Alumnae of SPGS

Natasha and Joely Richardson

OP 1979. Well-known actresses.

Jo, Baroness Valentine

OP 1977. Member of the House of Lords and Chief Executive of London First.

Annabel Arden

OP 1977. Theatre Director and founding member of Theatre de Complicite.

Dodie Smith

OP 1914. Novelist and playwright best known for writing 'The Hundred and One Dalmatians' and 'I Capture the Castle'.

Karen Goldie-Morrison

OP 1971. Director of the Charles Darwin Trust and former co-owner of Oxford Scientific Films.

Mary Mackenzie

OP 1908. First Head Girl at St Paul's. First woman to be Royal Archivist at Windsor Castle.

Kathleen 'Kitty' Godfree

OP 1908. British tennis and badminton player who won five Olympic golds and two Wimbledon Championships during her career.

Judy Jackson

OP 1956. Author of seven cookbooks, including 'The Essential Jewish Cookbook' and 'Lookit Cookit: Kitchen Games for Curious Children'. Her novel 'The Camel Trail' won an award in 2007.

Professor Dame Jessica Rawson

OP 1962. Historian of ancient China, and sometime Warden of Merton College, Oxford.

Zoe de Toledo

OP 2005. Coxswain and winner of a silver medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio with the coxed 8+. This marks the first Olympic medal won by a British women’s eight. She coxed the eight that won the gold medal at the 2016 European Rowing Championships and for the 2012 Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.

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