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  • Cricketing recognition for Wellesley House!

    Published 26/11/18

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  • The Choir in action at Goodnestone

    Published 26/11/18
    Our Choir were delighted to be out in the community on Saturday as they were invited to perform at the Goodnestone Christmas Fair in the beautiful setting of Goodnestone Park Gardens.  Accompanied by a tremendous brass band,
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  • Wellesley House Pre-Prep

    Published 23/07/18

    With a long-held desire to serve the Kent community better, we are delighted to be in a position to make our outstanding education available to children from the very start of their formal education at four.

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  • Sporting Success

    Published 29/06/18

    Wellesley has competed in and been successful in a number of recent sporting events.  Read on for more details.

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  • A Talk on ‘The Waste Land’ by Dr Ian Jones

    Published 08/05/18

    “April is the cruellest month at least according to the poet T. S. Eliot - and most people in Kent would have agreed last Monday, as it was battered by gale force winds and incessant rain.  However, the weather was on cue for a rendition of part of the ‘The Waste Land’ from which the line was taken.  So, on final day of April, Wellesley House played host to a leading Eliot advocate - Dr Ian Jones.  Dr Ian Jones, a former University professor, has spent a considerable amount of time (over the last three years) directing the T S Eliot Reading Group on recitations of The Waste Land, as well as delivering a series of lectures, as a central part of the exhibition - Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’ - which has been running at the Turner Contemporary in Margate, over the last three months. 

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  • Maths competitions

    Published 02/05/18

    A succession of Maths competitions took place the week commencing 23rd of April, with some excellent results from our teams.

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  • Young Writers' Competition

    Published 21/02/18

    Last term JS entered a writing competition, for 7-11 year-olds, with Young Writers, called Toy Stories. The children had to write an adventure for their toy in just 100 words. 

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  • Meet Amy, our new counsellor

    Published 12/12/17

    My name is Amy Nicholson, I am a qualified counsellor and emotional well-being therapist, and a member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).

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  • Youth on the Air (YOTA)

    Published 12/12/17

    A number of pupils participated Youth on the Air on Friday last week. This is a national event to showcase amateur radio communications.

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  • OW Advent Carol Service in London

    Published 11/12/17
    On Thursday, 7th of December, the Wellesley Choir and a few members of staff travelled to London to attend an Old Welleslians Advent Service at st Simon Zelotes in Chelsea. The Choir sang beautifully in this most stunning church. Sam Ashton (Old W
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  • Art trip to The Tate Modern

    Published 04/12/17

    On Friday 1st December, Miss Beaumont and Mrs Nichol, and ten of Wellesley’s keenest artists had a day out at The Tate Modern in London.

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  • The Lion King

    Published 24/11/17

    The Lion King was a phenomenal success.

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