Many congratulations to Year 11. An amazing 49% of their I/GCSE grades announced today were A*s with 79% A - A*. Over half of Year 11 students, 55%, gained 9 or more A - A* grades.
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.
In what has definitely been their year Montreal clocked up yet another House competition win yesterday, this time at the House swimming gala.
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.
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.
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!
Walthamstow Hall's 'stand-out' year was celebrated at Senior Prize-Giving on Saturday.
Wimbledon came to the Salmon Wing on Tuesday as Year 11 hosted a tennis themed tea for residents from Rockdale.
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.
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.