Cook-off Wandsworth Chef of the Year

Well done to all the pupils who took part in the Wandsworth Chef of the Year cook-off competition in school on 11th January 2018. At this first phase of the competition, organised by Wandsworth Borough Council, individual contestants are required to cook a starter, main course and dessert of their choice. They then present their Read more ›

Annabel raises vital funds for charity

A huge well done to Annabel Martin in Year 13 who managed to raise £600 (£290 from the school bake sale and £310 from her JustGiving page) for the charity Bloody Good Period. She also collected over 450 packages of products for this worthwhile cause. Annabel managed to do all this alongside her A level Read more ›

Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci at the ROH

Music scholars were lucky enough to see the Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, productions at the Royal Opera House. We had great seats – the singing, staging and drama was fantastic. The trip was a fantastic opportunity for the pupils and sixth formers – they returned to school greatly inspired by the music and drama.  

Business Studies visit to Cadbury’s World

Pupils and sixth formers currently studying Business GCSE and A level spent a day visiting the Cadbury’s World factory in Birmingham in December. The purpose of the trip was to find out more about branding and customer care – both topics are linked to the curriculum. The group also gained an insight into the company history and business model. Read more ›

Carol Service

The school Carol Service in December was a wonderful celebration of the birth of Jesus and, as always, showcases our commitment as a Christian school. The event took place at Holy Trinity Church and it was well attended by parents, staff and the local community. The pupils and staff choir sang a number of traditional carols, Read more ›

Letters from Lycée-Collège de l’Abbaye

For the past three years Saint Cecilia’s has enjoyed a language partnership with Lycée-Collège de l’Abbaye, in Valais, Switzerland. Pupils in Years 10, 11 and sixth formers wrote to their penpal friends just before October and the group received the letters back from Switzerland in the second week of December. It was fantastic to see Read more ›

Feed Your Mind project at the Library

The Library encourages non-fiction reading to help stimulate interest in the wider world, and we have been running a promotion in which children collect points for their reading in a range of areas: Feed Your Mind. When children discuss what they’ve discovered or learnt in the books they’ve read they collect reward points, according to Read more ›

Successful Maths Mastery Showcase Day

Our first Maths Mastery Showcase day took place in school on 30th November. Year 7 teachers were invited to attend the free day which included: Introduction to Maths Mastery An opportunity to observe a Year 7 lesson A discussion of the strategies used in the lesson The main purpose of the event was to share Read more ›

Amazing fundraising – ‘Little Sleep Out’ for Crisis…

On Thursday 30th November, pupils in Year 7, sixth formers, staff and parents slept out in the school playground to raise funds for the charity Crisis. The evening was extremely cold but thanks to everyone who took part and supported us, we’ve managed to raise over £4,130.22 for Crisis. Christmas can be a particularly difficult Read more ›

Three new British records for Peter!

Peter Riches who is currently in Year 12 and is part of team GB short and long track speed skating continues to excel in the sport. This November, at the World Junior competition in Inzell, Germany, Peter managed to break three new British Junior Boys’ records in the 500m, 1000m and 1500m – the last Read more ›