We must coax children to look at the better times ahead.
Our students deserve every congratulation, and every plaudit they’d have had in person in a normal year.
Remote interviewing and learning has been met with optimism and good will by parents and pupils alike.
If ten year-olds can turn up to do entrance exams after the turmoil they have had this year, and they can be organised in the middle of winter, it can be done nationally...
Hunkering in to a small community is not the right long-term attitude.
The House Drama competition, ingeniously transferred to film, provided something of that magic.
We are continuing to find ways of keeping that spirit alive in school
We have a long, tough winter ahead and we will be here for you.
Giving forward means taking a gift and making the world better for those who come after.
The tiny silver lining that students were bound to get better at independent learning.
This week's blog is kindly contributed by School Captain Gus Bradford.
The spirit of keeping on going.
The School is buzzing again and teachers are finding ingenious ways to bring subjects to unfamiliar spaces.
We should not forget the significance of this day as we welcome back all our pupils.
Gracious U-turn by Ofqual is the fairest approach for this year's leavers and their families.
School Captain 2019-20, Zain Peerbhoy shares his experiences as a volunteer for the Whitgift Community Summer School.
Some heartfelt words from Mrs Bedford, Head of Upper Sixth, to the Class of 2020 who graduated this week.
We look forward to hopefully reopening the School to ALL pupils.
Whitgift welcomed our Fourth Form and Lower Sixth Formers to our Covid-19 secure site.
Asking 'what can regular people like us do to prevent that kind of thing happening again?'
Exploring how communities find ways of being together if they are strong.
Guest Blog: The core values of respect, tolerance and diversity in society today.
"We have a unique chance to force change, we shouldn’t let the opportunity pass."
Our Student Leadership Team 2020 share their reflections from the past year and how their experiences have impacted them.
Part of a video message from the Headmaster to students.
Social distancing has taught us the importance of collaboration and how it can affect our future.
Embracing our current circumstances by trying something new.
These are the times that make us as people and we will emerge strong and united from this time.
This week's blog is kindly contributed by School Vice Captain Max Ronte.
Education develops the skills and attitudes required to succeed.
Creativity is one of the essential humanising characteristics.
This blog was kindly contributed by Max Cooper, Deputy Vice Captain.
How students leave a legacy.
At Whitgift we recognise each candidate and student is individual in our socially diverse community.
Preparing students for their path in life.
Whitgift's 10 reasons to be cheerful this term.
The balance between individual and team.
Engendering team spirit and fostering dedication.
This part of the half term is hard work, so remember to stop and think.
This blog was kindly contributed by Zain Peerbhoy, School Captain.
Black Alumni of Whitgift School (BAWS) brings together alumni and students to support each other and celebrate achievement
University should encourage students to treat each other equally, to have equal respect for others' views.
Our boys get a lot out of helping other people.
Our School community pull together on a sunny Saturday.
Helping Whitgiftians think early about their place in the world.
Looking to the year ahead.