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Blüthner baby


Fine-tuning ahead of its first outing at the Senior School's Scholars' Concert next month, this piano belonged to the late Sir Geraint Evans and has been kindly given to us by his son.

Madame Bovary

The Major Tragedy of Madame Bovary


Students from Years 7 – 9 will ‘derail’ Flaubert’s classic when they perform the audacious, ambitious, ‘whirligig tragi-comedy’ ‘The Major Tragedy of Madame Bovary’on 27th and 28th June.

Wally Pop 2017

Wally Pop


The ambition and brilliance of Wally Pop grows every year and 2017 was no exception with a programme of 21 fantastic performances from students on Friday evening.

39 Steps

Comedy Store


Year 11 Drama students engaged their funny bones at the end of term performing two brilliant comedies; the film noir inspired 'The 39 Steps' and classic Ayckbourn farce 'Role Play'.

Spring Concert March 2017

Concert is 'Best Ever'


The Music Department's latest addition, the new School Organ, made its debut at a spectacular Spring Concert on Friday evening.


National Orchestras for Sasha


Congratulations to Year 11 Sasha Puller who has been awarded places on both the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain and the National Youth Orchestra's Inspire Ensemble Orchestra.

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Rehearsals for the Senior School production of Oliver! are well underway. Tickets are on sale from the School Office for the 5 performances from the 22nd - 26th November.

Wind in the Willows June 2016

Opening Night


'Break a leg' (or a paw) to the cast of the Lower School play, Alan Bennett's adaptation of 'The Wind in the Willows', who have their opening night tonight.

Queen's 90th Birthday Card competition

Cards fit for a Queen


Designs by Walthamstow Hall pupils have won all 3 age categories of Sevenoaks Town Council's competition to design a 90th birthday card for the Queen.

Tunbridge Wells Art Fair Finalists 2016

Art Finalists


We are delighted that 6 pieces by Walthamstow Hall artists are amongst the final 30 to be chosen by the judges of the Tunbridge Wells International Art Fair Schools Award.