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Upcoming events are listed in date order below, so happy scrolling!

 


Scheherazade

Thursday 8 February, 6pm
Rutherford Centre

This children’s musical Scheherazade is based on “The Tales of the Arabian Nights” and has been adapted by Starshine Music. There will be two performances held in the Rutherford Centre beginning at 6pm and finishing at 7pm, on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th February.

8 February


WHS Opera Competition

Monday 19 February, 7pm
Senior Hall

The competition is open to all girls in the Senior School who are of a Grade 5 or above standard, with different categories based on ability. Earlier in the day the girls will have the chance to watch and partake in a workshop with the adjudicator to gain valuable hints on improving technique, as well as discovering more about the life of a professional musician.

The theme of the competition changes each year, with Lieder, English Song and Musical Theatre being the genres of previous competitions.

Refreshments will be served from 6.45pm in the Senior Hall before the competition starts.

Adjudicated by Susan Moore, professional Opera singer.

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Divorce, conflict and its impact on your child
with Emma Gleadhill

Tuesday 20 February, 7pm
The Rutherford Centre

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Introduction to the Oxbridge application process

Wednesday 21 February, 7pm
Senior Hall

An introductory talk will be held in the Senior Hall on Wednesday 21st February, led by the admissions tutor at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, Dr Andrew Spencer. He will be speaking on behalf of both Oxford and Cambridge universities and will address various questions that you and your daughter should consider before embarking on the application process.

There will, of course, be an opportunity to ask any other questions you might have after his speech. Year 13 candidates who have managed to secure an offer will be on hand to share their experiences. Dr Parsons and I will also explain the expectations the School has of our Oxbridge candidates along with an outline of the help and support we offer Wimbledon High girls throughout the process. Refreshments will be available in Senior Hall from 6.30pm.

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Rosewell Lecture: The Marine World
with Dr Frances Dipper

Tuesday 13 March, 7pm
The Rutherford Centre

Dr Frances Dipper is an author, lecturer and independent marine consultant. She has spent a lifetime observing and studying marine organisms. A naturalist at heart, she has always loved the sea, writing books about the ocean, such as 'The Marine World: A Natural History of Ocean Life'. Her children's books, 'Guide to the Oceans' won the Royal Society Aventis Prize. Frances also runs marine fish identification courses for marine consultancies and for Seasearch, a recording project for volunteer sports divers.

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WHS at Cadagon Hall

Wednesday 14 March, 7pm
Cadagon Hall

The musicians of Wimbledon High School return to Cadogan Hall for their annual London Concert. Featuring performances by the WHS Symphony Orchestra, Baroque Ensemble, Canto and A Cappella. The concert is the musical highlight of the academic year and should not be missed.

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Chamber Music Evening

Wednesday 21 March, 7pm
Senior Hall

Featuring performances by the String Quartet, Wind Quartet, Flute Group, Clarinet Choir, Swing Band as well as soloists and other groups, the evening will be a celebration of a term of hard work from the girls. Refreshments will be served in the carpeted area of the Senior Hall from 18:30. Students and children under 18 should buy a concession ticket using the code Concession at check out for the discount to be applied.

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GROW Festival
Pastoral Festival and Striding Out Careers Festival

Saturday 24 March, 10am - 4pm

We are throwing our first ever Festival based on our GROW programme, which incorporates all aspects of well-being in young people. The Festival will be raising money for MIND.

GROW Pastoral Festival - Hosted in partnership with Headtalks (www.headtalks.com), educators and parents will hear from leading voices in the field of well-being and mental health, including Sir Anthony Seldon, Natasha Devon MBE, Emily Warburton-Adams, Oliver Chittenden & Allison Havey. Come and choose from sessions on topics ranging from body image, to digital living, to dealing with anxiety.

Striding Out Careers Festival - Organised by the Higher Education and Careers department with the support of organisations including ‘Women of the Future’ and The Medic and Lawyer Portal.  Students, parents and educators will have the opportunity to participate in a range of hands-on workshops and seminars on topics such as harnessing the power of disruption and smashing the glass ceiling.

General Admission £45, Student Admission £10 - book here


Spring Music Scholars' Recital (B)

Wednesday 28 March, 1.20pm
Senior Hall Carpet Area

Come and listen to 7 of our music scholars perform a short lunch time recital in the carpeted area of the Senior Hall. The recital will include performances on a variety of different instruments from our scholars in years 7 to 13.

Tea and Coffee will be available from 1.10pm. Tickets are free.

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Digital Safety Update with the Digital Sisters

Monday 23 April, 7pm
The Rutherford Centre

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Summer Music Scholars' Recital (A)

Wednesday 25 April, 1.20pm
Senior Hall Carpet Area

Come and listen to 8 of our music scholars perform a short lunch time recital in the carpeted area of the Senior Hall. The recital will include performances on a variety of different instruments from our scholars in years 7 to 13.

Tea and Coffee will be available from 1.10pm. Tickets are free.

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AbC - Anything but Classical

Thursday 26 April, 7pm
Rutherford Centre

AbC is back! Come and listen to an evening of music where anything but classical music goes - rock, jazz, pop and swing to name just a few musical styles.

Refreshments will be served from 18:30 in the Rutherford Foyer with a short interval. Discounted tickets for students and under 18s are available by using code Concessions at check out.

Cabaret style tables are available at the front of the stage. These must be bought as a complete table rather than individual seats.

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WHS Soloists' Evening

Tuesday 5 June, 7pm
Senior Hall

A new concert for this academic year, this concert gives our soloists a chance to take centre stage and to perform to the Senior Hall. Featuring performances from across the age ranges, the concert will include a range of musical styles.

Refreshments served from 6:30pm in the carpeted area of the Senior Hall. Concession tickets (£3 discount off full price) are available for under 18s and full time students. Please use the code Concessions at checkout to apply the discount.

Book tickets here


Summer Music Scholars' Recital (B)

Wednesday 6 June, 1.20pm
Senior Hall Carpet Area

Come and listen to 7 of our music scholars perform a short lunch time recital in the carpeted area of the Senior Hall. The recital will include performances on a variety of different instruments from our scholars in years 7 to 13.

Tea and Coffee will be available from 13:10. Tickets are free.

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WHS Summer Soiree

Tuesday 12 June, 7pm
Senior Hall 

A final chance to hear the various ensembles of Wimbledon High School performing in the academic year 2017-18. The concert will include performances by Baroque Ensemble, A Cappella, Symphony Orchestra, String Quartet, Wind Quintet, Canto, KS3 Close Harmony and Swing Band.

Refreshments will be served from 18:30 with a short interval in the middle of the concert. Discounted tickets for under 18s and students are available using discount code Concessions at checkout. If the weather is kind, the Symphony Orchestra will be performing in the pit at the start of the concert.

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WHS Jazz Night

Thursday 21 June, 7pm
Senior Hall 

Organised by our outgoing and new Music Reps, this short, relaxed concert will see the Senior Hall transformed into a Jazz Cafe, complete with cabaret tables and the piano taking central stage. Performances from our various different singer song writers, as well as duets and smaller ensembles, will make for an excellent and enjoyable evening.

Tickets are on tables of up to 4 people to allow us to create the Jazz Cafe vibe. Refreshments will be served from 6:45pm.

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Please see Admissions pages for available Open Days.