OWs share Whitgift School Lapland expedition from 1957 with Abisko after BBC programme by Michael Portillo.
17-year-old former Chelsea academy ace, Jamal Musiala is Bayern Munich’s youngest ever goal scorer
In 2020, A Level and GCSE grades were awarded by the School following a lengthy and rigorous process.
OW Pavan Rao (2009-16) graduates from The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Whitgift has launched a Community Summer School to support year five students affected by lockdown.
British Airways Captain and OW Alexander Jolly, is involved in a new charity; Project Wingman that aims to support frontline NHS staff through the coronavirus pandemic.
OW Bardh Lepaja (2015-17) won a £100 Amazon gift voucher from Whitgift to say thank you for taking part in a recent survey.
BBC studios head and Old Boy Tim Davie has been appointed as the BBC’s 17th Director General in September when Lord Tony Hall steps down.
Whitgift has launched Whitgift Connect, an online networking platform for Alumni of the School to stay connected.
To date over 2000 pieces of PPE have been made and delivered to 25 London based operations, including Croydon University Hospital.
Whitgift donates 84 sets of googles and other equipment as NHS PPE.
OW Kevin Kalkhoven visits Whitgift and brings two of his cars.
Fifty-seven boys applied for Oxbridge and fourteen have secured offers including a scholarship for Cambridge.
Jack Preuveneers (2009 – 2016) was presented to Her Majesty the Queen at the official opening of the Royal Philatelic Society of London (RPSL).
National tennis champion Michael Mhangami, currently studying a BSc Hons in Sport Management and Coaching at Bath University, applauds Whitgift’s student-athlete academic provision.
New York City had its very first Whitgift reunion! OW David Drinkwater (1976 – 1983) hosted an informal dinner in Manhattan.
Old Whitgiftian, Isaac Fung has been awarded the Prince Phillip Scholarship for his undergraduate studies at Cambridge University.
Outstanding results from the Fifth Form students in their GCSE and IGCSE exams.
Whitgift teacher stumbled across OW (1930 – 1935) and Reverend Felix Vivian Allan Boyse celebrating his 102nd birthday while camping with his wife over the summer.
Whitgift celebrates the outstanding achievements of its A Level students.