A group of pupils in Years 9 to 11 enjoyed an excellent trip as they visited Chartwell House, which was the family home of Sir Winston Churchill, as part of our weekends programme last Saturday.
A place of huge historical importance, Chartwell is now a National Trust property. The house was bought by Sir Winston in 1922 and he lived there until shortly before his death in January 1965.
The weekends programme at Worth, which is open to day students as well as boarders, offers a broad range of opportunities including a number of trips. In the second half of term, there will be organised trips to Charles Darwin House, Sealife Centre at Brighton, Chichester Cathedral and Wings Museum, a local aviation museum.