Welcome to the
Junior School

Our Junior School site in Bradbourne Park Road
welcomes girls aged 3 - 11

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We give you thanks for this school…and for those whose care surrounds us now.  We thank you for the opportunities and challenges it offers us, and above all for the friendship we find here.

Walthamstow Hall School Prayer


For over 180 years, Walthamstow Hall, Sevenoaks, has successfully provided the highest quality education for girls from the age of 3 upwards. We define excellence as every child being enabled to find, develop and use their gifts as the person they are to make a difference in the world in which they have been placed.  Just as a tree’s roots determine its fruit, so the foundations of a child’s education shape not only what they know, but who they become.


We create learning opportunities with accessible thresholds, so that all pupils can engage, and high ceilings, so that every pupil aspires to test their limits and take initiative.

In a culture of fearless learning, we deliver a creative and stimulating curriculum which aims to develop and satisfy curiosity.

An education here will provide your child with the opportunity for music, sport, art and a whole range of co-curricular activities, with pupils enjoying their own separate site, as well as benefitting from whole-school facilities, resources and expertise at the Senior School.

We cherish and nurture each pupil, we encourage them to embark on a journey of discovery, and we are here to help her become the best possible version of themself.


Miss Stephanie Ferro, MA (Oxon), MA (Lond)

Like her two predecessors at Walthamstow Hall, Miss Stephanie Ferro, is an alumna of St Anne’s College, Oxford University, and brings 25 years of experience to her role having taught and led pastoral and academic teams at a number of prestigious girls’ schools including Wimbledon High (Deputy Head Pastoral), Lady Eleanor Holles (Senior Assistant Headmistress) and Redland High School (Headmistress). Miss Ferro joined Walthamstow Hall in January 2018.