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    • PE Successes

      Please see below successes from the PE department.

    • Students attend World of Work conference

      A group of Year 10 students from West Hatch High School attended the recent YES Partnership’s 'World of Work' Conference at the Marriott Hotel, Waltham Abbey.


    • West Hatch High School students attend #consequences session

      Year 9 students at West Hatch High School had the privilege of a drop-down morning provided by Epping Forest District Council.


    • West Hatch High School GCSE PE students undergo fitness tests

      Twenty-nine Year 11 PE students at West Hatch High School undertook a day of fitness tests when they visited Lea Valley Athletics Centre.

    • Sixth Form students visit UK University and Apprenticeship Fair

      More than 100 West Hatch High School Sixth Form students attended the UK University & Apprenticeship Search Fair at the Emirates Stadium, London, on Friday.

    • School holds Year 6 Open Evening

      West Hatch High School opened its doors to prospective students on Thursday evening with more than 1,000 visitors at the school.

    • Students cheer on England at Wembley

      Twenty-five West Hatch High School students were at Wembley Stadium on Saturday to help welcome back the England football team after their World Cup success.

    • Students celebrate GCSE success

      Students at West Hatch High School have again performed exceptionally well at GCSE level, following on from a long line of successful year groups before them.

    • A-Level success is down to "huge amount of dedication from staff and students"

      West Hatch High School is delighted to share the excellent results achieved by its Sixth Form students this year. 

      Half of grades awarded were A* to B, 79 per cent were grades A* to C and an overall pass rate of 98 per cent.

    • Prom Photos

      Prom photos are now available to view online.

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