Our School is Temporarily Closed
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Until we are able to open again, our children’s learning is being fully supported through Show My Homework where lesson plans and resources are updated daily. Mentors are also continuing to contact all children regularly.
We will update our school community when the position becomes clear regarding opening our doors again for all staff, pupils and students.
Contacting the school
For our existing parents, pupils and students, if you have any queries please email your teachers directly. Pupils and students must use their school, not personal email accounts. Use initial, then surname @saintcecilias.london Click here for the Staff list.
If you have a safeguarding / child protection concern during the school closure please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pupils are able to email the school through: email@example.com
More information on Child Protection and Safeguarding during school closure can be found on our Policies page.
Year 7 Admissions
If you have an admissions enquiry, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sixth Form Admissions
For all enquiries regarding entry into Year 12, please email: email@example.com
For all other queries
Please follow the link below for the Term Dates until Summer 2020. We hope you will find the information helpful when booking holidays which do not involve pupil absence during term time.
Saint Cecilia’s is a vibrant Church of England secondary school with a distinctive Christian ethos for pupils aged 11-18 years. The school first opened in September 2003 on the site of Wandsworth Boys School.
We welcome applications from all members of the community and ask all parents/carers and applicants to respect the Christian ethos of our school and recognise its importance to our community.
Saint Cecilia’s provides outstanding pastoral care. We seek to provide for the personal welfare of each individual child so that there are as few barriers to learning as possible.
Saint Cecilia’s Church of England School enjoys an enviable reputation for producing highly successful individual and team performances in a wide range of sports.
The Friends of Saint Cecilia's is a registered charity formed by parents. They raise money to help support the school and bring the wider community together by organising social events throughout the year.