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2018 Summer Reunion


All Old Girls are welcome to this year's Summer Reunion which will be held on Saturday June 9th from 2pm. A special invitation is issued to those who left in a year ending in an 8.

Let Me Go

Let Me Go


A film produced by Wally old girl Lizzie Pickering, and starring Juliet Stevenson, will go on general release in September. 'Let Me Go' is based on the true story of a mother's terrible war time secret.


Summer Reunion


This year's Summer Reunion takes place at school on Saturday 10th June from 2.00pm. All old girls are welcome with a special invitation to everyone who left in a year ending in a 7!

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End of an Era


The end of this academic year also marks the end of an era as we say goodbye to legend Miss Taylor, PE teacher extraordinaire who has been inspiring Wally Hall pupils for over 43 years.

Reunion 2016

Back to School


We were thrilled to welcome so many old girls on Saturday for the annual reunion. Students from the classes of 2006, 1996, 1986, 1976, 1966, 1956 and 1946 returned to school.

Rockdale Drama Visit May 2016

Drama for Old Girls


Year 7 Drama students performed for residents at Rockdale yesterday afternoon, including 1948 Walthamstow Hall Head Girl Pat Groves (nee Savage).

1973 Reunion

Class of 1973


Leavers from 1973 were reunited in London last May and plans are afoot for another reunion in 2020.

Alex marathon 2016

Marathon marvel


Congratulations to 2012 leaver, and former Head Girl, Alex Baddeley who completed the London Marathon in 3 hours 41 minutes and raised over £3,000 for charity Whizz-Kidz.

Jean Marshall

Daughter of Singapore


The extraordinary life of Walthamstow Hall old girl Jean Marshall (nee Gray), has been retold in a Channel News Asia documentary and in the Singapore broadsheet 'The Straits Times'.

Professor Julia Downing

Julia recognised as 'change agent'


We were very proud to hear that old girl, Professor Julia Downing, has been recognised as a 'change agent in oncology' in a report published today to mark International Women's Day.