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 ›

‘Create a Picture Book’ Competition

Thank you to all the pupils who submitted their entries to the ‘Create a Picture Book’ –  a national competition where children create their own picture book. We’ve had a number entries and the judges from Little Brown and Hatchette had a tough time selecting the first, second and third prizes from our school. Many congratulations to the following Read more ›

Our first Word Millionaire!

Congratulations to Keira Leighton in Year 7, our first ‘Word Millionaire’. Using the Accelerated Reader system, Keira has read over 1,000,000 words since September. She has received a certificate, a badge to wear on her blazer and a book prize to celebrate her success. We hope that she will continue to read regularly and enjoy Read more ›

Wimbledon Park volunteering: planters are now full of colour!

Our DofE Silver Award students have carried out a number of jobs in Wimbledon Park, as part of their volunteering project recently, including helping planting some seeds in various locations in the park. The results of their hard work are below. The Friends of Wimbledon Park and all the visitors are delighted – planters full of colour Read more ›

Saint Cecilia’s wins award for high attainment and commitment to Music

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Bronze Certificate in Music by the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) in recognition of the excellent results in the 2016 Music GCSE examinations. Deborah Annetts, Chief Executive of the ISM, commented: “We are delighted to recognise Saint Cecilia’s achievement in music and celebrate the commitment to music Read more ›

Donkeys Charlie and Danny lead the Easter Parade in school

To mark the Holy Week, Year 7s in school, together with pupils, staff and parents from local St Michael’s Primary went on an Easter parade along Granville and Sutherland Grove. Two adorable donkeys, Charlie and Danny, led the procession and the children walked the streets singing and waving palm leaves, re-enacting Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. As Read more ›

Fab Book Award Ceremony Review

The FAB book group readers were very excited when their promoted book, Paper Butterflies by Lisa Heathfield, was chosen as this year’s winner. We had been given the important task of picking our favourite book from a selection of seven different novels and sharing our opinions through our chosen medium: drama, shadow theatre, videos, or Read more ›

Rugby Surrey Schools cup: a fantastic win from our 1st XV at the semi-finals

Congratulations to the 1st XV rugby team who notched up a fantastic 31 – 20 win in the semi finals of the under 18s Surrey Schools Rugby Cup against St Bede’s School on 15th March. Once again, competing in the Surrey Schools cup, our boys have so far secured victories against a number of renowned rugby Read more ›