Old Bedalian 1982

When did you leave Bedales?


What is your current role?

I work as a disability carer, autism therapist and online activist.

In what way did your time at Bedales influence your education and career progression?

Bedales taught me caring, compassion, and the responsibility to learn that life was up to me.

What is your fondest memory of Bedales?

My fondest memories are my friends, midnight binges, Jaw with John Cleese, the apple orchard, the library, picking blackberries and making blackberry jam, the first snow, coming back to school and seeing the daffodils, outdoor work, weaving on the looms. meeting seven refugee boat children from Vietnam that we looked after...how privileged was I?!

What is your favourite pastime?

Walking on the beach, reading a good book (looking forward to readingSuspicions of Mr Whicher by Kate Summerscale), learning about universal conscious energy.

What is your proudest achievement?

My children