Meet our Alumnae page. If you would like to feature on our NWC Alumnae page do let us know by emailing

Come back and visit your school

We hold events and reunions throughout the year at Northwood. Our Summer event for Alumni will be announced in the weeks following Easter. If you are not able to attend an event, do get in touch and we’ll be delighted to show you around the school another time.

Get back in touch with your classmates

We offer a ‘find a friend’ service to put you back in touch with classmates that you may have lost contact with over the years. If we have their contact details, we’ll send them a message on your behalf asking them to get in touch (we will never directly give out personal contact details).

The GDST Alumnae Network

Not only are you a Northwood College alumna, you also join the GDST Alumnae Network, a unique club of 70,000 members in the UK and around the world.  Being a GDST alumna offers endless opportunities.  From one to one and app based mentoring programmes to business networking, personal development and social events, the network offers a professional community unlike any other.

Update your details or find out more about the benefits of being a member of this exciting family of brilliant women at

Some ways to stay in touch…





Relationships are excellent throughout the school, which is indeed a happy place: the pupils are very proud of it and feel a strong sense of belonging.

— Latest ISI Report