Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News & Events > Alumnae News > Cate Bell - 16th March 2021

Cate Bell - 16th March 2021

'The annual Calne Girls' Association (CGA) talk for UVI Form girls was held in Chapel on Tuesday 16th March.

‘The annual Calne Girls’ Association (CGA) talk for UVI Form girls was held in Chapel on Tuesday 16th March.

Chair of the CGA, Cate Bell talked about the role of the CGA in keeping Calne girls connected and the many benefits of membership, including regular events, reunions and the Calne Girls Connected magazine. She also spoke of the career benefits, including access to alumnae working across a diverse range of professions and of the CGA’s plans to introduce a career mentoring programme.

Cate was joined in her presentation by UVI Form girl and Head of Alumnae, Zara, who stressed her ongoing role in ensuring the girls remained connected to the school as well as each other. The evening ended with a short Q&A and excited anticipation of the forthcoming Lily Ball at which the CGA will sponsor the Champagne Reception!’

Similar stories

Many congratulations to Venetia Baring (2017 Leaver) on her interview in the March issue of Tatler Magazine. More...

Amy Bolton (2022 Leaver) is raising money forher team to go to the Lacrosse World Cup in Hong Kong More...

Gill Ross (1949 Leaver), who is one of our oldest alumnae, has published a book about her year in Venice in 1957 .... More...

2023 Alumnae of the Year Awards - winners More...

Recent leavers Rebecca Nicholson and Anna Wateridge are going to Mumbai in January, to support the OSCAR Foundation. More...

Most read

A group of UVI students were lucky enough to see our friend Elowen (UVI) perform in the leading role of Moll Cutpurse in Bristol Old Vic’s Young Compa… More...

In celebration of British Science Week, the Science team presented a series of Chapels led by the respective pillars of science: Biology, Physics, and… More...

A rousing music recital with GCSE & A Level Students - our Fifth and Sixth Form musicians met in the Chapel to perform solo and ensemble music to each… More...

Have your say


The Calne Foundation Trust

St Mary's School
63 Curzon Street
SN11 0DF
United Kingdom





Charity No. 1147327

This website is powered by