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  • Evensong at Canterbury Cathedral

    Published 14/06/17
    On Sunday, the combined choirs of Wellesley and JKS sang evensong at Canterbury Cathedral.  This has become a biennial event and is certainly one to look forward to.
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  • A very special art exhibition

    Published 24/05/17

    On the evening of Friday 17th May Wellesley hosted ‘A very special art exhibition’.

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  • Art Scholar Exhibit

    Published 18/05/17

    Art Scholar work on show at local hotel.

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  • Shooting: 1st VIII v Fathers

    Published 12/05/17

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  • Maths Competition Success

    Published 08/05/17
    Mathematicians from Block 1 and Block 2 went to Sutton Valence School on Thursday for their annual Prep Schools' Maths Competition.  One Under 13 team and two Under 12 teams took on the challenge of solving a series of mind-bending problems
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  • New Headmaster for Wellesley House

    Published 15/11/16

    The new Headmaster of Wellesley House from September 2017 will be Mr Gavin Franklin.

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  • 150th Commemorative Dinner

    Published 01/11/16

    The 150th Commemorative Dinner at The Mansion House, London was a great success.

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  • Team Tim

    Published 06/10/16

    Over a hundred hands shot up as presenter Jo Fox asked the children for volunteers at a special theatre show, to mark World Space Week, on Tuesday morning.

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  • Tate Modern Trip

    Published 30/09/16

    On Tuesday 22nd September, Miss Beaumont and Mrs O’Malley took the current art scholars on an exciting day out to the Tate Modern.

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  • BLOODHOUND Rocket Car Racing

    Published 02/07/16

    Form 2 were very lucky to be chosen to take part in a national competition to race rocket cars as part of the BLOODHOUND Project this term. This global Engineering Adventure is using a 1000mph world land speed record attempt to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The children designed and made an aerodynamic racing car, made from a kit, to race with a micro bit on board to record their race times.

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  • National Women in Engineering Day

    Published 27/06/16

    ‘Girls can’t what?’ stickers were much in evidence at our celebration of National Women in Engineering Day. From Junior House through to Block 2 the girls at Wellesley were joined by 20 girls from local primary and secondary schools. They came away from the event with the thought that they too could become engineers.

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  • Tim Peake contact: a look back

    Published 16/06/16
    A look back at the Principia mission and the contact that 10 schools in the UK had with Tim Peake.      
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