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Wallingford Tops The Games League Table

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At the time of writing this we are sitting very nicely at the top of the South Oxfordshire school games league, having gained more success in all of the sports activities than all of our rivals.

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Success for Wallingford Chemistry

Wallingford teams have done exceptionally well in in recent Royal Society of Chemistry competitions.

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Lauren Carter 9EH

We are delighted to announce that following a rigorous audition last month, Lauren has been accepted into the world-renowned National Youth Theatre.

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Visit from Olympic Rower Zac Purchase

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As part of an on-going programme to support our talented athletes, Olympic rower Zac Purchase recently visited and spoke to forty of our students.

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Year 8 County Rugby Champions

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The Year 8 Girls are County Rugby Champions!

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Wallingford School Fun Band Trip To Ireland

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This year Derry is the European City of Culture, and Foyle College, is keen for us to play a part in their celebrations, and has invited us to participate in a Jazz evening in Londonderry, Ireland. 

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Cup Final Win for Wallingford School

Year 8 boys won 10-0 against Cheney school in the Oxfordshire County cup final.

5-0 at half time and then 10-0 at full time, played at oxford utd academy. Nice big pitch and the boys played some excellent football.

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La Dolce Vita! 6th Form Rome trip

38 students accompanied five staff on the Sixth Form trip to Rome during the February half term. This busy trip included visits to the Vatican City;

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Gifted news article 2

Alongside the Enrichment Programme, each curriculum area identifies gifted and talented students using subject-specific criteria, and has in place a programme of provision to ensure that these students are fully challenged and achieve their potential.

For example, the mathematics department’s workshops for gifted mathematicians contributed to an impressive 16 students achieving Level 8 (the highest level) in the 2006 SATs. Students are also carefully prepared for the UK Mathematics Challenge. As a result, several students are invited to take part in the British Mathematical Olympiad and the International Intermediate Invitational Mathematics Challenge.

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Wallingford School strives to ensure the development of gifted and talented pupils to their full potential. In addition to enhancing the delivery of the curriculum for pupils on our gifted and talented register, we also ensure that they take full advantage of extra curricular activities provided both in school and by external organisations.

The school uses the national definitions of ‘gifted’ and ‘talented’ pupils. ‘Gifted’ refers to the top 5–10% of pupils in a school deemed to be academically able. ‘Talented’ refers to the top 5–10% of pupils in a school deemed to be able in the fields of Art, Music, Drama and Sport. Once students have been identified, the School involves itself fully in their application for NAGTY and offers whatever support it can to those who are applying.

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