• Year 7 students at The Tower

    In the summer term Year 7 visited the Tower of London with the History department. Artur and Luay of 7T reflect on their experience. Read their report in School Life/ Enrichment/ Trips and Journeys on this website.


  • Sail France Trip

    Perfect weather, wonderful students - who could wish for more?

    Read the full report in School Life/ Enrichment/ Trips and Journeys and find out why this boat is in the tree tops!


  • Students Strike Gold in the Brecon Beacons!

    For the first time in 3 years 24 Graveney students qualified and completed their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award. It takes grit and determination to get through 3 nights and 4 days of long treks over the Brecon Beacons dealing with sweaty heat and relentless rain - not to mention mountains and midges. Read the full story...



    Please see the full item in our News section


  • Higher Education Day

    Once again the annual Higher Education Day provided Year 12 students with key information to help them make the all important decisions about education after Graveney. Nearly 60 guests visited the school giving presentations on choosing and applying to university and student finance, as well as smaller drop-ins.


  • Politics Students aiming for the US campaign trail

    AS Politics students Perry Blankson, Lara Jenkin, Kaya Brown and Arthur McFarlane are through to the final interview round of the Transformation Trust’s Inspire US 2016 Competition. Success could see them heading to the swing state of Florida, as campaign interns during the final two weeks of the US elections.


  • Graveney student is FAD Fashion Future Finalist

    Congratulations to Year 13 student Ellen Hill who has stitched her way to the final of FAD Fashion Futures with a garment inspired by Indian street-wear. Her work will be on the catwalk at the Fashion Futures final at Fashion Scout which takes place during London Fashion Week.


Principal's Welcome

Welcome to Graveney School. At Graveney we aim to provide an excellent education which not only reflects current developments but also reinforces traditional values and skills. We believe that education should take place in a disciplined atmosphere where pupils are encouraged to learn effectively. In this way, all pupils can achieve their best and become confident, responsible adults, ready to make a positive contribution to the society in which they live and work. We are a school committed to the serious business of study.

Graham Stapleton - Principal


Graveney School, Welham Road, SW17 9BU

Tel: 0208 682 7000  |  Fax: 0208 682 7075