Formerly known as the Lent Collection Concert, this year's event adopted a fresh approach.
The performance delved into themes of class struggle, exploitation and societal inequality.
Half Term saw 56 pupils from the U13 and U14 Rugby teams head off to Dubai for their first Rugby tour.
The competition captivated students with an evening brimming with musical flair and enthusiasm.
First Business Breakfast of 2024, featuring guest speaker, Old Whitgiftian (OW) Rahmon Agbaje.
Congratulations to the 14 Whitgiftians who have secured Oxbridge offers for 2024 entry.
The course provided enjoyment but also improved their communication and problem-solving skills.
Eight teachers from South Korea had a tour of the School and received an overview of the Korean provision.
Congratulations to the winners of the Art department Walkie Talkie competition.
Oluwani returned to Whitgift to facilitate a session with students he had previously mentored.
The recently established 'Blue Shirt Boys' sang a selection of songs from The Snowman.
The Big School stage came alive with the vibrant musical adaptation of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
The Grounds team and Horticulture Club planted an impressive 137 trees and 1,250 hedging whips.
Music enthusiasts gathered at Fairfield Halls for the annual Autumn Collection Concert.
A total of five unique shows, all written by members of staff, will be performed by First Form students.
Rafe (Upper Sixth Form) has been shortlisted for Young Geographer of the Year by the RGS.
The event featured the talents of Whitgift and Croydon High's Sixth Form students.
The annual Careers Convention saw 400 Fifth Form and Lower Sixth Form students in attendance.
The event celebrated the diverse cultures and backgrounds of students at Whitgift.
All eight Houses participated with great enthusiasm and confidence, fostering a sense of camaraderie.