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Prize-Giving Concert July 2014

Midsummer Concert

09/07/2014

The uplifting repertoire of the Midsummer Concert on Tuesday provided the perfect prelude to an evening celebrating Lower School Prize-Giving at the Senior School.

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Montreal win in the pool

08/07/2014

In what has definitely been their year Montreal clocked up yet another House competition win yesterday, this time at the House swimming gala.

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Bushcraft

Bush Craft

07/07/2014

Sleeping out in shelters they had built and eating fish they had prepared and cooked over open fires were just some of the survival skills that Year 8 learnt on their Bush Craft trip last week.

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Vita wins 7Oaks Aquathlon

Running & Swimming Wins

06/07/2014

Many congratulations to Kathleen Faes who won the 1500m at the National IAPS Championships and to Vita Milan who won the 7Oaks Aquathlon this week.

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House Athletics

02/07/2014

Montreal were triumphant in House Athletics on Tuesday after an afternoon of fierce but friendly competition which saw records broken and a staff v sixth form mega-relay!

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Prize-Giving

30/06/2014

Walthamstow Hall's 'stand-out' year was celebrated at Senior Prize-Giving on Saturday.

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Rockdale Party June 2014

Rockdale Party

26/06/2014

Wimbledon came to the Salmon Wing on Tuesday as Year 11 hosted a tennis themed tea for residents from Rockdale.

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House Rounders and Tennis June 2014

House Rounders & Tennis

25/06/2014

Chartwell and Penshurst triumphed in tennis and Montreal, Knole and Quebec had rounders victories in Friday's House competition.

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The Hound of the Baskervilles Lower School Play June 2014

The Hound of the Baskervilles

23/06/2014

The Lower School play, 'a wonderfully barking spoof' of the Conan Doyle classic will be performed in The Ship on Tuesday & Wednesday from 7pm. Tickets £5 each.

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Science Week Physics

Physics department bucks national trend

23/05/2014

National concerns about the lack of girls studying Physics at A level could not be further from reality at Walthamstow Hall where 30% of the new Lower Sixth have chosen the subject.