2015: King Edward’s Witley holds its first telethon, raiding over £62,000 in income and pledges for the Bridewell Foundation.
Queen Mary House is refurbished, both inside and out, and re-opened by HRH The Duchess of Gloucester as a co-educational House for the Lower School.
Barrow Hills School joins King Edward’s as the second school in the Bridewell Royal Hospital family.
The War Memorial for WW1 was restored.
2016: King Edward’s Witley is rated “excellent” by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.
2018: Peter Estlin, former Head Boy, bursary pupil, Governor, Treasurer of Bridewell Royal Hospital (2006-2016), becomes Lord Mayor of the City of London (November 2018-2019). During the Mayoral Year, the “Bridewell Banquet”, held in the presence of HRH the Duchess of Gloucester, President of Bridewell Royal Hospital, was held at Mansion House raising over £81,000 for the Bridewell Foundation.
2019: King Edward’s Witley welcomes Mrs Joanna Wright as Head.
Pushing Boundaries My approach with the pupils during activity time has been quite specific. I drew on my own experiences of being at school. I remember how rich and varied my education was, but I found it difficult to genuinely express myself. There was so much to process, learn and demonstrate with the added pressure...