It was wonderful to see the Class of 1973 back on campus last Friday for their 50-year reunion – an event which highlighted that Worth’s support for students does not finish when they leave school, it is a lifelong relationship.
Twenty students who left the School 50 years ago returned to Worth for the reunion, along with guests and former teachers. As well as enjoying a tour of the School, they enjoyed a lovely lunch in the Cowdray Room.
Some of the thank you messages we have received since the reunion show how fondly these former students think of the School all these years on. Here are some of those messages:
“I left Worth (last Friday) with a feeling of incredible admiration for all that has been achieved at the School. It really is a most impressive place and must measure very strongly against all its competition, not just Sussex and Surrey but countrywide.”
“Thank you so much for organising such a wonderful day. It was a delight seeing so many after so long and having the opportunity to catch up. It was also marvellous to see the School going from strength to strength and looking so good.”
“Thank you for arranging this historic (for us at least!!) event…we all loved it.”
The day was organised by our alumni association, Worth Society, who provide lifelong support and guidance, offering careers advice and enabling former students to stay in touch with one another for business and social networking purposes.