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We like to keep in touch with our former students to see how they are getting on, and are really proud of how well some our students have done since leaving the school.

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Alumni Profiles

Tasneem-Zohura Alom (Corporate Lawyer at Forsters LLP)  

“My time at Stepney All Saints has really grounded me. I was pushed by my teachers to excel in the areas of writing, public speaking and team work. These are the skills that I use every day as a Corporate lawyer. The teachers went beyond teaching me the curriculum, often engaging in lengthy political debates with me (thanks Mr Oldham!) and supporting my various passions and pursuits. I am grateful to all the teachers who played such an important role in building my character and resilience. I left school with lifelong friendships and a deep understanding of how important it is to cultivate your own path to success.”

Ola Jacob Raji
(t at )

Stepney All Saints gave me a great foundation for an all-encompassing educating in East London. Whatever effort I showed was backed up with even greater teachers and mentors around us. I wouldn’t have achieved all I have today without the investment made in me.”


Sara Dilmamode (Director )

“While I probably didn’t appreciate it as much as I should have at the time I have come to realise just how valuable my time at school was. I benefitted immensely from lessons with a number of talented teachers and from the structure and motivation provide by our form teacher. I also grew in confidence and determination. My experiences at Stepney All Saints provided a useful foundation for my later studies at university.”


Dr Jahangir Alom
(Anaesthetics/Intensive Care Doctor at NHS)

Dr Alom is the first of his family to study A-Levels and later went on to study Medicine at the University of Southampton where he graduated with the Deans Prize for outstanding contribution to the faculty of medicine. During his time at medical school he set up an outreach programme that helped young people from similar backgrounds to himself aspire to work in the NHS. He was recognised as one of the top 100 influential healthcare leaders in 2022 by the health service journal (HSJ) and is a recipient of an NHS Parliamentary Award. Dr Jahangir Alom was appointed as a School Governor at SASS in October 2023.

Dmytro Palamarchuk
Crown Prosecutor at The Crown Prosecution Service)

An experienced Solicitor with a history of working in the law practice industry.
“My time at the school gave me the necessary skills and taught me the discipline to pursue my career. Without those foundations I would not be where I am today, and I am extremely grateful to my teachers who supported and guided me throughout my years at the school.”