Flagrans Veritatis Studio! | Burning with the Zeal for Truth!

 our mission

The Glenmuir High School Past Students Association (UK) Chapter is part of the Glenmuir High School international alumni association. Our mission is to engage with alumni past and present across the United Kingdom and continue to support our beloved alma mater Glenmuir High in Jamaica as well as students continuing their studies in tertiary institutions in the UK. 

 

GHSpsa (UK) chapter President

Kerry badaloo - in her own words...

As the GHSPSA (UK) Chapter President, may I welcome you to our online space. Since 2010, a small group of alumni here in the UK would meet up and subsequently decided to formalise links with our alma mater Glenmuir High School in Jamaica. I am particularly proud of the fact that the UK membership conceived and initiated the GHS Breakfast Programme project back in 2017 which has since proven to be of immense benefit to disadvantaged students.  We have joined forces with the other GHS Alumni Associations and together we have been able to complete and dedicate the Dr. Sydney Scott Auditorium. 2020 has brought the worldwide pandemic of Covid-19. Nevertheless, we were able to answer Principal Dr. Marsha Smalling's call for assistance with learning resources and personal protective  equipment for the staff members. Going forward, we will continue to strive to increase our membership as well as assist our school. The fire still burns - here in the UK!

Your EXECUTIVe officers

President: Kerry Badaloo

Vice President: Peter Allison

Treasurer: Durant Thompson 

Secretary: Sophia Smith

raheem sterling scholarships 2024-25

May 25, 2024 


The Raheem Sterling Scholarships are open to Black British students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds from the Greater London area. It is worth up to £16,250 per year.

Award details

The Raheem Sterling Foundation envisions a world where young people will always have the support they need in the pursuit of improving their opportunities, their future careers and their quality of life.

Through his charitable organisation, Raheem Sterling is dedicated to helping those from disadvantaged backgrounds break down barriers to success, find their voice, and realise their true potential in the world.

Award value

The Raheem Sterling Scholarship will cover the course tuition fees and a stipend.

The award will be paid in the form of an annual fee waiver for the amount of £9,250 per student and a stipend for the amount of £7,000 per student. The award is for a maximum of three years. Students will not receive funding for repeat years, a year abroad or interruptions.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for the Raheem Sterling Scholarship, applicants must:

Preferred applicants will:

The scholarships are for 3 years and are subject to satisfactory academic progress. If you undertake a year abroad or an industrial placement year these will need to be self-funded. This can include taking out Student Finance. If you study a degree longer than three years, additional years will also need to be self-funded.

If you do not make satisfactory academic progress, and you need to repeat a year of your studies, this will not be paid for by the scholarship and you will need to self-fund. This can include taking out Student Finance.

Successful recipients must be willing to report annually on their progress at King’s to the Raheem Sterling Foundation.

Award conditions

Student Fees & Funding - Privacy Notice

Application process

In order to apply for this scholarship please click the red 'Apply' button on the right of this page. 

Please ensure you answer all questions and upload your Student Finance England notification - you will need to be approved for funding from Student Finance in order to submit your application. 

The Deadline for application is 11.59pm 30th May 2024.

jamaica diaspora conference for june 16-19

May 17, 2024 

Jamaica Diaspora Conference is scheduled for June 16-19.

celebrating Teachers appreciation day at glenmuir

May 7, 2024 

In celebration of Teachers Appreciation Day in Jamaica, our GHS UK Chapter President Kerry Badaloo (pictured far right) has donated books on behalf of the UK Chapter to our beloved alma mater. 

WINDRUSH NATIONAL VIGIL FOR APRIL 6 IN BRIXTON 

April 4, 2024 

The Windrush National Vigil. Commemorating The 6th Anniversary of the Windrush Scandal. Saturday, 6 April 2024 12 Noon BST (UK time).

Windrush Square, Saltoun Rd/Effra Rd, Brixton, London SW2 1EF.


All welcome, Windrush survivors and organisations. You can join us on YouTube or Zoom.

Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85460701484?pwd=cG52RTR0MUZKdDZTSkNXZkZGRFdEUT09

*Meeting ID: 854 6070 1484 Passcode: 132698 *Dial in: 0203 481 5237



REMOVING THE STIGMA from MENTAL HEALTH for march 17

March 14, 2024 

Meeting time - 7PM (UK)




jamaica diaspora conference for june 202

March 12, 2024 

The 10th biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference is scheduled for June 16-19 at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Jamaica. 


glenmuir Brunch  2024 - another succeSS

March 11, 2024 

Our alma mater Glenmuir High School held another successful JA Brunch on March 10. The UK Chapter was represented by our President Kerry Badaloo and others. To see more pictures, go to the Gallery.



glenmuir Brunch  for march 2024 -   clarendon, jamaica

January 31, 2024 

It's our Glenmuir Brunch,  held in Jamaica, scheduled for March 10 at The Verandah, Juici Park in Clarendon. Tickets cost J$7000 | £35.00.