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Wildlife & Grounds

Whitgift enjoys an exceptionally beautiful, 45-acre, parkland site. It offers immediate access to first-class sports fields and all-weather facilities, together with opportunities for drama, scientific studies and relaxation, while retaining the appearance of a country estate; the School buildings are surrounded by a wonderful range of gardens, quadrangles and wildlife areas.

The Founder's Garden, Water Gardens and Andrew Quadrangle offer life-enhancing, reflective spaces, as well as venues for plays, concerts and celebrations.

'The inspirational grounds and gardens have several wildlife areas and enclosed spaces which foster calmness, peace and an opportunity to appreciate a sense of place and self-awareness'

ISI Inspection Report

  • Aerial view of the Tudor maze courtesy of Skypower
  • An aerial view of the school, courtesy of Skypower
  • A pair of African crowned cranes sunbathe
  • A red necked wallaby relaxes in the Water Garden
  • A peacock in full display
  • Bonzai in Andrew's Quadrangle
  • A resident peahen with her peachicks
  • The Whitgift Rose, created to mark the 400th Anniversary of the School
  • The Andrew Quadrangle in Spring

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