They celebrated in style with our traditional Leavers’ Breakfast, followed by a morning of fun on our own WGS mini-fayre in the School’s Valley playing fields.
Optional fancy dress was then transformed in to more formal attire as parents joined their children for a lavish lunch in Big School. Year Book memories were shared and end of year hoodies collected as the year group formally said their farewells to each other.
The experiences you have at School, and the friendships you make will last a lifetime. Being a member of our alumni community (known as Old Wulfrunians) ensures the benefits of studying at a top independent school extend way beyond your school years with us.
Our students go on to achieve great things and we have a growing worldwide alumni community of thousands in over 30 countries. There’s a whole range of ways for you to stay in touch with us and with each other.
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