Activities & Sports
At MPW, we organise social and physical activities all year round providing our students with a fun and relaxed environment to help them stay healthy, interact with peers who share common interests, enhance leadership skills and prepare for the future.
We believe studies are just part of the student experience; we encourage our students to take part in social events ranging from raising awareness through a charity campaign, joining a debating session or simply stretching their legs and arms at the local climbing centre.
Students who love sport will have plenty of opportunity to meet up with likeminded friends - or make new ones - through a large variety of sports clubs here at MPW.
MPW4Kindness: one student's reflections on kindness
A level student Jonathan shares his thoughts on the theme of kindness for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.
MPW4Kindness: Mental Health Awareness Week 2020
In these unsettling times, as we all adapt to new ways of studying, working and living, looking after our mental health has never been more important. For Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, we'll be sharing tips and thoughts on the theme of kindness.
MPW Student Ambassadors team building day
Jack Darlington, Year 13, describes his experience of a life skills workshop delivered to MPW London's student ambassadors.
Model United Nations 2020
The 2020 Model United Nations Conference for London was held at St Paul’s School during the weekend of 17–19 January and twelve delegates from MPW were among the 250 young people who took part.
Chinese New Year celebrations 2019
One of our students Lola has written a short article about the Chinese New Year celebrations that took place in the college.
MPW London's annual poetry competition is now underway with students, staff and parents being encouraged to find their inner poet.
St George's football tournament
During the Easter break the MPW football team enjoyed a fine day out at the annual CIFE Tournament at St George’s Park, the FA’s flagship training centre in Burton-On-Trent.
Celebrating the Year of the Dog
Preparation began in January for this year’s Chinese New Year event including Chinese food, a tea ceremony and dressing up teachers in traditional clothes. The students worked hard to plan the festivities and the celebration proved to be very popular.