Central Foundaton Girls' School

Central Foundation Girls' School Sixth Form

Future First Alumni

Join the CFG Alumni network comprised of former students and staff!

We're thrilled to announce our collaboration with the education charity, Future First, to enhance our network. Sign up today using the Future First platform to reconnect with fellow alumni.

As a member, you'll have the opportunity to reunite with peers, share your experiences with current students, and participate in exciting events. Whether you're in university, an apprenticeship, or the workforce, we want to hear from you - your story could inspire others! Plus, you'll receive periodic updates about the school.

Current Students

As a current student our CFGS Alumni Network can:

  • share their experiences of Higher Education and employment with you
  • help you develop your networking skills
  • answer any questions you have about life after CFGS.

Joining the network

If you have any questions about joining the network please contact our Alumni Programme Manager, Abby Ross at abigail.ross@futurefirst.org.uk 

Join the CFG Alumni Network

 

 

 

  


CFGS 6 Alumni Stories

Our Sixth Form alumni students discuss their experience at CFGS Sixth Form and how their time here has prepared them for the next stage of their journey. These students have completed A Levels, Level 3 BTEC, or a combination thereof, and are now either pursuing university studies or participating in an apprenticeship. This page will be regularly updated with diverse alumni sharing their stories.

 

 

 

 


Community Alumni 

We're proud to showcase CFGS alumni members of our community who have attended the school and have gone on to make a significant impact in both our local community and beyond. These individuals have not only excelled academically during their time here but have also continued to contribute positively to society, embodying the values instilled in them during their time at CFGS.

I've primarily worked for newspaper companies, retiring in 2007. For the past 17 years, I've served as the honorary secretary of the Stairway to Heaven Memorial Trust, helping to raise funds and administer the charity.

 

I also run the Barkingside branch of the Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society and serve as a director of Retrofit Action For Tomorrow. Additionally, I saved a local village school from closure 34 years ago and am still involved as a governor.

 

I was honored with an MBE in 2019 for my charitable work, particularly in East London. I must admit, I'm a bit of a workaholic!

Sandra Scotting

Attended Central Foundation Grammar School in Spital Square, Bishopsgate, in the 1960s, where her love for English Language, History, and Maths was sparked.