We employ over 900 staff in our schools, care homes and Carers' Information Service
For over 400 years we have been educating the young and caring for the elderly. This was the vision of our founder Archbishop John Whitgift. Today we promote educational excellence, support the Borough’s carers and offer a range of care services for older people.
Martha Macdonald's sculptures on politics of Tudors open to public at weekends, 12 - 3pm.
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Whitgift House Care Home commended for high quality meals.
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Did you know? As Archbishop of Canterbury John Whitgift signed licence allowing Shakespeare's Venus&Adonis to be published #Shakespeare450th1 day 2 hours ago Follow@1596Whitgift
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Over 100 events taking place during Croydon heritage Festival 2014. Have a browse through using our calendar:http://t.co/U0GpZeYA0k #chf20141 day 22 hours ago Follow@1596Whitgift