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.
As part of King Edward’s Wellbeing and Development Programme, Miss Laura Sessions (PSHE Co-Ordinator) organised a two day training course for fifteen members of staff from both Barrow Hills School and King Edward’s Witley to complete their Youth Mental Health First Aid qualification. This was an internationally recognised two day course delivered by trainer Jane...