Chaucer School's Alumni program aims to develop and maintain contact with its former students, staff, parents and friends.  We aim to stay connected through events, reunions, biographies of the different destinations of alumni members alongside keeping you up to date with news from the school.

We are keen to hear from all our former students and staff regardless of how long ago you were here.

If you are or know someone who is connected to Chaucer School please encourage them to get in touch as we would love to hear from them and find out what they have been up to since leaving Chaucer.

You can get in touch in many different ways

Former Students please complete this short survey https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/chaucer_alumni

Our Alumni Students

 

Melissa Ann SayleMelissa Ann Sayle

Left Chaucer in: 2015

What did I do when I left Chaucer?

Attended college, health and social care level 3 extended diploma

What do I do now?

Working at Burton Street Foundation supporting individuals

who have physical and learning disabilities as well as mental health issues

 

David HushDavid Hush

Left Chaucer in: 1988

What did I do when I left Chaucer?

Working in a warehouse

What do I do now?

Workforce Planning Manager in Sydney Australia

 

Ian RoomeIan Roome

Left Chaucer in: 1985

What did I do when I left Chaucer?

Royal Airforce

What do I do now?

NHS charity Head of Fundraising and Volunteering.

Local Town Mayor and School Governor

Molly SimmoniteMolly Simmonite

Left Chaucer in: 2000

What did I do when I left Chaucer?

Went to Parson Cross college for A levels, took a few years out.

Then went to University of Lincoln for a BSc in psychology,

before going to University of Nottingham for MSc and PhD.

What do I do now?

I'm a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Michigan, working in cognitive neuroscience.

My current role focuses on investigating the changes in neural circuitry associated with healthy aging.

Previous projects have examined schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and psychopathy.