• Proud of our GCSE Results

  • Glaciers and High Ropes

  • Woldingham Delighted with A Level Results

  • Operation Wallacea Expedition to Madagascar

  • Gold Duke of Edinburgh Practice

  • Prize Day 2015

  • Young Enterprise

  • Brighton Fashion School

  • Sporting Excellence Award

  • Australian Tennis Friendly

  • Leading from the Heart

  • Parishioners’ Summer Lunch

  • Street Party

  • Biology Under the Microscope

  • Just Half a Rounder ….

  • Influential Women

  • Daughters v Parents Tennis

  • Sports Day

  • Just a Minute!

  • U13 District Athletics

  • The Boy and the Bird

  • Bronze D of E Practice Expedition

  • Summer concert and Little Buttercup

  • Splashing around!

  • Staff v Parents Rounders

  • Athletes achieve good placings in Championships

  • Environmental Art

  • Highest donation from a school

  • Woldingham students help with Silver Jubilee

  • BBC Proms Performance

  • Staff retain golf title

  • Celebrating our Feast Day

  • Grandparents treated to cream tea

  • Top Band Performances for Year 10

  • Nine athletes to compete for Surrey

  • Jessie takes ‘Road to Wimbledon’

  • Student to undertake 62-mile walk

  • A taste of Art

  • Leavers leave their mark

  • Bronze and Highly Commended Awards

  • France for a Day

  • Over 200 play in Rounders Tournament

  • Distinction for Angel’s ATCL diploma

  • Outdoor teamwork

  • Celebrating Diversity

  • Internationally acclaimed pianist gives recital at Woldingham

  • Sun Shines on Old Girls Reunion

  • Year 10 on the edge of their seats

  • Dark River comes to the Valley

  • YMT part for Gabby

  • Knole House visit

  • Clara joins Junior Guildhall

  • Nobel Prize Laureate comes to Woldingham

  • Close debating final

  • Isla appears on Radio 3

  • Magdelene College Choral Award for Lucy

  • Healthy start to Athletics season

  • U14 British Giant Slalom Ski Champion

  • First Communion Celebration

  • Letters to Bijie

  • Woodland Charity Walk

  • Young Chemists narrowly miss first prize

  • MP visits Woldingham

  • Isla wins first prize in poetry

  • 61 Junior Netballers on Sleepover

  • Biologists get extremely wet

  • Winter sun in Serre Chevalier

  • Othello at the Globe

  • Winners of Prix de la Paix

  • Muddy Activity Day

  • Baker Extraordinaire

  • Spring Concert

  • Dance the Night Away

  • First prize for poetry

  • Happy Puzzle Day

  • Public Schools Fencing Championships

  • Forensics Day for Years 7 & 8

  • Sixth Form have RAP talk

  • Staff vs Sixth Form Netball

  • Cecile Meijer rscj gives UN talk to Sixth Form

  • Sixth Form Ball

  • Aquathlon for Comic Relief

  • Nails Night pamper session raises charity funds

  • It’s a Riot in the Drama Studio!

  • Netball Seniors go out in style

  • Eminent Hand Surgeon lectures Years 9-13

  • Geographers explore the Jurassic Coast

  • Stunning results at Coulsdon and Purley Festival

  • Super League Netball

  • Head Smart Bandana Day

  • Catholic Confirmation Ceremony

  • Shooting Trophy at Harrow

  • Music Trio win masterclass

  • Inter-House Gymnastics

  • Tandridge Schools Fest

  • The Debate about Fracking

  • RE Conference in Oxford

  • Up Pompeii!

  • From Ghana to Goners? Student Lecture

  • AS students surpass expectations

  • Les Films Francais

  • Year 7s visit 7 countries in one afternoon!

  • Wedding Dress Workshop

  • Textile visit to V&A

  • Circus Fun

  • Celebrating Mabel Digby’s Feast

  • Art Blog Launch

  • House Music Competition

  • Youngest Ever Player!

  • Hogwarts in the Snow

  • Flaine success

  • Susie goes Shinto

  • Woldingham’s Question Time

  • First round in SATRO Competition

  • Woldingham Decides!

  • Chester Hockey Tour

  • Live Performance at the 02!

  • ARTiculation success

  • Sacred Heart Family Visit

  • Colour – Just a Pigment of Your Imagination?

  • Skiing for Great Britain

  • Music Scholars’ Concert

  • Top of the Bench

  • New Year Lunch

  • Alice in Wonderland: Young Women in the Working World

  • Oxbridge Success

  • With charcoal sticks in both hands…