The girls are all well, having a great time and have planted 400 trees!
There was a great turnout for this year’s Africa Conference with 140 people f...
How to represent the 54 000+ tennis balls used at the Wimbledon Championship...
Congratulations to our young designers who won commendations for their textil...
Amidst the sumo wrestlers, walking telephone boxes, Wally and Shrek, serious ...
Junior mathematicians are National Finalists in the Maths in Motion Challenge...
Prospective parents interested in the school may like to read Heather Hanbury's latest blog about the importance of pastoral care. Our Admissions pages have details of how you can apply to the school for 2015 entry.
One of London’s top day schools, Wimbledon High School is known for excellent academic results. Yet this is only a part of school life: we aim to bring out the best in each individual, so we offer a wealth of opportunity to embrace new challenges and make new friends. Through sport, music, drama and a host of extra-curricular clubs, our students are encouraged to have a go, to take risks and develop their resilience.
Stepping in, striding out has been the school motto for our 133 years and I'm proud to see our 6th Formers go out into the world as the young leaders of tomorrow. An independent school for girls aged 4 to 18, we offer a number of scholarships and 100% bursaries at 11+ and 16+.
From September 2014, Wimbledon High's new Head will be Mrs Jane Lunnon.
|Year 11 and 12 trip to Borneo||25/07/2014||Borneo|
|Year 11 and 12 trip to Borneo||26/07/2014||Borneo|
|Year 11 and 12 trip to Borneo||27/07/2014||Borneo|
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