Over 60s Lunch 2017

We had a fantastic time at the Farmers Club in Whitehall Place, London.  A delicious lunch was rounded off with a welcome speech from Chairman John Bacon, an update about the College from Headmaster Adam Williams and finished with news from the farming year from Stern Farm Manager Paul Sigley.  Look out for next year's... read more >

Wonderful Service to unveil new War Memorial

We were honoured that Sternian George 'Johnny' Johnson, MBE DFM (287) came to unveil the new war memorial at our Remembrance Service on Friday, 10th November.  It was a very moving service with the whole school, staff, Sternians and guests in attendance.  We were also honoured with a fly past from one of the chinooks based at RAF Odiham.  All in all, a wonderful... read more >

Sternian Reunion 2018

Between Easter and the end of October 2018, the College is conducting a project of major building works to radically alter and enhance the dining hall building. Throughout that period, meal provision for the whole school and staff body will be under considerable strain, so the College has requested that all events be cancelled or postponed for the duration of the work. The... read more >

Careers Fair 2018

Next year's event takes place on Tuesday, 20th March 2018 and we are already booking lots of Sternians who have kindly agreed to attend and share their experiences.  Do contact the office if you would like to be part of this event.  Lovely lunch... read more >

Sternian Golf Tournament

Great Sternian golf tournament at Windlesham Golf Club in Surrey.  Hotly contested as ever with a LWC community mixture of Sternians, pupils and staff playing including the Headmaster!  The Sternian team won though so congratulations to... read more >

South West Reunion

We had a very successful and enjoyable South West Reunion on 28th September at Tormarton.  Thanks to all who came and do look out for the photos on our flickr account, accessed through the Gallery... read more >

Sternian Rugby Sevens and Netball Tournament

We had a great LWC community spirit for our rugby sevens and netball on 10th September.  Our thanks to all the Sternians, staff, FLWC, pupils and parents who made it such a fun event.  Congrats to the Hangover Heroes who won the rugby trophy and to the Sternian Younguns who won the netball ... read more >

Another great win for Sternian 1st XI

The annual T20 cricket match between the Sternians and the LWC 1st XI took place on 25th June.  It was another high scoring match but the seasoned alumni prevailed for the 6th time in a row, also beating a team from Binstead CC in the afternoon.  A lovely day in bright sunshine that showcased LWC at its... read more >

Sternian Reunion 2017

We had a wonderful reunion in glorious sunshine with over 100 Sternians enjoying themselves.  Look out for the photos on our flickr... read more >

London Drinks

New London drinks event date to be posted... read more >

Now you can search Sternian Archives

Have you looked yet? We are continuing the enormous task of digitising the Sternian archives and the latest additions include most of the Sower and Sternian magazines.  We see this as an important and ongoing project which we hope to build on year on year. ... read more >

Fabulous Foundation Day at LWC

Celebrating the Lord Wandsworth Foundation with a dedicated Foundation Day has now become an annual event.  Sternians, parents, Foundationers and their friends and representatives of the trusts who support foundationers gathered together in the newly refurbished Gavin Hall on 14th March to hear stories of Foundationers old and new and what the College means to them.  We... read more >

Sternians win Hockey Tournament against LWC

It was very wet and cold but our hardy Sternians all turned up for their matches.  Sternian Ladies won 3-1 and Sternian Men, of which there was so many, we played a group of shorter matches so they could all play, won by overall goals scored.  See full report... read more >

President’s Drinks

This event is held every November for our President, Committee members and Senior Sternians and former staff to welcome new staff to LWC.  It is a timely chance for new staff, who have a half term under their belts by then, to take stock and chat to those more experienced at life at LWC and is very successful.  We wish all new staff long and happy careers at the... read more >

Happy Birthday Your Majesty from the Bournemouth Reunion

As this year's event coincided with Her Majesty The Queen's 90th birthday, Ron Burlingham donned a union jack bowler hat and waved a flag and led us in a toast to Her Majesty.  ... read more >

South West Reunion goes from strength to strength

This reunion is held every two years and is very popular with those who live in the South West who are not always able to make the journey to Long Sutton.  We were delighted to meet Ellen Hillier nee Webb this year.  Ellen attended Gosden House known as the Lord Wandsworth Girls School from 1936-1942 and regaled us with vivid memories of her time there and her visits to... read more >

Fabulous Flautist wins Cotterill Cup

After hearing over 100 performances on 11th March 2016 on a variety of different instruments, Sternian Brian Cotterill (1985 Summerfield and Head of Music at St Edmund's School, Hindhead) awarded the Overall Beginner Winner to Grace Bradshaw. ... read more >

Two majors went to row…

How did you spend Christmas?  Not in a boat measuring 7m x 2m in an Atlantic swell I assume?!  On 20th December 2015, Major Dave Lambert (2000 School), Army Air Corps and fellow Major Tom Brunwin set off from La Gomera in the Canary Islands to row the Atlantic in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. ... read more >

Sternians welcome former parents as Associate Members

The Sternians' Association has taken the innovative step of inviting all former parents to join as Associate Members of the Association. Parents are welcome to join and need only contact the Sternians Office. The commitment of parents can be as long as ten years or even more if they have several children at the College. It seemed logical to enable that involvement with... read more >