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Wallington High School for Girls

Wallington High School for Girls

'A strong learning community. Pupils are proud of their school. The broad curriculum and high prior attainment of pupils lead to strong achievement.' OFSTED 2019

Events and Trips


We are proud of the range of activities and events that we offer at Wallington High School for Girls, all dedicated to developing important skills that complement your daughter’s academic study.

As part of our enrichment programme we dedicate specific days when all students are off timetable to enjoy the varied activities on offer.  This year these days are Wednesday 6 November 2019,  Thursday 12 March and 3 days during the last week of term -  Monday 13 - Wednesday 15 July 2020. 

This year our students will be participating in team building exercises, a Forensic Science Day, a PE visit to Ham, a Shakespeare Bus Tour, a History Walk in London, a Technology Day as well as Gallery and museum visits and much more.

Events and Trips

There are many events and trips that run each year providing further opportunities.  An example of the experiences our students have had this year is detailed below;


  • Maths Challenges
  • Young Enterprise
  • Speak Out Challenge
  • Engineering Education Scheme
  • Gym & Dance Display / Dance Showcase
  • Music Concerts / Competitions
  • Foreign Language Plays
  • Careers Evenings
  • Team Building Days
  • Forensic Science Challenge  
  • Work Experience
  • Take Your Daughter To Work Day
  • Art and DT Exhibitions


  • Annual Ski Trip
  • Theatre Visits
  • Visits to Art Galleries
  • Curriculum Visits in History, Science, Geography, Design & Technology
  • Language Visits to France
  • World Challenge
  • Watersports Day

World Challenge

Each year students take an active role in supporting World Challenge projects which have involved teams visiting Vietnam, Morocco, Croatia, Siberia, Tanzania, Venezuela, Kyrgystan and Montenegro. The trips involve a wonderful mix of adventure, combined with community work projects to support the local initiatives. The next two trips planned involve both Year 11 and Year 12 students who will be visiting Romania and Costa Rica.