Kilgraston and beyond: alumnae stories
We are always delighted to hear from former Kilgraston girls, but never more so at this time as many of them are supporting and helping their communities through this pandemic in different ways.
This week’s alumnae story was sent in by the family of former Kilgraston girl, Grace Thomson.
Grace left Kilgraston in 2014 after being elected Head Girl from 2013-14. She went on to study nursing at the University of Glasgow, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing degree with Honours. Soon after graduating, Grace started working at Glasgow Royal Infirmary (GRI) in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where she and her colleagues are currently working tirelessly on Covid19 wards, fighting on the very front line on this pandemic.
Grace’s family are understandably missing her, but are enormously proud of her, as is everyone here at Kilgraston.
As we stand in our doorways and clap for our key works on Thursday next week, we ask that you clap just a little louder for Grace and her colleagues at GRI, as well as every other key worker helping keep our country safe.
Thank you for all your hard work Grace, we look forward to welcoming you back to Kilgraston for a visit when this is over!
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