John Whitgift Foundation’s three schools have all been ranked within the top 100 independent schools nationally in the UK by the Sunday Times Parent Power tables published on Sunday 24th November.
The tables have revealed that Old Palace of John Whitgift, Trinity and Whitgift Schools are the highest-ranking independent schools in the Croydon area based on academic success and are all within the top 50 ranked independent schools in London.
Whitgift also has further reason to celebrate after its 2019 International Baccalaureate (IB) cohort has enabled the school to be the top performing independent boys’ school for IB in the UK.
The schools collectively educate more than 3,000 girls and boys with around half receiving financial assistance towards school fees through bursaries and scholarships.
The Parent Power tables rank all UK schools based on the schools’ GCSE and A Level results with a double weighting given to A Level results.
Martin Corney, Chief Executive, John Whitgift Foundation, said: “We are immensely proud that our schools, Old Palace of John Whitgift, Trinity and Whitgift, are ranked amongst the best academically in the country by the Sunday Times. It is testament to the commitment, dedication and determination of our students and staff who strive to achieve the best results.”