Newland School for Girls has a long and proud history within Kingston-upon-Hull. We would love to hear from any and all of our ‘old girls’. Over the past few years we have had 30, 40 and 50 year reunions and we have had the pleasure of welcoming those parties into school and our girls have learned lots about life at Newland over the generations.
If you have a great story to tell, a picture to share or you just want to keep in touch, then please contact us at school.
Class of ’68 Reunion
The girls from Class of ’68 were keen to see what had and what hadn’t changed from their time at Newland, as they walked around the school reminiscing about the headteacher’s office and the school hamster!!
With thanks to www.yellowbellyphotos.com
1956 ‘Old Girls’ Reunion
The Newland ‘Old Girls’ who first started in 1956, enjoyed lunch at the Mercure Hotel with a surprise guest joining them; the current Headteacher Ms Callaghan, who was delighted to meet them all and hear about their stories. The girls then enjoyed a tour of the School, I’m sure there’s been some changes in 60 years!!
1943 ‘Old Girls’ Reunion
September 8th 1943 was the first day of school for the Newland ‘Old Girls’ who joined our new year 7 on their first day of school – September 8th 2015. For many it was their visit back in a good number of years but it did take long for them to remember the green tiles, old teachers and of course join together in a chorus of the school song. Y11 Prefects did a spectacular job keeping them in check.