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Exam Week


It's strangely quiet in the Senior School. Every student from Year 7 up is taking exams. We hope everyone does their best - especially those sitting the public examinations.

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Staff v Y13 lacrosse


After a resounding defeat on the netball court earlier this term, staff upped their game to beat the springy sixth formers 4-2 in lacrosse. Sweet revenge.

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Choices, choices


With great timing in our Science Week, Old Girl Olivia Reid returned to Wally on Thursday to talk about working in aviation and the pressures of making career choices.

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Kent winners


Wally Hall's Young Enterprise team Novoneesh won the Kent Finals against five other schools on Wednesday, after an afternoon showcasing their company and a final presentation.

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New student leadership team


Congratulations to the new Head Girl team: Frances, Scarlett and Michela and also to the new Prefects and House Captains who were all elected last week.

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Going back to our roots


We were delighted to welcome back Old Girl Dr Lucy Ella Rose on Thursday to deliver her Sixth Form Lecture on women's education and suffrage - core subjects for Wally girls we feel.

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Jessica wins Debate


Many congratulations to Year 12 Jessica who last night won the Young Enterprise Public Speaking competition.

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Seizing life


Keep challenging yourself, was the inspiring message in last week's Sixth Form lecture, from a woman who aims to row the Atlantic solo - in the fastest time - starting in January 2018.

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Copper load of this


It was a Chemistry field trip with history thrown in too, for Year 13 Chemists on their visit to Ecton Mine in the Peak District at the weekend.

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Awesome Austen


Year 13 English students immersed themselves in the world of Jane Austen on Tuesday, with a visit to the author's House Museum in Chawton, Hampshire.