Myleene Klass and Harry French at Cliff Park

Myleene Klass, alumna turned mentor, inspires pupils at Cliff Park Ormiston Academy

Renowned musician and TV presenter Myleene Klass has returned to her roots at Cliff Park Ormiston Academy, dedicating her time and expertise to mentor pupils. Initially motivated by a desire to reopen the school’s music department, Klass has since become deeply involved in supporting and inspiring students to aim for higher education.

Myleene Klass, celebrated for her musical talent and television presence, was recently photographed on stage at BST Hyde Park. She has now taken on a significant role at Cliff Park Ormiston Academy, providing mentorship and guidance to current students.

Klass’s involvement began with her passion for music, aiming to revive the music department that had been pivotal during her school years at Cliff Park. However, her commitment has expanded far beyond this initial goal. She now actively engages with students, encouraging them to pursue their academic ambitions and consider university education.

Principal Harry French expressed his gratitude for Klass’s contributions, highlighting the positive impact on the students, and said: “Myleene’s return to Cliff Park Ormiston Academy has been incredibly beneficial for our pupils. Her success story and dedication are truly inspirational, motivating our students to reach for their dreams.”

Myleene’s dedication and influence have had a profound impact on the students, who look up to her as a role model. Through her efforts, she is helping to shape the futures of young minds, fostering a new generation of aspiring musicians and scholars. The revitalisation of the music department under her mentorship has also reignited a passion for the arts within the school community.

With the support of the principal and the entire Cliff Park Ormiston Academy staff, Myleene is making a lasting difference, ensuring that students have the resources and encouragement they need to succeed.