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Launching the new SGS Community Network

SGS Community Website

Reconnect with your year group, network, keep up-to-date with the latest events and reunions, share news and advice, update your records and much more with the new SGS Community Network.

SGS has launched a new SGS Community Network to help Alumni stay connected and updated. Our community enables you to update your records with the school, tell us which communications you would like to receive from us and helps you network with the wider community on your interests, career areas, year group and more. We’ll also keep you posted with the most up-to-date news and events happening across your year group and location.

  • Reconnect with fellow Old Stops
  • Network
  • Keep up-to-date with the latest events and reunions
  • Share news and advice
  • Update your records

Join today

As former pupils, former parents, former staff members and businesses we all have one thing in common, a deep belief in the power of education for the children in Stockport. Many of us are extremely proud of our Stockport roots, and want to see this area continue to make progress economically, socially and culturally. Did you know one in every five children in the Stepping Hill ward live under the bread line? SGS also holds a story very close to its heart – that there has been a long history of philanthropy, but if we are to provide an education to more bright, locally based children, regardless of their family’s ability to pay – we must do more. Our new online portal means you will be able to sign up to your Alumni network and benefit from those who share your experience of being connected to SGS. Connect to ask questions about careers and to offer your expertise to current pupils.

We will be continuing to offer you a chance to re-live your school days as we make more of our archive material available – particularly the digital photo archives from 2008 onwards. We will also be holding small bespoke gatherings.

We hope that you will gather around a shared vision to increase our Bursary provision and to expand access to education in its broadest sense – Academic, Sports, Arts, Culture and more.