Milly Jean Wall

What is your favourite memory of Malvern College?

There is more than one!

- Running back to House for tea and toast at break time
- Finishing the Ledder and feeling invincible!
- Choir practice with Mr Sloan
- The closing night of a school play
- Tutor sessions with lots of tea and cake
- Winning house singing and walking back from the Malvern Theatres singing the winning song for all the town to hear!
- Walking into chapel for the Christmas carol concert
- Walking along the triangle to lessons, taking in the seasons and the stunning surroundings
- Running along the Malvern Hills and seeing the campus below in all its glory

What attracted you to your particular career and what do you enjoy most about it?

- I love the creativity, and how every day is different.
- The fast pace and excitement of a project
- Creating someone’s vision

What part did Malvern College play in giving you the necessary skills for your chosen path?

- Endless possibility and opportunity
- Being able to manage a busy schedule! I don’t think I’ve ever been as busy and fulfilled as I was at school juggling all the co-curricular activities, rushing from choir to sports matches, with an outfit change in-between. There is no-question that prepared me for fashion weeks!
- I was very fortunate to be awarded an ‘All-round’, Arts & Drama scholarship which made me want to prove I was worth the accolades and work even harder at Malvern!

What are your ambitions?

- To be happy
- To inspire others

What advice would you give to current pupils contemplating working in your field?

"Never, never, never give up.” (a Winston Churchill Quote, that is my father's and also my favourite quote of all time). Very relevant in every corner of life!

What advice would you give to current pupils about making the most of their time at Malvern College?

Say yes to everything. The only thing you will regret once you have left the grounds of Malvern college are the things you didn’t do.