Anti-Bullying Week

To coincide with the Anti-Bullying Week, we have produced a new poster with the title,’SOAR above bullying at Saint Cecilia’s’. We want every child to feel happy and safe in school. Ephesians 4:29 says: “Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the Read more ›

Old Wandsworthians visit school for remembrance service

On 10th November, members of the Old Wandsworthians Memorial Trust visited us for the annual remembrance service. Before the ceremony, Les Herbert, Hon Secretary of the Trust, conducted a special assembly for Year 7s. During the assembly Mr Herbert explained more about the role of the Old Wandsworthians and showed some photos of local heroes Read more ›

Maths Mastery Showcase

Saint Cecilia’s will be hosting a free interactive Mathematics Mastery course on 30th November for Key Stage 3 teaching staff, Maths coordinators and senior leaders. During the event, attendees will have the opportunity to observe a Year 7 lesson, followed by discussions and strategies used. Since September, we have been appointed a Maths Beacon School Read more ›

Presentation Evening, Autumn Concert and Art Exhibition

On Thursday 2nd October we celebrated the achievements of our pupils and sixth formers during a Presentation Evening. We combined this year’s event with the Autumn Concert and Art/D&T exhibition. The evening was truly exceptional, with some impressive solo performances from our talented musicians, ending with a toe tapping medley from ‘Grease’ performed by our Read more ›

Royal Marsden Charity event – we’ve raised over £2,000!

Thank you to everyone who supported our 5K run event at Wimbledon Park on Thursday 5th October either by running, cheering or donating vital funds to the Royal Marsden Cancer charity. We are delighted to share that we have managed to raise over £2,000 for the charity. Miss Skinner, Turing House Leader, who organised the event, bravely Read more ›

National Poetry Day and launch of the Library poem competition…

For National Poetry Day at the Library, we invite children and staff to read a poem aloud, and also launch a professionally judged competition for children in all age groups. We hope to have plenty of entries before the closing date. More details about the competition below: Entrants are free to decide the theme and title of the Read more ›

1st XV rugby – fantastic win in the first round of the Schools NatWest Vase

Many congratulations to our 1st XV rugby team. They have secured a fantastic victory against Richard Challoner (59-7) in the first round of the Natwest Vase on 13th September 2017. Man of the match was Raphael Arboine. An outstanding start to the season!

Year 11 pupils celebrate amazing GCSE results!

Our pupils are celebrating an amazing set of GCSE results this year (2017). Eighty eight percent of pupils in Year 11 achieved 9-4 grades in English and 83.1% achieved 9-4 grades in Mathematics. Many of our pupils have achieved the new top grade levels (8 and 9) in English Language, English Literature and Mathematics. Congratulations Read more ›

Best ever A level results!

Our A level students are celebrating an impressive set of examination results. Thirty one per cent of students achieved A* – A with 60% of students achieving A* – B grades. Our leavers have gained places to study at many prestigious universities, including Russell Group and Oxbridge. Special highlights are: Jake Gray: 3A*s- Economics and Politics Read more ›

Year 13 and Year 11 Prom

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 ›