Early close for Open Evening - school will close at 1.20pm on Thursday 23 September in order to prepare for our Open Evening
Tours of the school - click here for dates and to find out how to book
School Photo Day - Wednesday 22 September 2021
Update to Summer Term Dates 2022 - we are now finishing the summer term on the 21st July, a day earlier than previously published, thanks to Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Weald Mock Election
As the country went to the polls in one of the tightest general elections, students at The Weald got involved, experiencing democracy first hand with their own Mock Election on Thursday 8 June.
Mock Elections actively engage students with the democratic process and shows how politics affects their everyday lives.
Students gained hands on insight into how the election works and had the chance to investigate what each of the political parties stood for in this election. Students also had the opportunity to vote for their party of choice. Mr Fry the SMSC Coordinator said "it was interesting to see whether students voted similar to their parents or different. The election gives us a great opportunity to discuss politics first hand, debate what is important to our young people in their communities and establish what is important to them nationally."
The 2017 Mock Election involved all students from year 7 to 12. The results from The Weald Mock Election are below: