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Rich History

25/09/2017

The archives have been opened for Year 7 to learn about the School and to find out what life was like as a Wally girl in times past.

Lunar samples May 2017

Moon Landings

16/05/2017

The Science department went above and beyond last week, literally giving students the moon. To launch the space themed Science Week rare lunar rock samples landed at school for all to see.

History Year 8 debate

Whigs vs Revisionists

28/04/2017

Year 8 Historians divided into Whig and Revisionist historians today to debate the question 'Did life get better between 1509 to 1745?'

BBC Radio 2 500 words

500 words

18/04/2017

Congratulations to Emma, Isabella and Mathilda whose entries to the Radio 2 500 Words Competition are 2 of the 5,000 to have been selected from 131,798 entries to go into the second round.

Robin Stevens March 2017

Getting Away with Murder

02/03/2017

Year 7 had a thrilling afternoon meeting Robin Stevens, author of 'Murder Most Unladylike' and 'First Class Murder', as part of World Book Day yesterday.

Hastings 2016

1066 and all that

05/10/2016

Year 7’s History lessons literally took them into battle yesterday as they visited Battle Abbey and Pevensey Castle to discover more about the Battle of Hastings and its legacy.

GCSE Results Day 2016

Wally Hall All Stars

25/08/2016

Year 11 were celebrating another fantastic set of GCSE & IGCSE results today. 70% of grades were A*/A and a third of students achieved 10 or more A and A*s.

Earth, Wind and Fire

Earth, Wind and Fire

20/05/2016

The labs have been overwhelmed by students taking part in an incredible array of experiments and demonstrations as part of Science Week, this year themed around Earth, Wind and Fire.

Year 8 Trip to France May 2016

Friday in France

20/05/2016

This time last week 60 Year 8 students were enjoying a fantastic sunny day in Boulogne practicing their language skills at a confiserie, Nausicaá, the beach and in cafes and shops in town.

Transit of Mercury 2016

The Transit of Mercury

10/05/2016

Students in the Physics department were very excited to watch Mercury move across the Sun yesterday using a projection from a refracting telescope made from 2 lenses and some drainpipe!