• “Throughout the school pupils achieve excellent standards in their work and activities.”
    ISI Inspection Report, 2013
  • “Pupils are eager and co-operative learners who are able to work independently and think critically, and whose creativity is very well developed.”
    ISI Inspection Report 2013
  • “Opportunities to participate in a rich panoply of artistic, musical, dramatic, speaking, creative and academic clubs abound”
    ISI Inspection Report, 2013
  • “Produces confident young women with a 'can-do' attitude and an adventurous spirit”
    The Good Schools Guide 2012
  • “Plenty of debate, discussion and interaction from early on - work in a team with teachers”
    The Good Schools Guide 2012
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Today's Events, 20th April 2018

Mulberry Challenge

Starts: 2.00pm

Mulberry Challenge

Starts: 2pm

SENIOR
SIXTH FORM

Open Mornings

The next Senior School Open Morning is on Saturday September 29th 2018, 10.00am - 12.15pm

To book tickets for Open Morning go to September 29th Open Morning Booking

Walthamstow Hall is an Independent Girls’ Day School educating pupils from 3 - 11 at the Junior School and from 11 to 18 at the Senior School on separate sites in Sevenoaks Kent.

Miss Stephanie Ferro

Welcome from the Headmistress

At Walthamstow Hall, Sevenoaks for 180 years we have been true to our founding aim, which is to provide an education for girls which is full of opportunity, challenge and possibility

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Miss Stephanie Ferro, MA (Oxon), MA (Lond)

Latest News


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Lacrosse Academy

April 20th 2018

Congratulations to seven Year 9s who have been selected to join the Lacrosse England Regional Academy's talent development programme.


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New term, new ship

April 18th 2018

Junior School girls start the Summer Term with a fabulous new ship to play on, kindly donated by the Friends and Parents Association.


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A Fairy Tale

March 26th 2018

It was a story of magic lost and found, with all our favourite story book characters playing their part in an afternoon of song and dance that entertained everyone. Well done, Years 3 and 4.