Whitgift International Baccalaureate (IB) students received their results and this year have achieved an average of 41.5 points out of 45.
An extravaganza of Music and Drama, featuring a variety of performers from across the School.
The Whitgift String Competition was the first music competition to return this term, giving all students an opportunity to perform in a supportive environment.
This year, our annual brass concert 'Strictly Come Brassing' was adapted slightly to an outdoor event: Brasstonbury 2021.
It has been an exciting year for Lower First Former, Ishwar, who’s passion for yoga has led to him receiving a Points of Light Award from the Prime Minister.
Pupils engage in a 2-week end of term celebration of learning beyond the classroom.
Whitgift is set to re-open its doors this July with an enhanced Community Summer School.
Head of Science, Mr Elliott, prepared a Pirate Science activity programme to celebrate the end of the Upper Sixth Form transition courses.
Nuffield Health will not be re-opening its Whitgift School site due to the increasing demand for use of the sports centre facilities by the School.
An outdoor music recital at Whitgift House was welcomed by residents, who were pleased to see students back again.
Brass Competition winners to be presented awards at Brasstonbury in June.
Lower & Upper Sixth students awarded certificates in this challenging competition, aimed at students in their last year of study.
We are delighted to share the first edition of Giving Together, a newsletter celebrating the School’s community activities and charitable work.
The final of the singing competition was a welcomed opportunity to sing live in the Concert Hall.
Much revered teacher and colleague, Mr Keith Smith MBE has sadly lost his brave battle with cancer.
Budding physicists in the Fifth and Lower Sixth Form take part in the British Physics Olympiad events.
A series of Audiobooks read by the Whitgift community.
The Music Department at Whitgift have been preparing for an exciting number of competitions this year, with the first being the piano competition.
Lent’s singing competition has been gathering momentum throughout March.
Head of Cricket Performance, Mr Kendrick shares working with the England Women’s Cricket Academy.