Community News Archive
Community News from the Sixth Form will be added soon.
Age came before beauty on the last day of term when a huge crowd watched the Staff (combined age approx 400 years) beat the Upper Sixth (average age 18) by 5 rounders.
The Class of 2014 ended their school days in style on Tuesday. After an emotional Leavers' ceremony at school in the morning they regrouped for evening drinks before their ball in Tunbridge Wells.
The crowds were out in force for the annual Teachers v Upper Sixth rounders match this lunch time where the teachers triumphed by 6 1/2 rounders to 5.
The Right Reverend Dr Brian Castle, Bishop of Tonbridge led two 175th Anniversary Services of Thanksgiving at St Nicholas' church this morning.
Yesterday the Upper Sixth bade a fond farewell to their teachers and fellow students with a funny, and as always, tear-jerking, Leavers' Ceremony.
The Upper Sixth Leavers marked the school's 'Foundation Day' today by planting their gift to the next generation of Wally Hall girls, a Mulberry 'wishes' tree.
Over 120 old girls and former staff came back to school on 8th June for the annual summer reunion and were treated to tea and rounders versus the current U15 squad.
The 'dramatic highlight' of the year took place yesterday afternoon as the Upper Sixth performed the annual Pantomime featuring two of the ugliest ugly sisters to ever grace the Wally Hall stage!
2011 Leaver Flo Barker came into school last week after her gap year spent working in an orphange in Cambodia.
The school said fond farewells to the leaving Upper Sixth with a moving Leavers' Ceremony and Leaver's Ball this week.