Tug of War Triumph

Tug of War Triumph

15/10/2021

House events were back with an almighty roar today. Following the excitement of Wally Hall's first House Bake Off, students and teachers enjoyed a BBQ outside the Sports Centre before…

Star Baker

Star Baker

15/10/2021

In preparation for this afternoon's House Tug of War Wally athletes were fuelled with a finely balanced diet of brightly coloured icing, buttercream and sponge courtesy of our inaugural House…

Awe-inspiring Work

Awe-inspiring Work

14/10/2021

Many congratulations to 2016 leaver and junior doctor Chanelle Smith, whose awe-inspiring work helping others has been recognised with two recent accolades: the FACE Pius Adesanmi Memorial Student Award for…

Medical Society

Medical Society

13/10/2021

Our new Medical Society heard direct from Sheffield University staff and students this week about what they need to do to be offered a place to study medicine or dentistry.…

Harvest Help

Harvest Help

12/10/2021

A big thank you to Senior School families for all the food supplies generously sent in for our Harvest Collection on Monday. We have delivered it all to local charity…

Kent Schools’ Relay

Kent Schools’ Relay

11/10/2021

Firstly, congratulations to Emily in Year 7 who has been selected for the 11 year old Development Pathway Camp by the Kent County Swimming Association. Well done Emily.   Walthamstow…

Raising the Bar

Raising the Bar

06/10/2021

"Preparation is key; I always prepare the reverse case as well as I do my own", smiled the head of Employment Law at Thackray Williams, Emma Thompson. The local law…

Artistic inspiration

Artistic inspiration

04/10/2021

Year 7 have been absorbing visual inspiration at Kew Gardens. They are spending the day making sketches and taking photographs of tropical and temperate plants, which they will use as…

Winning Swimming

Winning Swimming

29/09/2021

We hosted our first school swimming match in more than 18 months on Tuesday. Swimmers from Years 5, 6, 7 and 8 raced against Dulwich Prep. The students performed exceptionally…