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Radio Weald...

...is The Weald School's own radio station. It was started in 2004 and, unlike many other school radio stations, is run exclusively by the students.

We broadcast every weekday lunchtime during the school term, from 12:50-13:20.

World Book Day

This year's World Book Day was on Thursday 1 March. We broadcast two short stories split into six episodes throughout the day, with Mr Woodman introducing the event during morning registration.

All of the episodes can be played direct from our World Book Day 2018 page, including the head's introduction.

New 'listen again' feature is live!

Click here to listen to past Radio Weald broadcasts

Tell your friends - it's tinyurl.com/radiowealdagain

Contact the team direct with your song requests and shoutouts using this form!

How do I join?

If you'd like to get involved, simply fill in the form to the right.

To find out more, please click 'The Team' tab and/or have a chat with Mr Long at any break or lunch time.

Please note you must be logged into your school account via schoolsmartportal.com in order to complete this form as it is only available to students at The Weald School.

2016 Radio Weald Promo.mov

We broadcast online every day of the school year during lunch, from 12.50-1.20 p.m.

We also run special broadcasts at the end of each term and to tie in with school events such as Sports Day.

FM Broadcasts

At the end of each school year we broadcast all day Mon-Fri on 87.7FM as well as our usual online stream.

With advances in technology we're now able to extend this broadcast into the evening, meaning you can listen at home after a long day at school!

m3online

Radio Weald is based in M3 at The Weald. Click here to visit our sister page, tinyurl.com/m3online.

Student Technicians

Interested in the technology behind Radio Weald.? The Student Technician programme is for you.

Check it out here - tinyurl.com/studenttechnicians