Two years ago, Walton High raised £1,400 for Sport Relief. The aim this year was to raise even more, increase awareness of people around the world less fortunate than ourselves and have fun at the same time. We managed to achieve all of these.
“A QUESTION OF SPORT RELIEF”
The week kicked off in a great showbiz way with “A QUESTION OF SPORT RELIEF” in The Venue. Based on the TV show, with “Family Fortunes” incorporated, the two teams were captained by Mr Eyre and Mr Fowkes, each bringing their own inimitable style of humour and swagger. Team Eyre consisted of Miss Alexander, Mr Day and MK Dons striker, Dean Bowditch. Team Fowkes was comprised of Miss Mather, Mr Bates (the glamour of the team) and MK Dons manager, Carl Robinson. The show was compered by Mr Stilton and Miss “Sue Barker” Green.
On Saturday 8th March I was proud to lead a group of Year 8 and 9 students to the Buckinghamshire heat of the National Magistrate’s Mock Trial competition. All who participated were in full costume; smart attire for the legal professionals and appropriate outfits to suit a wide range of characters providing evidence in the trial, including a police officer and 53 year old witness. Below the students provide their insight into the experience and what was gained from participating in such a well-respected competition.Read more...
Upstage Sessions: Please note there will be no sessions until September 2014.
Join Walton High Programming Club, every Thursday after school. By learning to program, you can have a say in how software shapes our world. Plus, programming teaches important reasoning, logic, and communication skills. Click here to find all the resources that will be used at the club's sessions.
The aim of Student Voice is to enhance the quality of life of students and staff from a student perspective.
It hopes to ensure that students' opinions are considered in the day to day teaching, administration and future plans of the School.... more