Founded in 1906 as the The Red Maids' Old Girls Society, we currently have almost 1,400 members worldwide.
The Society was founded in 1906 as The Red Maids' Old Girls' Society, keeping former pupils and staff of the Red Maids' School, Bristol, in touch with each other.
In 2006 we celebrated our 100th birthday with a special AGM and a Centenary lunch.
As part of the 2009-2010 celebrations of the 375th birthday of the school, we hosted two very successful all day events for different generations of 'Old Girls'.
We hope to see many of you in the summer of 2016 for our 110th birthday, when events will include a 'Take A Tour & Tea AGM' in May, and Afternoon Tea at Berwick Lodge in September.
We are very proud of the excellent education that we received at the oldest girls' school in England, and proud too that the school continues to combine tradition and heritage with excellent modern teaching.
If you are a former Red Maid, but not yet a member, why not join us today?
Careers - Eight Years On
Are you working in an interesting profession? Are you happy to be contacted by current or former pupils about your career path or networking opportunities? Could you come back to school to talk to the girls?
Each year an event called 'Eight Years On' brings former pupils back to chat to the current girls about what they are doing. Please get in touch or contact the school if you would like to inspire young women or offer advice: email@example.com .