Friday Night Lights Rugby match at Rosslyn Park

Thank you to all the visitors who supported the Friday 11th January rugby match against Cardinal Vaughan School – it was fantastic to see so many parents, students and staff at Rosslyn Park. The evening is one of the highlights of our sports calendar and always an exciting occasion for both players and spectators. Our Read more ›

Senior Netball success

Congratulations to the senior netball team for their fantastic performance against Cardinal Vaughan School on 9th January. Ellamae Campbell, Verity Winter, Sashanna Burton, Ella  Reeves, Sienna Marsh, Maddy Balado, Maddy Hansen, Sanna Mansson, Natasha Chetwynd and Elizabeth Hornsby played an excellent match – it was a close game but the girls won 39-32. Thank you to Read more ›

Links with Le College Louis Germain and Colegio CIDE

Pupils from Year 9 and 10 currently studying French and Spanish are linked to our language exchange partner schools – Le College Louis Germain in Montpellier and Colegio CIDE in Mallorca. Pupils have been learning about the topic of holidays and this December they received news and wrote Christmas cards to their exchange partners. The pupils Read more ›

Capability Brown Art Competition & Exhibition

Thank you to all the pupils in school who submitted entries for The Capability Brown Art Competition which culminated with an exhibition at Wimbledon Park in December. The event, which was organised by The Capability Brown Society, attracted over 250 visitors and entries from a number of local schools in Wandsworth and Merton. Many congratulations Read more ›

Performance tables – fantastic results for our school

The recently published School Performance Tables show Saint Cecilia’s to be achieving very well in all areas. The ‘Progress 8’ score which is the national benchmark for school performance at GCSE across 8 subjects, is 0.39.  This means that on average, pupils did better by nearly half a grade for each subject, than they were targeted to Read more ›

Jamie wins place at the Royal College of Music

Many congratulations to Year 11 music scholar Jamie Salters who has recently joined the prestigious Junior Department of the Royal College of Music. Jamie is now attending a tailor-made music programme on Saturdays at the RCMJD, alongside his clarinet and saxophone lessons and academic studies at Saint Cecilia’s. This is a fantastic opportunity for Jamie, Read more ›

Sport teams success

Rugby The Year 10 rugby team have recently beat Wilson’s School (31-19) at the 3rd round of the Surrey Cup. The team produced some good rugby at times to score 5 tries on wet and testing conditions. Tries scored by Reon Donkor (2), Harry Sanderson (2) and Turner Hazelwood. Reon Donkor also scored 3 conversions. Read more ›

Little Sleep Out for Crisis

Thank you so much to all who gave up their evening on Thursday 15th November for a sleep out in the school playground to support the charity Crisis and their efforts to end homelessness. The children were fantastic and really got into the fundraising spirit. We have managed to raise over £2,300 so far – Read more ›

We will remember them…

To mark 100 years since the end of World War One, on Friday 9th November, the school, in collaboration with the Old Wandsworthians Memorial Trust, hosted a special remembrance service to those who sacrificed their lives for us. During the service, held in the Chapel, members of the trust read a number of moving WWI Read more ›

Presentation Evening and Concert

On Thursday 2nd November we celebrated the achievements of our pupils and sixth formers during a Presentation Evening. This year, we combined the event with the Autumn Concert. The evening was truly exceptional, with some impressive solo performances and inspirational speeches, ending with an upbeat performance by the Concert Band. Tom Spargo, last year’s Year Read more ›