RIP Lord Attenborough

WK mourns Lord Attenborough, a long-standing friend and  generous supporter of the school. Generations of students were inspired by his creative genius, compassion and humility. (Photo: International Business Times) Read more.

Swaziland Careers Fair

WK initiative in its 7th year

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About 1700 students attended the 7th edition of the fair, which was held in Ezulwini and organised by the Career Support Initiiative, an IB community service group. To read more, click here


Community Service

Mandela Week

Students paid tribute to former WK parent and grandparent Nelson Mandela by doing one week of community service activities and making a giant portrait of Madiba. To read more, click here.   


Choir Tour to Johannesburg 

Members of the WK Choir shared their talents with audiences in the City of Gold. They also led and participated in workshops at a various schools. To read more, click here.


Alumni Impact

Blake McDermott

Blake is spending the year working as a Communications Officer at two non-governmental organisations in the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar. To read more, click here.

WK Facts and Figures

  • 600 students from over 50 countries
  • 57 academic staff from 18 countries
  • 80% of the student body is African
  • 30% of students receive bursary support
  • 50% of IB students receive bursary support
  • 60% of students are boarders
  • Average IB score is 34 (equal to more than four A grades at A level)
  • Around 5,000 students have received a Waterford education to date