Shown below are case studies from some of our former students with a brief description of what they are doing now.

Alumni Case Studies


If you would like to add your details to the Alumni we would be really interested to hear from you and you can either contact Mrs Arlott by email: or complete the Alumni Form.

In addition, we have been fortunate to have had a number of former students speak to current students in 2016 to help motivate and inspire.

  • Dr James Brighton (1999) spoke to A-level PE students on his PhD on the impact of athletes identity following spinal injury. He is also head of the development of research including the Sport and Body Cultures Research Group. To conclude his talk, Dr Brighton reflected on his time at JMHS and his university studies.
  • Former students Paul Collins and Ed Evans shared their own experiences to Y12 students introducing a presentation by Working Options and talking about their own careers as a pilot and owner of a property management company.
  • In 2015 we were delighted to hear of Adam Willis’ success who after achieving straight A grades in his four A levels at John Masefield Sixth Form went on to study Architecture at Queen’s College Cambridge. His vibrant art work still graces the Sixth Form common room.   As a member of a London-base collective of Architects known as Assemble, Adam was fortunate to win the prestigious Turner Prize award for contemporary art as part of the group.   They work across the fields of art, design and architecture to create projects in tandem with the communities who use and inhabit them.