Results Days 2018

Thursday 16th August 2018
A Level Results Day

Thursday 23rd August 2018
GCSE Results Day

Collecting Your Art Work

Students who wish to collect their A Level and GCSE fine art, textiles and photography work can do this between 17th and 21st September 2018.

Students should email their teacher a day before collection.

Further details are on our Creative and Visual Arts page.

Upcoming Events

Thursday 23rd August
GCSE Results Day

Thursday 23rd August
10:30am – 12:30pm
Summer Pastoral Pop-in 3
Please visit our Pastoral Care page

Monday 3rd September
Inset Day

Tuesday 4th September
Term 1 begins for Years 7 & 12

Wednesday 5th September
Term 1 begins for Years 8 – 11 & 13

Thursday 6th September
Whole School Photographs

News and Updates

Letter to Parents of New Year 11 Students
Download

Our Summer Newsletter Hearts of Walderslade
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Summer Holiday Work
Summer work for new Year 11 and 13 students
is now accessible via our Upper School page

New School Day Timings
Letter and Details

Collecting Your Art Work – Details
Please visit our Creative and Visual Arts page

Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome to Walderslade Girls’ School, a medium sized, friendly and family oriented all-girls High School located in the Medway town of Chatham. We are a Specialist College for the Arts and place great emphasis on creative teaching to inspire our pupils’ learning across the curriculum. We value creative subjects within our specialism which includes fine art, textiles, photography, sculpture, drama, dance, music and musical theatre, alongside a full and diverse academic curriculum. We cater for girls of all abilities from the most able to those who perhaps struggle with aspects of their learning. We are a fully inclusive school where every child is valued and known as an individual and where every child is viewed as unique and special with talents and gifts of their own; strengths are identified and nurtured so that our girls blossom and develop into confident and successful young women.

I am very proud to lead such a wonderful community of pupils and dedicated highly qualified staff, many of whom are long serving to the school. There is something very special about the atmosphere that pervades the school and that strikes so many people when they come to visit. It is quite indescribable but leaves one with a sense of warmth, calmness, a quiet sense of purpose and, above all, togetherness. I warmly invite you to come and visit us to experience this for yourself.

Dr F Campbell