OM Rob Woodhead discusses life after Millfield, emphasizing how school skills influenced his business journey, and shares advice for current students and OMs entering the business world.
Upper Sixth student Fechi Okafor, an aspiring England netballer, opens up on her Millfield experience and playing first team netball.
The Order of the British Empire is a British honour system established by King George V in 1917 to recognise outstanding contributions to society. Millfield School, founded in 1935, celebrates alumni who have received these honours for their achievements.
We have heard plenty of misconceptions about Millfield over the years, so here are a selection of the most common, so that we can separate the facts from the fiction.
There are a number of different factors that make choosing a school a difficult task. We’ve summarised our five top tips of questions to ask when choosing the right preparatory day or boarding school for you and your family.
Joining a school with your sibling can have many benefits and will give you a special shared school experience and memories, especially when boarding. We caught up with three Millfield boarding siblings Beau, Lexie, and Aston, and a family of four siblings spread across Millfield and Millfield Prep, Maia, Noelle, Ella, and Jonah, to ask them what it’s like.
Simon Beck is a British snow artist and a former cartographer. He is primarily known for his landscape drawings created from snow and sand.
OMs Ruth Tuthill and Rowena Dickerson share the benefits of OM networking.