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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.

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Prejudice: causes and consequences


Year 12 and 13 were asked to think about how they view the world, in a thought-provoking Sixth Form Lecture from Holocaust Educator, Freddy Naftel on Thursday.

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A Stars


There was a lot of hugging in the Hub this morning as the Year 13s celebrated their A level results, an incredible 22% of which were passed at A* grade.

Prize-Giving 2017



Immunologist, and WH old girl, Dr Josie Meade, inspired students with a speech on getting the most out of university and opportunities for women in science at Senior Prize-Giving.

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Sixth Form beat Teachers


Even with their star player, Mrs Milner, opening the batting, the Staff team were no match for the mighty Year 13s who won the Staff v Sixth Form Rounders match by 9 rounders to 6.5.

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Youth Councillors


The Mayor of Sevenoaks has thanked Walthamstow Hall Sixth Formers and Sevenoaks Youth Councillors Ana, Emily and Charlotte for their role in the recent Commonwealth Day ceremony.

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Jane Austen at Home


Students from Years 11 - 13 'were swept from their seats into the world of Jane Austen and her characters' during the performance of 'Jane Austen at Home' in The Ship Theatre yesterday.

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Staff vs Sixth Form Netball


13 was definitely an unlucky number for the Staff Netball team yesterday as they took on the U19 A team. Despite their best efforts (and blatant cheating) they lost the match 13 - 7.

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Powerful Performances


On Monday evening Year 12 Theatre Studies students performed two incredibly powerful plays, ‘Esther’ and ‘The Father Will See You Now’ which they had written and devised.