Before you race into our latest newsletter, take a good look at this phenomenal hand drawn cover art by Daniel Snellgrove (Year 9), featuring a number of activities from the last two terms - see if you can recognise them all! Then spring into over 40 pages of Wallingford School action...
For the musically minded, we have Ms Hammond's review of Spring Concert, plus some dates for your diary. Then read Peter Fegyveres Nagy's experience at playing his own piano composition in Milan at this year's Yamaha European Young Composers Concert. But don't just read it, be sure to follow the link to watch Peter actually performing!
Art gets up Close and personal with some unusual and highly effective self portraits in the style of Chuck Close.
Our languages teachers show just how far you can go with knowledge of foreign languages - all around the world, it seems (though all roads eventually lead to Wallingford School...)
On the same topic of going back to school, some of our Year 7 and 8 students went back to their primary school at Brightwell to share what they have learned in STEM subjects.
At the other end of the year groups, 6th formers go to ILYMUN to attempt to fix the world's problems. Meanwhile, Design Technology fixes a new gate for St Laurence Primary School, and Stars students get a trip to Silverstone and Stratford-upon-Avon. Speaking of the Bard's hometown, we have three articles on Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing... and masks!
There's plenty more on careers, Blackstone Library, PI day, sports reviews and, of course, the latest House News.
Have a Happy Easter!