Concordia Winter 2023

Class Notes

Samir Sardana (2013-2020) In a feat rarely achieved in one academic year, Samir Sardana played in the Varsity hockey match and then represented Cambridge again in the T20 Varsity cricket match at Lord's. In a high-quality encounter, Oxford posted a competitive 175/5 off their 20 overs and Cambridge chased it down to win by seven wickets. Samir, who is studying Engineering at Gonville and Caius College, has now played at Lord's three times. He played for MTS on the

Michael Loveday (1986-1991) Michael Loveday is a writer, editor and coach for creative practitioners and sole traders to make progress in their creative lives. His book Unlocking the Novella-in-Flash: from blank page to finished manuscript has recently won the Cadmus Book Award for ‘Non-fiction: Crafting/ Hobbies/How-To’ books


Samir Sardana representing CUHC

Nursery Ground, and prior to that back in March 2015, when he captained the Hillingdon

team to victory in the London Youth Games

Final in the indoor facility at Lord's.

Harry Bridgewater (2017-2022) Oxford first-year Medicine student Harry Bridgewater was awarded his Blue this year after playing at fly-half in a tightly contested Varsity Match at Twickenham. Oxford were a little unlucky to lose 15-10.

Adrian Barnett (1960-1965) Now a Danish citizen in a

personal bid to rejoin the EU, which he continues to work for, investigating claims of bullying in EU bodies. Angus Hamilton (2009-2016) Now working in Oslo having studied French and Spanish at Newcastle University. Working for a Dutch bank in Shipping and New Energies. Maths and languages opens all doors!

Harry Bridgewater playing for Oxford in the Varsity rugby match at Twickenham

School Governance Are you interested in contributing to the governance of Merchant Taylors’ School through the Governing Body or one of its sub-committees? Our Governors come from many different backgrounds and possess a wide range of skills and experience. Being a Governor is a rewarding way to give back to the school and the next generation of MTS pupils. If you are interested in joining our friendly governing body, the Governors’ Nominations Committee would be pleased to hear from you. Please send a brief biography summarising the strengths you feel you could offer one of our committees, and the Nominations Committee will be happy to consider your suitability. Please send information, which will be treated in confidence, to the Clerk to the Governors, Edward Valletta at .

Nick Finney (2007-2012)


Based in Rome and working abroad for the World Food Program.

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