End of an era…

We said goodbye to our Year 13 students at a glamorous celebration evening at the London Rowing Club. Our Year 11 pupils also marked the end of their exams in style on a river cruise and dance. We look forward to seeing the group again at the GCSE and A level results in August and Read more ›

Schubert is the winning House and Sports Day records…

Congratulations to House Schubert (the end of the year House cup winner!) and to all the pupils who took part in Sports Day, especially those who have set new school records in various categories. The new school records are as follows: Year 7: 300m Aurelia Bhola- Woodall 800m Charlotte Holmes 200m  Marco Cardenas 300m Toluwani Asagba 400m Read more ›

Pick and Mix – keep reading over the summer holidays…

Once again we are encouraging our pupils, including the new cohort who will be joining us in September, to keep reading and learning over the summer holidays. The Library is proposing a range of activities, Pick and Mix, and will again reward children points for participating. The Library is full of stories and information from Read more ›

Duchess of Cambridge meets our ball boys and girls

A very proud moment for our ball boys and girls who had the opportunity to meet the Duchess of Cambridge on the first day of the Wimbledon Championships Tournament. We wish them all the best at this prestigious tournament.  

Pupils go to the polls with a mock election

Year 7 pupils have recently had their mock general election in school. The pupils involved became extremely competitive as representatives from the Conservatives, Labour, UKIP, Green and Liberal Democrat parties promoted their election campaigns around the school building with posters and presented their policies during an assembly. The final results are on the pdf below: Read more ›

¿Cuántos me gustos tienes? Visit from Onatti Productions

The Onatti Production Company have recently visited the school to perform the Spanish play ¿Cuántos me gustos tienes? to Year 8 and 9 pupils and the group who had the opportunity to further practise their Spanish in a whole new way. The play tells the story of Alejandro who, after a slight accident, uses Facebook Read more ›

London Games: first place for Destinie in Year 8

Congratulations to the pupils selected to represent Wandsworth at the London Games on Tuesday 13th June at Mile End Stadium. They were given this opportunity following their excellent performance at the recent Borough Athletics Tournament. A special mention to Destinie Reynolds (Year 8) who is currently the best under 14 in her category (shot put) after winning first place at Read more ›

Rugby success: pupils selected for Harlequins Development Programme

Many congratulations to Ronald Lyon, Gabriel Idusohan and Marco-Antonio Cardenas for being selected for the Harlequins Development Programme, after a recent trial period and stiff competition. The three Year 7 pupils are now following in the footsteps of Ernie Asante, Chris-Jesse Nwachukwu, both in Year 10, Mickael Varela and Reon Donkor, both in Year 8, who are Read more ›

Year 7 and Year 8 Borough Athletics: 28 medals in total!

Our pupils won 28 medals in total at the Wandsworth Athletics tournament on 10th May 2017 – a fantastic achievement! Here are some of the highlights: Gabriel Idusohan, Year 7: Gold in 100m, Gold in relay and Gold in long jump. Ignatius Abebrese, Year 8: Bronze 100m, Silver in relay and Gold in long jump . Ben Read more ›

Jack Petchey ‘Speak Out’ – pupils shine at the final

Congratulations to Chris-Jesse and Louis, our finalists at the recent Jack Petchey ‘Speak Out’ competition. At the final, both pupils delivered their speeches brilliantly, with passion and confidence. Louis Meikle impressed the judges and gained third place with his speech “Want It, Do It”. Louis commented: “I am very flattered and happy that I achieved third place Read more ›