The incredible cast of The Whitgift production of Billy Elliot the musical performed over four nights to full houses.
100% pass rate for IB students this year, with a 40 out of 45 point average across the cohort.
The summer sun filled South Field as our 9 Junior Houses competed in pursuit of the House Cup.
This success demonstrates their enthusiasm, ingenuity and passion for all things German.
20 Whitgiftians competed in The World School Swim Championships 2022 at the London Aquatic Centre.
Students performed alongside the professional London Mozart Players at Fairfield Halls.
For three and a half hours, senior actors from the Fifth and Sixth Forms held levels of tension and electricity.
This is the first time Whitgift CCF have partnered with Old Palace to form a co-education setting outside the classroom.
350 villiagers in Kyaisimba, Uganda benefit from the installation of a new clean water pump.
Challenging advanced mathematics activities, led by Lower Sixth Further Mathematicians.
The festival started with solo and ensemble performances, and finished with the Debbie Thomas Guitar Competition.
The School had a record number of entries and a high standard of performances across all classes.
The winning design was chosen by the Headmaster and Senior Deputy from over 50 entries.
Whitgift welcomed award-winning author, Kathryn Evans on-site to celebrate World Book Day.
Success for William in Southampton University's 20th annual National Cipher Challenge
The Junior Years production of Lionboy ran for three days and was chosen for its theatricality and playful style.
Members of Horticultural Club enjoy a lesson in tree planting from Whitgift's team of Gardeners
An impressive variety of performances by a mixture of young and senior students from across the School
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.