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Tudor Day

Tudor Day

14/11/2016

Year 4 sampled Tudor banqueting, theatre and even making gold at their Tudor workshop last week.

JS Geography Field Trip Nov 2016

The River Wild

04/11/2016

Year 5 discovered 15 different habitats, measured the width and depth of the River Darent and nearly caught a fish during their Geography Field Trip to the Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve this week.

JS Prize giving 2016

Prizes Galore

12/07/2016

The Junior School held its Prize-Giving ceremony for girls in Prep today and said an official farewell to Year 6 leavers heading for their new senior schools in September.

Junior School Memory Competition

Memory Champion

17/06/2016

Congratulations to Year 6 Emma who is the new national Junior Memory Champion after winning a hotly contested final in London on 12th June.

Chess June 2016

Natalie reigns Suprema!

08/06/2016

Many congratulations to Year 6 Natalie who won the U11 girls section of the Chess Megafinal at Tonbridge Grammar yesterday, making her the Suprema for her age group.

JS Sir Issac Newton

Laws of Motion

23/05/2016

Pupils from Years 5 and 6 had the pleasure of meeting Sir Issac Newton on Wednesday as part of Senior School Science Week.

Chiddingstone Literary Prize May 2016

Emma's Literary Prize

06/05/2016

Congratulations to Year 6 Emma who received the prize for Best Illustrated Short Story from Children's Laureate, Chris Riddell at the Chiddingstone Literary Festival over the Bank Holiday.

Rocket Science

Rocket Science

14/11/2015

Walthamstow Hall Junior School are pleased to have been selected as one of the schools taking part in the RHS 'Rocket Science' project to become space biologists.

Super Cool Show Science Week May 2015

Science is Super Cool

14/05/2015

Year 5 visited the Senior School yesterday to take part in the Science Museum 'Super Cool Show' about the effects of temperature.

Year 2 St Paul's Cathedral Feb 2015

Fire of London

09/02/2015

Year 2 visited the Monument and St Paul's Cathedral last week as part of their studies on the Great Fire of London.