Thursday 24th May 2018
St. Pirans - Inspiring Confidence
Swimming Pool in action Bugsy Malone 2017 Bell ringing before chapel Blazers in the pool Running in front of school Wintry St Piran Science experiment Dancing
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Welcome to St Piran's Maidenhead

Association Committee Members

Charles

Charles Tippet Chairman

Charles Tippetís parents and grandparents ran St Pirans for almost 50 years until 1972. Thus, Charles lived at the school for 23 years and was a boarding pupil from 1956 to 1962. Hockey was his preferred sport and he was in the 1st XI which achieved gold colours for an unbeaten season in 196x. He then went to Radley in 1963 until 1967. After studying in Paris, he joined Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and qualified as an accountant. He played hockey for club and county before switching to motor racing. He has spent his 40 year career working predominantly in the automotive, property, retail and leisure sectors and has just concluded a property CEO role. He is a NED of an automotive group and is working on several projects. The Old Boys Association had been formed by J B Jonas in the early 1980s and Charles was approached in 1991 when JB decided that a fledgling committee should be formed to continue the good work. Charles has been chairman for some 22 years and was present to celebrate the Schoolís 200th anniversary in 2005.

Jonathan

Jonathan Carroll

Headmaster of St Piran's School

Richard

Richard Link

Richard Link was at St Pirans from May 1950 to July 1955. He progressed to Radley College until 1959. He entered articles with F.Rowland and Co and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1965. In 1967, Richard joined the family business of J.D. Link and Son Ltd. Provision Merchants at Smithfield and worked there until the business was sold in 1988. He has always maintained a small accountancy practice and is also currently the Chairman of the Reedham Trust, which gives support with boarding education to children with vulnerable home environment. www.reedham-trust.org.uk. Richardís lives in Croydon and his interests include travel, music, gardening and golf.

Emily Patching

Janny Peppiatt

Helena Stevenson

Michele

Michele Western-Kaye

My association with St. Piranís started many, many years ago when I was a pupil at The Convent of the Nativity of Our Lord in Maidenhead (now Maidenhead College). Many of my friends had brothers at St. Piranís and I have kept in touch with them and their families to this day. My senior school years were spent at Brigidene Convent in Windsor after which I attended Winkfield Place School where I took a Cordon Bleu Diploma and Pitmanís Secretarial qualifications. I enjoyed a very busy role as a PA in the Overseas Office at the House of Commons. In 1988 I married a St. Piranís past pupil, Richard Western-Kaye, Richardís grandfather, Kenneth Garcke was an old boy too and the Headmasterís Cup on Speech Day is the Garcke Cup. Our son William joined St. Piranís as one of the first 26 pupils to enrol in the Nursery. William enjoyed 8 brilliant years at St. Piranís during which time, having re-trained, I joined the teaching staff eventually becoming Head of Girlsí Games. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of my 9 years on the staff only leaving to pursue my dream of working in a boarding school which I do to this day. My interests include riding, walking my 3 Jack Russells, theatre, reading and travel.