Wandsworth Chef of the Year

The Art and Design department together with the PSHE department have put forward eight pupils to enter the Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year competition. The competition launch was attended by the Mayor of Wandsworth along with participating pupils from various schools in Wandsworth. Cook-offs will take place later in the Autumn term, with one pupil Read more ›

National Poetry Day

In celebration of National Poetry Day the Library invited children to read a poem aloud. We heard sad poems, witty poems and thought-provoking poems, poems read by their young authors, and poems learned by heart. One child read the poem below by her peer, a year 8 pupil who had written it in response to Read more ›

Sixth Formers visit to J. Walter Thompson

On 28th September, a group of Sixth Formers spent a day at the leading global marketing communications company J. W. Thompson. The experience gave the students a real insight into the advertising world and the exciting career opportunities available in the industry. The initiative was launched last year by the IPA and it is part Read more ›

Pupils make headlines at The Guardian

On Wednesday 19th September, thirty pupils in Year 8 visited The Guardian newspaper headquarters in King’s Cross for a day workshop based on creating newspapers. Pupils were asked to browse through the day’s news and choose stories that interested them. Topics included Storm Ali, the political situation in North Korea, footballing highlights, Meghan Markle’s charity Read more ›

Congratulations to our new Year Prefects!

We are very proud to announce our new Year Prefects. The group of pupils on the picture below will act as role models and key ambassadors for the school. This is a high profile status role within the school community and the group are now wearing a distinctive new tie to celebrate their new status. Read more ›

Concert band performs at local festival

Our Concert Band were invited to play at the Wimbledon Club on Sunday 10th September, at the ‘A Community and Family Sports and Arts & Music and Science Festival Weekend’ hosted by The Capability Brown Society. The two-day event took place in Wimbledon Park and was the band’s first concert since their summer tour to Malta. The group Read more ›

Successful A level and GCSE results – congratulations!

Our Year 13s and Year 11s are celebrating another very successful year of A level and GCSE examinations results. Overall, 86% of A level grades were A*-C, 58% were A* – B  and almost a third (32%) of the A level examination results were A* – A grades. 81% of the BTec results were graded Merit or above. Our leavers Read more ›

Continue 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. Please have a look at the choice of things to do; Read more ›

New sports portal

We have just launched a new sports portal www.stcsports.co.uk  The site is an easy way to view the school’s full sports calendar, team reports, fixture results, team reports, photos and sports news. We will also be adding pictures and other fixtures very soon. The portal is also linked to our school app MyEd so you can Read more ›

Music tour to Malta

Following last year’s successful music tour to Tuscany, musicians from Years 7 to 13 travelled to Malta in July 2018 for another memorable opportunity to perform at a beautiful backdrop location and have some fun at the same time. The group spent four nights in Malta, including performances at prestigious venues, sight-seeing in Valetta, Mdina and Read more ›