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United Nations Conference

"I've enjoyed the learning about the structure of the UN and about life at LSE everyone is so engaging and friendly thats what kept the atmosphere especially it being online so alive." Read More

Festival of Computing!

On Friday 5th March, Year 11 GCSE Computer Science students took part in the Festival of Computing with the University of Plymouth[]. Read More

Oxbridge Alumni Evening!

On Tuesday 16th March, we held our Oxbridge Alumni Evening with the aim to encourage our Year 12s on the Oxbridge Programme to see Oxbridge as a real possibility for them and to understand more about it. Parents were also encouraged to attend to they could be advised as to how best support their preferred path! Read More

Year 9 Options Evening

We hosted a very informative Year 9 Options Evening on Wednesday 17th March. Take a look at our presentation, or for a quicker option click through our powerpoiint below. Read More

We've Won An Award!

In light of a very testing year for everyone, we were honoured to receive a recognition award from the Mayor of Merton, Councillor Sally Kenny today! Read More

Time to Take a T Level!

A new qualification (equivalent to 3 A Levels), backed by business, with a work based placement which will better prepare you for the future you want? Read More

Parenting Fed Up Teens!

Parenting teenagers is hard enough without having to manage the impact of a global pandemic at the same time. It has been almost a year since restrictions and lockdowns first started and the novelty has well and truly worn off. Many teenagers are struggling to stay motivated and keep their spirits up while parents are juggling more than ever with work, parenting, worries about finances and fears about the future. Read More

Intersectional Feminism!

On March 9th 2021, UHS Wimbledon hosted a Sixth Form conference on intersectional feminism, titled ‘Phenomenal Women’, in honour of International Women’s Day. The aims of the conference were to explore intersectional feminism and to gain a deeper understanding of how our own and other people’s experience of our sex is impacted by other aspects of our identity. Read More

T Level Information Evening

On Tuesday 2nd March we hosted our *T-Level Online Information Evening* on Microsoft Teams. The event was designed to further inform parents and students on the benefits of studying a T-Level at Ursuline Sixth Form. Read More

Why Study T Levels?

Ms Hanson Head of Digital Production, Design and Development, Mr Breese, Head of Lab Science and Mr Nichols Assistant Headteacher provide some great reasons above! Read More

Inclusive Reading!

"To celebrate LGBTQ+ Month, I thought it would be a good opportunity to look at some of the novels that feature LGBTQI+ characters. Some of these characters will be the main protagonists and others may be supporting characters, regardless of this, it is great to see so many LGBTQI+ characters appearing in children and YA fiction. Hope you enjoy!" Read More

Follow Us!

If you haven't already spied an extra social media button on the front page of our website, we are excited to let you know that we're now on Instagram. Read More


During LGBT+ History Month, Ursuline High School will celebrate and remember lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history through the month of February. This will be promoted in different subject areas, assemblies, online discussions and in year groups... Read More

T Level Information Evening

Ursuline High School is delighted to invite parents and students to a T Levels Online Information Evening, featuring details about; *Digital Production, Design and Development T Level[sixth-form/curriculum/t-level-hub/our-t-level-offer/t-level-in-digital-production-design-and-development/]*, *Laboratory Science T Level[sixth-form/curriculum/t-level-hub/our-t-level-offer/t-level-in-laboratory-sciences/]* and a Q&A session. Read More

St Angela Feast Day!

We are looking forward to celebrating the Feast Day of our foundress St Angela Merici on Wednesday 27th January. Students will be off timetable for a day of fun and insightful activities in her spirit! Read More

Learning From Home!

Our Year 7's took part in their Learning Conference online on Tuesday 12th January. The topic of this terms conference was *'Best Practice for Learning From Home'*. Read More

Training During A Pandemic!

Our Teach Wimbledon trainees, like us all, have had a very unusual year! Towards the end of last term we caught up with them to find out how they have coped with their first term of training and how they built a their initial teacher-student relationships in such different circumstances to what they were no doubt expecting. Read More

A Big Thank You!

Students wanted to thank staff at UHS for all of their hard work and efforts during what has been a particularly unusual year. Read More

Christmas Festivities!

Students have been enjoying lots of 'Christmassy' activities the past few weeks, including; the Christmas Tree Service (for our 8 trees- in our respective bubbles!), Christmas Jumper Day (for Year 7), our Christmas food and film fundraisers and Christmas lunch! Look out for an update on the money raised from these in our Chaplaincy newsletter released at the end of term! Read More

Virtual Carols!

On Monday 14th December we held our very popular Christmas Carol Service in collaboration with Wimbledon College, as with most things this year, this was held virtually. Read More

Ms Waters 'Book of the Month'

People Like Us2[]Available to purchase via Amazon here[http://https//]. Read More

My Story, My Heritage

Sixth Form students created a special video reflecting on being Black and British in 2020, involving friends from school, staff and family members... Read More

Black British Female Authors!

In celebration of Black History Month we have ordered a selection of new books by Black British Female Authors, please see the attachments below for more details. Read More

Joint Virtual Sixth Form Open Evening

We are pleased to invite you to our joint Sixth Form Virtual Open Evening with Wimbledon College[]on[][]Thursday 8th October.[]* SIGN UP HERE[][]*Our Open Evening will allow you to explore the range of courses available at our sixth form and ask questions of our sixth form specialists. Read More

Sixth Form Virtual Open Event

Following the success of our main school Open Evening earlier this month, we are excited to invite you to our* 'student lead' Sixth Form Open Evening* on *Thursday 1st October 2020*. This event will precede our joint Sixth Form Open Evening with Wimbledon College on Thursday 8th October. Read More

Help The Homeless

One of the charities that the school has supported over the years is The Passage, which is a Roman Catholic homeless charity based near to Westminster Cathedral. Read More

Open Evening Goes Virtual!

Whilst we are unfortunately unable to welcome you to our school in person for a traditional Open Evening in September 2020. We are instead, pleased to invite you to find out more about our school, by joining our very first Virtual Open Event on *Thursday 17th September, 5.00-9.00pm*. Read More

Thank You!

Please see below for a lovely letter of thanks from a parent (who is also a teacher). All our parents kind words of appreciation and support at this time have been very much appreciated! Team UHS! Read More

A Protective Hand!

D&T had a busy start to the week creating visors and mask ear protectors on our (laser cutter) to help with the much-needed PPE supplies in the current Covid 19 pandemic. Read More

Easter Classic Reads

Below are a list to websites and apps where you are able to download classic literature for FREE. There is everything from Jane Austen to Agatha Christie. Read More

Dowry of Mary

On Sunday 29th March, the official rededication of England as the Dowry of Mary will occur with a moment of prayer planned for 12 noon. Archbishop John has recorded a message which can be viewed at Additional resources can be found at Read More

Toilet Facility Funding!

We are happy to inform you all that the toilet blocks UHS helped fund for the Girl's Secondary Technical School in Nigeria have just been completed (see above). Each year group donated half their profits from Christmas fairs back in December. Read More

See You Soon!

Our Year 11 students during their last P.E lesson and final assembly last week and our Year 13 students enjoying their impromptu 'last Year 13' lunch! Read More

UHS Highest Performers!

Ursuline High School Wimbledon are delighted to announce they have been deemed one of the highest performers in England, winning national awards! Read More

Foodie Heaven

The Year 11 Food Preparation and Nutrition students are busy making a range of complex dishes including patties, bread, aranchini, choux pastry, meeting the nutritional needs of an active adult, focussing on carbohydrate starch. This is for their NEA2, worth 35% of their final GCSE. They have to make three dishes in a three hour period, making sure they cover all 12 skills set by the exam board. Read More

Excelling In English!

“We are very proud of our students. Their exceptional results reflect their great work ethic and diligent exam preparation. Their success is a testament to the hard work of the English department and students..” Read More

Children's Mental Health Week

3rd - 9th February 2020, is Children's Mental Health week which aims is to shine a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health. The theme of this year is Find your Brave. Read More

Tonnes of Charisma!

A huge congratulations to one of our Year 9 students who came first place in the Charisma Gymnastics Competition on Sunday 26th January. Read More

Oxbridge Success!

This year the Oxbridge Programme saw 13 UHS students apply for Oxbridge and we were delighted that four students have been made offers by Cambridge! The students are going to study English, History of Art and two are studying Natural Sciences (including one student who got straight A*s in the Summer, took a gap year and made an application). Read More

The Year of the Word

The start of Advent saw the launch of 'The Year of the Word', across all Catholic schools and churches globally to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Verbum Domini - Pope Benedict XVI’s Apostolic Exhortation on ‘The Word of the Lord’. (This also commemorates the 1600th anniversary of death of St Jerome, who translated the Bible into Latin). Read More

UK Parliament Week

We were fortunate enough to have Ms Carpenter, a former teacher from Wimbledon College who now works at the Parliament Education Service, deliver a series of assemblies to all year groups as part of UK Parliament Week. Ms Carpenter explained to the students how the UK’s parliamentary system works and, especially pertinent, how our electoral system works. Read More

Poetic Festivities!

Year 8 UHS students were involved in a wonderful evening of open mic poetry at Raynes Park Library. A great night of festive fun was had by all. Read More

The Hills Are Alive!

What fantastic performance(s) of *The Sound of Music* from our sold out shows on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th November. A huge well done to all of the cast and crew for such professionalism and flair (as usual)! Read More

Rugby Win at Old Ruts!

In September we linked with Old Ruts Rugby club to start our first girls rugby club which was open to all students ranging from beginner to anyone who plays regularly. They trained for 7 weeks on a Thursday at Morley Park to finish the term with a competitive match on Sunday 17th November with the Old Ruts club players. 15 students from yr7-10 took part in the friendly match to experience the rugby club environment, to meet the other players and to make some tackles! We were very proud of all of the students efforts and some of their rugby displays were excellent. In a very short time they have developed a range of skills and also tried something new. Our U15 secured a 8-4 win over the opposition! Read More

Inspirational Writers

Super excited students received certificates for their Commended & Highly Commended short stories/poems in the Young Writers Competition today! Read More

Armistice Day Service

On Monday 11th November Year 10 history students had the honour of laying a wreath on behalf of Ursuline High School at the Merton Armistice Day service in Mitcham. Read More

Year 7 Commissioning 2019

A fantastic 'official welcoming' into the Ursuline community last night at the Year 7 Commissioning Service. After a successful transition from their primary schools, our Year 7 students were presented with their eagerly anticipated Serviam' badges by Ms Waters and Mr Adam, with a special service hosted by Mrs Jefferies; Head of Year 7. Read More

All Souls' Day

To mark All Souls' Day (which fell on Saturday 3rd November), our Chaplain Ms Murphy gave staff and students the opportunity to attend the Chapel at break time, where they could a light a candle for a deceased loved one, have a moment of silent reflection and say a special prayer. Read More

Cracking The Code!

"It was really interesting to use our problem solving skills to work as a team and have fun solving puzzles!" Student Read More

Hallo Dutch Visitors!

"Just a note to say that we had a safe journey back home last Friday and to say that our girls had a wonderful day at your school. Thank you so much for organising!" Nedine, Van Lodenstein College- Kesteren Read More

Ada Lovelace Day

"I was really surprised to find out that a woman actually started technology- especially programming.." Student Read More

Sixth Form Open Evening 2019

Many thanks to all parents, carers and students who attended our Sixth Form Open Evening 2019. The turn out was fantastic, we hope you all enjoyed finding out more about the Ursuline High School and Wimbledon College Sixth Form and the vast array of opportunities it has to offer. Read More

Mental Health Awareness

We acknowledged Mental Health Day on Thursday 10th October with a week of activities to raise awareness of mental health and promote positive emotional wellbeing. Students have made pledges for their own emotional wellbeing, experienced a mindfulness meditation and taken part in a whole school quiz hoping to win the most points for their house. We have also developed a wellbeing area in our library and hope to build on this throughout the year. Read More

"Imagine The Impossible..."

Year 11 had a motivational day focusing on themselves and their futures as part of their Careers programme – the morning featured their My Future …Conference looking at their skills, qualities and experiences and hearing from a fabulous array of inspiring speakers. Their afternoon involved them writing up their CV in preparation for work experience research and applications and also preparing for their personal guidance careers interview later this term Read More

Schools For Success!

"I am delighted that the school has been recognised for its work on progress of all students. The Mayor recognised that Ursuline is in the top 6% of all schools in London. When so much is in the news about provision for SEN students, Ursuline has been able to buck the trend to ensure our students with SEN make outstanding progress. Well done to students, our SEN team and all staff!" Ms Waters Read More

Cooking Up A Storm!

We were delighted that Garry Hollihead (3 Michelin star chef) was able to join us for the official opening of the Ursuline’s new canteen. He did a demonstration for a group of year 11 Food Preparation and Nutrition students. Making Roasted cod, served with a fricassee of Cornish mussels, fresh borlotti beans, girolles, served with a sea to earth volute. Garry spoke about the importance of buying fresh British ingredients, he showed the students how to fillet the fish, and brought in whole cod for us to see. He kindly took part in a question and answer session too. We got to taste the dish, it was amazing! Read More

Feast of St Francis of Assisi

The new House Lunches got off to a great start with a celebration of the Feast of St Francis of Assisi on Thursday 3rd October. All members of Francis house were invited to share their lunch in the Main Hall with some additional treats provided by Ms Murphy & Ms Connor! The turnout was excellent and we look forward to the next one. A big thank you to the Year 12s who provided support. Read More

We Need More Diverse Books!

On Wednesday 2nd October, Ursuline High School was honoured to host the award-winning writer Patrice Lawrence who came to speak with Year 10 students from Ursuline and Ricards Lodge about her new book Rose, Interrupted. The event was organised in conjunction with Wimbledon Bookfest and Ursuline’s Global Reading Project which was launched last year. Read More

A Win For Dementia at Bookfest!

Over 50 of our students in years 8 and 9 attended the Prize winners’ Event at Wimbledon Bookfest on Wednesday 18TH September at which Madeleine (Year 10) was presented with her prize as overall winner of the Bookfest’s competition on the theme “The Island” for her writing on dementia and its isolating effects. Read More

Avila Partnership Programme

The Avila Partnership welcomed eighteen Catholic Primary and Secondary Schools for the ‘What Makes Great Catholic Schools’ first seminar. At etc.venues Pimlico on Thursday 19th September. The programme will have five seminars over the course of the academic year ending with a publication on what makes great Catholic schools. It began with guest speaker, Professor Tina Beattie from Roehampton University opening the series of seminars with a talk on Catholic Social Teaching, giving the delegates much to discuss. One delegate commented, “The speakers were all thought provoking, I really enjoyed listening to them and I felt inspired to continue” Read More

Southwark Opening Mass

On Tuesday 10th September, 5 students from Year 8- 10, joined with students and staff from schools across the diocese to attend Mass to mark the start of the school year, at Southwark Cathedral. The Mass was celebrated by the new Archbishop John Wilson. Read More

Dare to Dream!

On Friday 20th September we had our annual Year 11 Retreat on the theme of ‘Dare to Dream’. The focus of the day was to encourage students to dream big in their lives and reminding them that God will be with them on their journey. Read More

UHS Bake Off for Macmillan

On Friday 27th September we held our annual bake off for Macmillan Coffee Morning at break time in our staff room. There was a variety of home baked yummy goods to choose from and staff enjoyed helping themselves to a treat with the knowledge of all donations going to a very worthwhile cause. Read More

Sixth Form Open Evening

Looking forward to welcoming prospective students to our Ursuline High School and Wimbledon College Sixth Form Open Evening on Thursday 10th October in our Sports Hall. Read More

University Applications After Exam Results?

We were delighted to welcome the Shadow Secretary of Stae for Education, Angela Rayner and Jackie Schneider, Labour Candidate for Wimbledon, alongside film crews from BBC, Sky and Channel 4 into our school yesterday. In light of A Level Results Day and students nervously awaiting confirmation of University places, students from Year 11 and 12 were interviewed regarding their opinion on Labour's proposed policy of applying to university after you have received your exam results. Read More

UHS Fest Week

Students had a fantastic 'Fest Week', with Trips to Rome, Normandy, Paris and Ireland. In school students were able to take part in various fest activities such as; 'Bridge Fest', 'Man on the Moon Fest', 'Sports Fest', 'Story Fest', 'Middle East Fest, 'Language Fest', 'Song Writing Fest', 'Bake Off Fest', 'Lettering Fest', 'Mask Fest', 'Cycle Fest' 'STEM Fest' and 'Science Fest'. Read More

Ball Girl Power!

So proud to announce that our ball girls start 'work' at Wimbledon tennis today. We have 6 new ball girls and 6 re-calls. Our PE Department do a fantastic job year after year, ensuring the girls practice their techniques and 'ball skills' to ensure that they are fully prepared for this fantastic opportunity. Read More

Celebrating Good Times!

We were delighted to greet our Year 11 students and their parents and carers on Thursday 27th June as they attended Year 11 Celebration Evening. The beautiful weather made for a delightful welcome reception in our quad, where light refreshments were provided prior to the main event in the school hall. Read More

The World of Work!

Year 7 had an exciting careers morning exploring the World of Work on Thursday 27th June. They were delighted to hear from Marlene Boateng, from *Berkley Homes* who shared her career journey so far and highlighted the importance of a can do attitude and flexibility. Students also learnt from her all about Careers in Construction & The Property Development Cycle and the skills future employers are looking for. They continued the morning exploring the variety of jobs that exist across many industries, understanding the importance of different subjects and how they apply to the working world. They committed to different actions to develop their behaviour and skills to improve their future opportunities in the workplace. Read More

Year 10 Taster Day

“It is important for students to be given the opportunity to sample lessons in Year 10, so they can be confident that they make the right subject choices in Sixth Form, which will in turn, support their career pathways.” Ben Barton, Assistant Headteacher Read More

Celebrating Sporting Prowess!

"Thank you so much for having me there. It was amazing to be able to hand awards to so many seriously talented young people and great to be back at the school!" Toby Gold Read More

Brightening Up Berkeley Homes

"CCS had a vast amount of entries this year so the competition was a tough one.. huge thank you to all the pupils for their incredible contributions and making the hoarding into a truly winning piece!! Theresa Dale, Wimbledon Hill Park Read More

Complex Skills

Year 10 have been working on their practical skills, trying to make food products using ‘complex’ skills, In order to develop skills ready for Year 11.. Read More

Nǐ Hǎo, Nǐ Hǎo Ma (Hello, How Are You?)

It was fantastic to welcome 31 students and their teachers/staff members from Taiwan between the Monday 10th-Friday 14th June. Our student visitors were very excited to be in London and were allocated buddies (pictured), who accompanied them to lessons and made sure their stay was a pleasant one. Read More

Remembering Grenfell!

A service for the victims of the Grenfell tower fire was held today in the Chapel organised by some Year 10 students. Prayers were said to remember all those affected by the tragedy, which took place two years ago, and 72 candles lit in memory of those who lost their lives. Read More

Outstanding Oxbridge!

On Tuesday we took a group of Year 10 students to visit Merton College, Oxford as part of the UHS Oxbridge Programme (to inspire them young!). They had a talk on university life and degree choices generally, followed by a focus on Oxbridge. The students really engaged with the day and asked lots of questions and showed great enthusiasm (the lecturer was very impressed with them!). Here is what some of them said about the day: Read More

Year 10 Accenture Work Experience!

30 students in Year 10 attended a fantastic day at Accenture, Wallace Space office. Throughout the day they took part in a variety of challenging tasks designed to test their skills in; problem solving, numeracy, communication, listening, research lateral thinking, journey planning, consequential thinking and analysis. They worked in teams with multiple mentors and inspirational speakers throughout the day and used their presentation skills to feedback conclusions to a judging panel, gaining feedback. The day concluded with a Q&A advice panel. Read More

Time To Network

What better way to find out more about your school sixth form than to ask the sixth former's themselves? Read More

Poets.. And They Do Know It!

Congratulations to Annie-May, Alanna and Weronika (Year 9) and Mia and Tara (Year 11) whose poems were published by the *Stratford Literary Festival 2019 **Young Poets Competition*.[] Read More

Challenging The Status Quo!

Congratulations on our *Year 9 Debating Teams’* success in the multi-borough heat of the *London Debate Challenge*. Winning through to represent Merton in this year’s *pan-London final* is a wonderful achievement. They worked excellently as a team and the judge’s feedback was glowing! Read More

Year 9 Retreat Day

I really enjoyed the trainers game and trying to produce money to win, even though our group started with the least we managed to end in 3rd place.” Year 9 Student Read More

Mental Health Awareness Week

"It's so important to talk about your mental health and try to find strategies to help you. As a teenager it can sometimes be hard to manage school work and other commitments, particularly around 'exams time', I find yoga really beneficial in helping me to relax and have a good school work and life balance." Alice, Year 9 Read More

Clean Sweep At Borough Athletics!

Congratulations to our super speedy and super talented Athletics teams for their fantastic performances at *Merton School Sports Partnership Borough Athletics* this half term! We are so pleased to announce that our Year 7, Year 8/9 AND Year 10 teams won the overall competitions! 1st place medals all round! Read More

Sent Off In Style!

“What a journey this has been, I am so proud to have been your Head of Year! The world is better and brighter because of you.. this is not goodbye or an end, but just the beginning, I wish you all the very best!” *Ms Fernandes, Head of Year 13* Read More

Charity Begins At HomeStart!

Our Year 8 Philanthropists have been very busy fundraising for their chosen charities this past term or so and we were very pleased to hold our *First Give[] Philanthropy Final* on Friday 10th May in the school hall. Read More

Merton Long Service Awards!

A lovely celebration of serviam last night at *Merton’s Long Service Awards* at Morden Park House. We are very proud to have such dedicated staff members at Ursuline, and we thank them all for their continued service- over 250 years combined!! Read More

Surrey Schools Runners Up

A fantastic effort by our wonderful Year 7 Footballers who gracefully take the runners up medals in the *Surrey Schools FA Cup **U12 Final*, losing 3-1 to Winston Churchill School. Read More

Climate Change! What Should We Be Doing?

9 a1 went to Wimbledon College to take part in a generations together debate with members of the parish and year 9 students from the College. The title of the debate was *‘As stewards of the world, what should we be doing about climate change’*. Read More

Tennis Success!

Well done to our Year 8 Tennis Player Sophie-Marie, who has been busy on the courts this summer with an U14 win, R/Up 16u at Tunbridge Wells and won an U18 doubles at the *Ash Manor Easter Open*. Read More

Leading the Way in Tennis!

Our Summer Sports Leadership projects are in full swing this term, as our Year 9 Leaders had their training for the *Merton School Sports Partnership* Primary School Inclusive Tennis Tournament (above)! Read More

Good Samaritan Mass

On Wednesday 1st May the Year 7 Chaplaincy Team represented the school the *Good Samaritans Mass* at Southwark Cathedral with over 20 others schools from the diocese. The Mass, which was celebrated by Archbishop Peter Smith, celebrated all the charitable work done by the schools during lent and thanked them for all they do to support others. Read More

Insieme Day at Forest Gate

7 Catherine travelled to St Angela’s in Forest Gate for part two of their Insieme Day exchange. The day explored the similarities we have as Ursuline schools and the importance of togetherness. In groups the students creatively looked at what Insieme meant to them through, art, drama and dance. Read More

DofE Awards Evening

Congratulations to the Year 10-13s who have successfully completed their Bronze, Silver and Gold *Duke of Edinburgh Awards* this year (with their certificates above), who attended the annual *Merton Duke of Edinburgh Awards ceremony* at St Mark's School in April. Read More

Year 9 Desenzano Retreat

Year 9 Desenzano retreat was on the theme of ‘Building Community’. During our retreat the students reflected on their personal faith through prayer and discussion. They had the opportunity to discuss what it means to be an Ursuline with the students from Ursuline Ilford and built relationships. They also took part in a CAFOD climate change session discussing how they can make a positive change in our world. Through all these activities they worked on their team building skills and we also spent time socialising together to help form friendships within their Chaplaincy team. Read More

The Power of Literacy!

This year we combined the events of World Book Day[]* *(Thursday 7th March) and International Women's Day[](Friday 8th March) to create a huge celebration of female empowerment through literacy. Read More

Watch This Space!

We are delighted to announce Year 9 students won the Microsoft Digigirlz[] event competition on Friday 8th March! Read More

How We'll Live On Mars...

A great opportunity offered by Kings College School during Science Week to all interested in Science and in particular space! In association with The Royal Institution of Science. Read More

Digital Skills!

Some of our Year 7 and 9 students had a fantastic day at the Lloyds TSB Digital Skills Day at Roehampton University on Wednesday 27th February. Read More

A Taste of GCSE'S!

Year 8 had the chance to experience some sample GCSE lessons on Thursday 14th February- prior to choosing their options in March! Read More


Due to excellent feedback from the 'taster session', the P.E Department are pleased to announce that Skate Club will start officially after half term in collaboration with Urban Studio Session's[]! Read More

Career Choices!

*“I really enjoyed it and whilst I was nervous at first, everyone was very easy to talk to and it was really interesting”. Year 9 Student* Read More

St Angela Feast Day Celebrations

We had a fantastic 2019 St Angela celebration on the theme of building community. Within our Masses we reflected on how we serve others in our community to live out Serviam and learnt about the global Ursuline community we are part of. This will link to our Lent them where we will be supporting the Ursuline school in the Congo. At each of the Masses, the students were presented with a wristband that said be ‘strong and courageous’ as a special gift for the Feast Day. We would like to say a special thank you to Father Michael, Father Hycathn, Cannon John and Father Joe for celebration these Masses for Us. Read More

Year 7 Ethos Day

Year 7 had a fabulous (annual) Ethos Day exploring the Ursuline values of respect, kindness, generosity, perseverance, gratitude and mercy. In groups they learned more about our patrons St Angela and St Ursula, they then presented their research through the choice of visual displays and dramas. Students also created acrostic prayers to St Angela or Ursula thanking them for their work and asking for their help to love our the school ethos Read More

Global Reading Project Launch

On Friday 25th January, Ursuline High School launched their new Global Reading Project in the LRC. The project was organised in response to an increased demand by students for our LRC to stock a wider range of international writers. In doing so, we hope to encourage our students to read more widely and diversely. Read More

Head Girl Team 2019

Congratulations to our new Head Girl Team; Lillie, Alice & Renoshni! We are sure you will all do a fantastic job in your new leadership roles! Read More

Christmas Donations for Kids on the Green

After the Grenfell tragedy occurred which killed an estimated 72 people. A group of friends (Niamh , Kiah , Keira & Poppy) wanted a give a small token to show we still care even after 18 months and so they decided to donate over 40 presents for the kids on the green Christmas party. Read More

Year 8 Retreat Day

Year 8 had fantastic Retreat Days(s) based around the theme of ‘Building Bridges- with friends, community and family. Thinking about relationships and where bridges might be broken and need mending. The day also included friendship dramas, a family portrait session and a team building challenge- building paper bridges effective enough to allow a small ball to travel across unhindered (above). Read More

Deutsche Schule!

15 Year 9 German students had the chance to spend the day at the *Deutsche Schule* in Richmond on Tuesday 15th January, attending lessons and experiencing life in a German school. They all enjoyed practicing their German with their buddies and attending lessons where they understood more than they expected! Read More

Global Readers!

On Friday 25th January, we will be launching our Global Reading Project, an initiative to encourage our students to read more widely and diversely. Read More

Brown Envelope Day

Year 11 were full of nervous anticipation and excitement on the Thursday 10th January as they collected their mock results during 'Brown Envelope Day', it was an afternoon full of mixed emotions and we thank all the staff who helped give the students a feel and taste of a 'real' results day! Read More

Christmas Carol Service

It was lovely to come together with *Wimbledon College* for our annual *Christmas Carol Service* last night at* Sacred Heart Church*. Choirs from both schools gave amazing performances and the classics such as ‘Silent Night’ and ‘O’ Little Town of Bethlehem’ were sung with much enthusiasm and greatly enjoyed by all those in attendance. Thank you to all staff, students and parents for taking the time to celebrate the season of Advent together and anticipate the joy of Christmas. Read More

Say No To Plastic!

Student Council are working hard to launch a *‘Say No to Plastic’ Campaign* after being inspired by David Attenborough's *Blue Planet* series. Their campaign ideas will be launched next term- we will keep you updated! Read More

Little Shop of Horrors!

A fantastic performance of the horror-comedy rock musical *Little Shop of Horrors*. Many thanks to all who attended- we hope to enjoyed it! A special thank you to the cast, crew, Drama, Music and Art departments who worked so hard to produce such a professional production. See below for some photos of the show in action! Read More

Christmas Tree Service

A lovely *Christmas Tree Service* was held in the Chapel to mark the start of advent coordinated by Ms Murphy, our Chaplain. Students from each year group came together with staff to sing hymns, decorate the Christmas tree and give thanks to God this advent in preparation for the celebration of Christmas. Read More

Thiepval Memorial

A photo from Rebecca visited the Thiepval Memorial on the Somme on 13th November with Eliza and Isabel. They have laid a cross of remembrance for a local soldier. Read More

Commissioning Service

The *Year 7 Commissioning Service*, which took place on Tuesday 6th November, was a lovely celebration, marking the formal end of the transition from primary school to secondary school. Read More

All Souls Day

Staff and students visited the Chapel to light a candle and say a prayer for loved ones who are no longer with us on All Souls Day. Many also visited for a moment of quiet reflection and a kind word from our Chaplain, Ms Murphy. Read More

The Big Broth

Ms Turnon, our (very kind) Sixth Form Study Supervisor surprised us all with offers of homemade soup on Friday 2nd November. Read More

New Orleans - posted 29th Oct

Over the October half term Agatha, Ruby-June, Solenn and Kristal were part of a group of eight students from various Ursuline Schools who went to New Orleans to work alongside the Ursuline Sisters from the USA and rebuild houses for those still affected by Hurricane Katrina. Read More

STEM Hacker Box Challenge

Students had an interesting day at the STEM Hacker Box event run by a STEM Ambassador from *Armadillo Sec* cyber security company, where they were told of the ambassadors career background and current role in cyber-security. Read More

Symposium in Rome

Young Catholic women from the Ursuline High School, Wimbledon asked for a full and active role within their Church at a Symposium in Rome on 1st October 2018. Read More

Adoremus Youth Congress

Niamh and I went to the Adoremus youth congress where we gained a deeper insight on religion and how religion is important for the younger generation. Read More

Goldman Sachs Coding Project

On Wednesday 12th September, many of our new Year 7 students participated in an exciting one day computing project with expert coders from Wandsworth City Learning Centre and Technology professionals from the global Bank, Goldman Sachs. Read More

Achievements at A-Level - posted 17th Aug

Congratulations to Ursuline students who sustained their outstanding progress from GCSE to A Level achieving the highest standards at ‘A’ level and all post 16 qualifications. 64% achieved A*-B, 90% A*-C, 100% A*-E. Read More

Year 10's 'Get Medical'

Few Year 10 students were successful in their applications for work experience at Kings College University and Guys & St Thomas' Hospital, however, Gemma, Rema, Faith, Sofia Jacqueline, Jessie, Ashinni, Leann, Daniela and Sophie were selected for this opportunity. Read More
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