'From the classroom to the boardroom - why attitude and resilience are critical success factors in zig zag careers' - a talk by Marianne Culver, President of RS Components
Wednesday 9 May 7.30pm
Marianne Culver is the global President of RS Components, a company with operations in 32 countries, selling 500,000 electronic, electrical and industrial products to over one million customers around the world.
With 25 years’ experience as a senior international executive, and a track record of delivering shareholder value and global digital business transformation, Marianne has worked in four continents and has also held non-executive board positions at the British Quality Foundation among others.
Marianne read modern languages at St Andrew’s University and began her career as a teacher, before zig zagging into micro-electronics component distribution, much to the bemusement of her parents.
Admission is free but places are limited. To book tickets please email email@example.com as soon as possible.
Founders' day concert
Friday 11 May 7.30pm
Performances from a selection of St Swithun’s musical ensembles including Symphony Orchestra and Concert Band. The winner of this year’s school music competition, violist Madeleine Alexander M5, will perform the Bruch Romanze.
her story: the fight to graduate
Thursday 17 May 7.00pm
Harvey Hall - studio theatre
Part of the school’s celebration of her story: 100 years since the emancipation of women, The Fight to Graduate is a performance of scenes from Jessica Swale’s play Blue Stockings charting the journey of four women. This event will coincide with a display of pictures and projects depicting the struggle for women’s equality over the last century.
Music scholars and exhibitioners' concert
Wednesday 13 June 7.30pm
Our summer term scholars and exhibitioners' concert is a chance to hear our finest musicians performing as soloists.
Lower school production of Wendy & Peter Pan by Ella Hickson
Wednesday 20 June and Thursday 21 June 7.00pm
Ella Hickson’s radical retelling of JM Barrie’s novel is full of comedy, magic and adventure. This adaptation has Wendy centre-stage, and features the street-wise Peter and his Lost Boys, a band of useless pirates, the endearing Darling family and the quirky, feisty Tink and Tiger-Lily.
Friday 22 June 7.30pm
A concert featuring solos and ensemble performances including Wind Band, Phoenix Choir and finalists from the school music competition.
M5 GCSE drama performance of The Tempest
Wednesday 4 July 7.00pm
Harvey Hall - studio theatre
Workshop and joint concert with the Band of the Scots Guards
Sunday 8 July from 10.30am
A fantastic opportunity for young musicians from across Hampshire to perform with this world-renowned band. This event is being held in conjunction with Hampshire Music Services. Open to all woodwind, brass & percussion players grade 5+ standard, participants must return their registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Each participant will receive two audience tickets for the concert.
If you would like to attend the free concert at 6pm, please contact email@example.com.