• Gracie’s climate change poster makes top five

  • Mrs Alex Hutchinson to leave Woldingham to become Head of James Allen’s Girls’ School

  • Festive Entertainment for guests from local community

  • Alumnae receive gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards

  • Successes on the pitch, in the pool and on wet and muddy terrain

  • Duchesne House Goes back to the 80s

  • Autumn Concert is an evening of musical treats

  • Christmas Shopping and Workshops Support Bursary programme

  • Virtuoso performances inspire music students

  • ribbons launch podcast

  • Lower Sixth and Alumnae Discuss Women and the Workplace

  • A BATTLE OF WITS

  • Oxbridge Applicants Put through their paces

  • Enthusing Future Design Engineers

  • Developing Career Skills

  • Working smarter, not harder

  • Cross Country Success

  • Remembrance Assembly 2019

  • A sparkling evening

  • Woldingham hosts day on how to master a medical school interview

  • Woldingham and Whitgift Book Club

  • US Alumnae support Woldingham School bursary programme

  • Historians head to Berlin

  • Fun and Flamenco in Seville

  • Theatre Studies Experience Day

  • Harvest Festival Produce Supports Purley Food Hub

  • Top Tips for Kritikos Students

  • Lunch Celebrates Final Year

  • Bringing History to Life

  • Sport Round Up

  • THRIVE MORNING FOCUS ON COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL AWARENESS

  • Super Performances at Junior Choir Festival

  • Coastal Coursework for Geographers

  • Great opportunity for Sixth Form at Networking Breakfast

  • Sixth Form Open Evening

  • Year 9 Day of Reflection

  • Students and Staff Hit the Road, the Fields and the Footpaths

  • Celebrating the Canonisation of Cardinal John Henry Newman: A Saint for our Times

  • Music Scholars Shine

  • Parents contribute to school strategy

  • Digby House Feast

  • Sport Round Up

  • Celebrating National Poetry Day with Jolade Olusanya

  • Sixth Form Open Evening Thursday 10 October

  • Careers in STEM Event

  • Britain’s First Female Fast Jet Pilot Gives Dineen Lecture

  • Sacred Heart Student Leaders Conference

  • Rock Climbing Club

  • Faith in Action Lecture – A Tale of Two Cities

  • Year 7 Day of Reflection

  • Design and Technology Students receive Starpack Awards

  • Year 9 Activity Day

  • ClubsFest 2019

  • Senior Sports Tour

  • St Ives Art Trip

  • House Festival 2019

  • Classroom to Boardroom

  • Azorean Adventures

  • Woldingham Girls have excelled in the new GCSE qualifications for the third year running

  • Woldingham girls lead the way with one in four achieving straight A*-A grades at A Level

Woldingham wins TES Independent School Award

Woldingham is delighted to be have been awarded ‘marketing campaign of the year’ at the prestigious TES Independent School Awards 2019.

The judges recognised that our “Hidden Gem” campaign has been highly successful at raising awareness and increasing our catchment area by targeting a single-message campaign through social media, advertising and partnerships. Our posters emphasised both Woldingham’s setting in an area of outstanding natural beauty and its proximity to fast transport links.  Social media was used as a cost-effective way to reach “Facebook generation” parents. A push for third-party endorsements, including from national press, the Wayfarers Hockey Club and prep schools, also helped to attract 11+ applicants.

Lead judge, Rachel Hadley-Leonard, from AMCIS, described Woldingham’s marketing push as a “resourceful campaign with a powerful strategy aimed at a very specific market, resulting in excellent, proven results.”

Woldingham Headmistress, Mrs Alex Hutchinson, commented: “I’m proud and delighted that the work our Marketing and, indeed, the wider Woldingham team have done to communicate the wonderful education that Woldingham provides has been recognised by this prestigious award.”