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    • Deputy catering manager retires

      A cook who helped prepare more than 1.3 million hot school dinners during her near three decades at West Hatch High School, Chigwell, has retired.

    • Year 7 carol service

      The whole of Year 7 at West Hatch High School attended a special Christmas service at St Paul’s Church, Woodford Green, to celebrate the festive period.


    • Student receives 'best individual performance' award at MP's debating competition

      Year 11 West Hatch High School student Dylan Panesar received the 'best individual performance' award at the Epping Forest Schools Parliamentary Debating Competition.


    • Christmas Jumper Day

      Students and staff at West Hatch High School, Chigwell, raised about £1,000 for Save the Children when they took part in Christmas Jumper Day on Friday (December 13).

    • Schools holds Sixth Form open evening

      Hundreds of prospective West Hatch High School Sixth Form students and their parents attended the school's Sixth Form Open Evening (Wednesday, November 6). 


    • More than 1,000 visitors at Year 7 open evening

      More than 1,000 people attended West Hatch High School's Open Evening on Thursday 26th September.

    • Students compete in British Biology Olympiad

      Twelve Year 12 students at West Hatch High School took part in the Royal Society of Biology's British Biology Olympiad.

    • Boys crowned basketball champions

      The boys team at West Hatch High School has won the Year 7 West Essex and Harlow Basketball tournament.

    • School team set for MP's debating competition

      West Hatch High School will be among the eight schools battling it out at this year's Epping Forest Schools Parliamentary Debating Competition being held by Epping Forest MP Dame Eleanor Laing.

    • West Hatch High School "exceptionally proud" of GCSE results

      Students at West Hatch High School were celebrating their GCSE examination results today with the vast majority enrolling into the school’s Sixth Form.

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