Watch out 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 39/45 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.
Whitgift pupils have been working hard to raise funds during the pandemic.
Students have been sending in their digital submissions, click here to see some of their amazing artwork.
Whitgift has launched Whitgift Connect, an online networking platform for Alumni of the School to stay connected.
Artist, Jeremy Houghton, ran a competition and Tom came joint second.
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.
Staff volunteer drivers have been supporting the local community by collecting and distributing food during the Covid 19 pandemic.
OW Kevin Kalkhoven visits Whitgift and brings two of his cars.
The ever popular House Music Competition took place in early February!
The Lower First and First Form take Roald Dahl’s tale of Fantastic Mr Fox to the Whitgift stage.