Whitgift's Headmaster has been appointed to the Heads Council of the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
Femi presents his environmental hack while Alex exhibits upcycled furniture.
28 of Whitgift’s talented Violin, Viola, and Cello players took to the Concert Hall stage.
Whitgift made its first solo return to Fairfield Halls since 2015 to celebrate musical excellence.
The School’s new podcast talks to different members of the Whitgift community about current and relevant topics.
The only event in Whitgift’s Performing Arts calendar that is directed and organised by the pupils.
Whitgift is pleased to announce that we’ve once again been positioned as a Global Top 10 IB School.
To celebrate National Poetry Day, Whitgift welcomed poet and spoken word artist, Kimba on-site for a day of activities.
The first music event of the academic year, showcasing the wide range of woodwind talent on offer.
Joe Choong visited Whitgift following his remarkable achievements in the Summer 2021 Olympics.
Please support our nomination of Whitgift’s Cricket Academy Head Coach, Simon Jackson.
Students returned to Haling Park to collect their results and celebrate their achievements.
After a tough 18 months, students celebrated collecting their results on a sunshine filled day.
Whitgift International Baccalaureate students achieved an average of 41.6 points out of 45.
Whitgift has been “Highly Commended” in 3 categories for the Whitonomics Magazine.
An extravaganza of Music and Drama, featuring a variety of performers from across the School.
The first music competition to return this term, giving all students an opportunity to perform in a supportive environment.
The annual brass concert 'Strictly Come Brassing' was adapted slightly to an outdoor event: Brasstonbury 2021.
Ishwar's passion for yoga led to him receiving a Points of Light Award from the Prime Minister.
Pupils engage in a two-week end of term celebration of stimulating learning experiences beyond the classroom.