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    • Students take part in Jack Petchey’s “Speak Out” Challenge workshop.


      26 Year 10 students have taken part in Jack Petchey’s “Speak Out” Challenge workshop.

    • West Hatch High School Dance Show presents 'The Bright Lights of Broadway'


      West Hatch High School's Dance Show saw students take their audiences to the 'Bright Lights of Broadway'. 

    • Students from the University of Cambridge visit West Hatch


      Three students from the University of Cambridge visited West Hatch High School to speak to students in Years 7 to 11 about university life.

    • Students are top spellers


      West Hatch High School student Ashwin Sureshan has reached the national finals of the Spelling Bee in French.

    • Students attend 'medicine carousel'


      Ten students in Year 9 to Year 12 at West Hatch High School, Chigwell, took part in a 'medicine carousel' in London when they met experts from various fields of medicine.

    • Under-16 Basketball Team win the District Cup


      West Hatch High School's Under-16 basketball team have won the district cup after a hard-fought 33-32 victory against St Mark's School.


       

    • Student cooks way into District Final of Young Chef competition


      A Year 10 student at West Hatch High School is through to the district final of the Rotary International Young Chef competition after wowing judges with her two-course menu choice.

    • Students donate hair to children's charity


      Two West Hatch High School students have donated their hair to be used to make wigs for children suffering from cancer.

    • Christmas Jumper Day raises £935 for Save the Children


      A total of £935 was raised by West Hatch High School when it held its annual Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save the Children.

    • Prince Sikiru named Player of the Tournament at Under-12s World Futsal Cup


      West Hatch High School footballer receives Player of the Tournament trophy for Under-12s World Futsal Cup

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