New sports portal

We have just launched a new sports portal www.stcsports.co.uk  The site is an easy way to view the school’s full sports calendar, team reports, fixture results, team reports, photos and sports news. We will also be adding pictures and other fixtures very soon. The portal is also linked to our school app MyEd so you can Read more ›

Music tour to Malta

Following last year’s successful music tour to Tuscany, musicians from Years 7 to 13 travelled to Malta in July 2018 for another memorable opportunity to perform at a beautiful backdrop location and have some fun at the same time. The group spent four nights in Malta, including performances at prestigious venues, sight-seeing in Valetta, Mdina and Read more ›

Gold Award for professional learning

We are delighted to announce that Saint Cecilia’s has achieved the Quality Mark Gold Award from UCL/IOE. This recognises that professional learning is a strength within the school. Professional Development practice is embedded in all four key aspects of the Professional Development Quality Mark framework: Leadership of professional development High quality professional development Evaluating the impact Read more ›

A taste of university life…

Over 90% of our students apply to go to university every year. To encourage Year 11 pupils we gave them the opportunity to experience what life is really like at an university campus this term during an overnight visit to University of Liverpool. The programme included a tour, lecturers, a talk from a current student and Read more ›

‘Beauty and the Beast’ whole school production

Our whole school production of Beauty and the Beast Jr was superb. Pupils and sixth formers, with the guidance of the Music and Drama departments, have been rehearsing for the musical since the end of April and their hard work certainly paid off on 4th and 5th July. The well known story is based on the 1991 Read more ›

Library Reward trip to Little Brown Book Group

The Library invited a group of pupils to visit Little Brown Book Group publishing house at London Embankment on 28th June. The pupils had an opportunity to listen to presentations and take part in a workshop. Matthew B. in Year 8, wrote: “I was one of ten Library users invited to attend a reward trip Read more ›

Year 11 Prom – River Thames cruise

Our Year 11s celebrated the end of their year in style at a River Thames cruise, dinner and dance on board of the ‘Viscountess’. The pupils had a memorable evening and we look forward to welcoming a large number of them back into the Sixth Form in September. We wish all our leavers every happiness Read more ›

Mes Chers Voisins

Onatti Theatre Company visited the school on 27th June to perform a play called ‘Mes Chers Voisins’. The play which was performed entirely in French for Years 7 and 8 pupils currently studying the language, had plenty of audience interaction, was fun and engaging. The group of pupils really enjoyed the performance. ‘Mes Chers Voisins’ Read more ›

Ignatius to compete at the English Schools Championships in July

Ignatius in Year 9 has been selected to compete in the Junior Boys Long Jump at the prestigious English Schools Championships in Birmingham on 13th and 14th July 2018. Thirteen years old Ignatius, who trains two days a week with Herne Hill Harries, is already the Surrey indoors and outdoors long jump champion, is ranked Read more ›

House Art Competition Winner!

Congratulations to Phoebe in 7T1, who is this year’s winner of the House Art Competition. Phoebe created a piece inspired by her love of ballet. The artwork will be displayed in Reception until the end of the week, 29th June 2018, and on the plasma screen until the end of the summer term. Thanks to Read more ›