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Jennifer Lines - Class of 2004 (April 2015)

Two weeks ago I passed the final viva voce examination for my PhD in Molecular Biology. I will hopefully be graduating in July this year.

Sophie French – Class of 2004

I have just returned from 2 years in Australia where I was working in the Emergency department. I am now in my first year of GP training up in Liverpool and am due to get married in September.  My sister Lucie and I have very fond memories of our time at KEHS and have no doubt we would not have achieved so much without the guidance and support from everyone at school.


Katrina Sheikh – Class of 2004

Since I left KEHS, I have graduated from Kings College London with BSc in Biomedical Sciences and did postgraduate Medicine at Warwick University. I graduated as Doctor in 2013 and am now working as a Foundation Doctor.

Sophie AllanSophie Allan – Class of 2007

I have been working in the NHS mental health sector since 2011. This year, I was appointed as Head of Patient and Parent Involvement for the Community Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in Cambridge, Huntingdon and Peterborough. CAMHS helps young people who are experiencing a range of complex issues, from emotional and behavioural problems to neurodevelopmental disorders. I’m also studying for a master’s degree in psychology and hope to study for a doctorate in Clinical Psychology in the future.


Kate and Amelia HaywoodKate Haywood – Class of 2007

After graduating from Durham University and spending some time working in a South African lion sanctuary, I embarked upon my legal career. I have been working as a trainee solicitor with Hogan Lovells in London for two years, specialising in general banking, employee share incentives and fraud litigation. On 2nd April this year, I gave birth to my beautiful baby girl, Amelia Jayne Clementine. Amelia weighed 8lbs 7oz.