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Sharing Memories

Lindsay Rogers
(Class of 2005)

"Mr Richard Andrews, my math's teacher during years 11/12 continually told me off for talking and distracting peers in class (it was here I knew my career in communications had started to blossom!). He put me on detention and we had a big chat, he agreed to back off so I could prove I could work hard. It was a pivotal moment for me, I went on to prove to myself that I could do well in school and these maths skills have carried me through into business today."

Abi Hooper
(Class of 2013, Senior School Chaplain)
"My memories are not particularly for a specific event, although our Year 12 ceremony was such a special day of celebration, but more the feeling of appreciation and love for my time spent here at OFGS. I remember the respect and trust between staff and students, the feeling of the school backing you 100% in your pursuits and passions, the legacy and community surrounding the school and just a place where I felt at home throughout the week. Oxford Falls really helped define who I am today."

Toby Hills
(Class of 2018)
"One of my fondest memories definitely has to be the time I convinced Mrs Alex Coulton to let her Year 10 English class shower me in books and paper for a parody music video we filmed for our Year 12 assembly."

Alison Warren 
(Primary at OFGS, Head of TAS)
"My strongest memory was learning timeless dance moves from Mrs Julienne Laidlaw at the Year 6 Farewell Dinner."

Lisa White
(Class of 2014, Past Educational Assistant)
"During my time as a student at OFGS, one memory that stands out is the hours spent in the studio for curricular and extra-curricular dance and drama. I loved having the time and space to create, to learn new skills, to have fun with my friends, and to do something that was completely different from the rest of my school work"

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