Whitgift remembers and honours all those who lost their lives in the line of duty.
Students are encouraged to look at the world around them and write about it.
Whitgift has been awarded the Outstanding Progress – Independent School Award at this year’s Education Business Awards.
Unable to take the usual form of live theatre, Mr Hammond set a new challenge for House Drama 2020
Students overcome adversities to fund raise for charity.
Whitgift staff and students arrived on-site in splashes of yellow to support the #HelloYellow campaign.
Prestigious Independent School award provides recognition of Whitgift's inclusive and collaborative values in the context of an all boys' school.
Sixth Formers demonstrate capacity to serve community and raise money for charitable causes.
Tomaz Geddes De Almeida, Thomas Lofthouse and Richard Zimmern win First Prize for the Best Design in the Years 7-11 category with HMS Nightingale.
An exciting day of activities and challenges
Watch our video highlights from this remarkable summer of learning
Lower Sixth Former awarded first prize in the Keble College T&R Essay Competition 2020.
Mr David Cresswell is set to join Whitgift for the start of the 2020/21 Academic Year.
Whitgift's 2020 Upper Sixth Form graduates return to support Year 5 pupils in lessons.
This year's International Baccalaureate Diploma students achieved and an average of 40/45 points
Second Form and Sixth Form students' Japanese speeches win Gold and Bronze
Third Form pupils were tasked with a remote learning research and design challenge.
An inspiring School launched in partnership with Croydon Council and supporting 90 primary school students
Whitgift chess player, Nour Ajili was part of a Kent county team who won the final of The Junior Four Nations Chess League.
Lower First Formers returned to site last week. Here is how they are getting on.