Monmouth School for Girls aims not only to prepare pupils for examinations but also to provide them with the skills needed to succeed and thrive in the wider world.  The high achievements of past pupils across such a wide selection of careers, we believe, reflects the well-rounded education on offer and demonstrates how we help to develop each pupil’s individual talents and strengths.

There are close links in place with past pupils and opportunities for them to keep in touch with the School and one another.  Attendance at school events and the number of alumnae who are now themselves parents or even grandparents bears testament to the deep and lasting attachment forged between Monmouth School for Girls and its pupils, past and present.

We have listed just a small cross-section of alumnae to highlight the diverse and inspiring career paths they have chosen.

Prof Jane Glover CBE
Conductor, musical scholar, composer
Alex Lodge
ITV Wales Reporter



Lisa Rogers TV presenter
Sandra Huggett Actress (Holby City)
Liz de Havilland Shoe Designer
Prof Jane Glover CBE Conductor, musical scholar, composer
Giulia Mori Fashion designer
Faye Baker Fashion designer
Alison Guill Opera singer and actress
Charlotte Hume Freelance TV presenter and author of ‘The Great Big Vegetable Challenge’ cookbook
Lucy Wisdom
Performance Artist and Conservationist. For an obituary, please click here
Marina Diamandis Singer-songwriter, performing as ‘Marina and the Diamonds’.  Runner up, BBC Sound of Music 2010, Critics’ Choice nominee, Brit Awards 2010


Jane Hoyal Jane was co-founder of 1 Pump Court Chambers way back in 1978. She specialises in public and private family law, and is known for taking on cases that others would not touch. Jane won legal aid barrister of the year in 2013.
Corrina Walker Head of HR, North America at Lloyds Banking Group
Laura Tenison OBE Founder of JoJo Maman Bebe, an internet maternity and babywear firm. Named Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year 2010. In June 2013, Laura appeared on a BBC2 programme ‘Peter Jones meets…’
Sarah Melvin Head of Institutional Client Business for the USA and Canada at BlackRock
Jackie Ballard Chief Executive at Alcohol Concern
Irene Barclay Britain’s first female surveyor
Rachel Carnac Managing Director of Metal Events which received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in April 2013
Emily Webb Inventor of the ‘Webway’ handle, an ergonomically designed rowing handle, now patented in 5 countries. Owner of Oarsome Potential – won Young Enterprise of the Year at the South Wales Business Awards 2012.
Alexandra Butler Executive Headteacher, Head of Hamsptead Norreys CE Primary School and The Willows School


Becky Morgan Professional golfer (US-based LPGA tour, Ladies European Tour)
Kate Callaghan Rowed for Wales at the 1986 Commonwealth Games
Olivia Orchart International fencer, currently ranked 28th in the UK
Sarah Rossiter Represented England in the Long Jump
Isabel Noel-Smith International Rugby Union player (Bristol & England)


Frances Donovan BBC Wales Sports presenter, BBC Wales News presenter
Samantha Lloyd Founder of Lloyd Bell Productions
Alex Lodge ITV Wales Reporter


Dr Rosalind Love Head of Department and reader in Insular Latin. Fellow at Robinson College, University of Cambridge More details
Prof Anne Davies Dean of the Oxford Law Faculty and Professor of Law and Public Policy


Dr Anne Moore Consultant Neurosurgeon, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
Helena Bevan Military – one of the first female officers to lead a battery in combat in Iraq.
Ethel Teague First mayoress of the Borough of Monmouth
Dr Helen Cugnoni Director of Medical Education at Homerton Hospital Trust, London.  Appeared as trauma consultant on BBC documentary Trauma
Daniella Lloyd Model; former Miss Wales
Natalie Sandercock Barrister and Deputy District Judge
Nicola Lathey (nee Lucas) Speech and Language Therapist specialising in under-fives
Nicola is currently promoting her new book ‘Small Talk’ published 20th June 2013.