I'm living in Australia, happily married to an Englishman. We have a beautiful daughter, Ellie.
The Old Brightonian Community
For the past few years I have been working on an educational outreach project for the Millennium Mathematics Project at Cambridge University. But I have realised that life is too short to continually travel around the country convincing children that maths can be fun, so I am in the process of quitting my job, selling my car, giving away my furniture and booking my flights to Central America.
After the final day back in 1991, I did my bit at Cambridge Uni training to be a teacher (putting something back in and all that!). I taught at St John's Choir School for two years where I was assistant Housemaster looking after the delightful choristers (!). I then spent eight great years at Dulwich College teaching a class of Year 6 boys and running the PE and Games in the Junior School.
Not so much news but thanks to Mike Senyard for producing a long-forgotten photograph which I took of Norman "Nero" Frith half a century ago! How very interesting - does he have any other photos?
Have finally graduated from medical school and am to start working at the Kent and Sussex Hospital in Tunbridge Wells in July.
It was a sweltering November afternoon just before the long awaited rains. I stepped out of the office and looked up the mile long jacaranda lined straight road that led out of the village to see if there was any sign of the Tuesday and Friday bi-weekly bus. As there was no great plume of dust in the distance that heralded its arrival I went back into the Office.