old girls' association
Most girls continue their membership of the School after they leave by joining the association of former pupils. The association meets regularly for social functions. Its members offer work experience and careers advice to pupils, and promote business and professional connections amongst those who have left. Its annual magazine is sent to all members.
The City of London Old Girls' Association began its life two years after the school started in 1894. The original aim was to provide the means for former pupils to keep in touch with each other and the school.
The aims of CLOGA today have changed very little over the years. It arranges meetings, reunions and outings to places of interest. It produces an excellent magazine each year with contributions from former pupils from all over the world and across the generations. The School is regarded with particular affection by many Old Girls and there are always a number of girls at the School whose mothers and sometimes grandmothers attended the school so the tradition of being educated at City is maintained.
With the abolition of the Assisted Places Scheme some very able girls were denied admission to the School. CLOGA aims to raise funding for scholarships and bursaries.
CLOGA Dinner 2014 - Thus inaugural event will be held in central London and is currently being organised. If you have any suggestions or would like to organise a reunion, contact Gillian at email@example.com
The Travel Club will be organising future events soon and if you have any suggestions please contact Beryl at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone wishing to join the Association should contact Mrs Fiona Porter (nee MacHaffie) at email@example.com who will be pleased to send you an application Form.
The Subscription fee is £10.00 a year payable on January 1st. Life Membership may be purchased for £200.00 spread over five years at £40.00 per year. Student Membership for a girl leaving School is £10.00 for three years. The CLOGA Magazine, which is only sent to CLOGA members, is produced annually .
A number of Regional Groups have been formed to make it easier for those members living away from London to meet with other Old Girls. Should you wish to join one of the groups please contact firstname.lastname@example.org who will be pleased to give you the contact details of the relevant Regional Group Leader. The regional groups are:
- DORSET & WILTSHIRE
OVERSEAS - The Association has a representative in both Australia and New Zealand who keeps in touch with members in those countries.
The Archive of materials depicting life at CLSG over the ages was recently collated by Anne Savage and her team and then deposited , for permanent storage, with the London Metropolitan Archives which they then sorted and catalogued. These files are very easily accessed for interest and research purposes - London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HB. Tel: 020 7332 3881.
Should you have anything you wish to donate to the Archives please contact Fiona Porter email@example.com