Walton High’s students are celebrating impressive results across the curriculum. 71% achieved an A*/A grade or Distinction* in their GCSEs and BTEC qualifications with 35 students gaining the highest grades in 8 or more subjects. The majority of students achieved an A*-C in English and Maths and over 70% of entries attained A*-C in GCSE Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Psychology, Sociology, Art, Music and Textiles.
Among the many outstanding individual performances were: Joseph Webber and Harry Gross with 12A* and 11A* grades respectively. Also celebrating success are Sarah Deacon and Gwen Whidborne with 9A* and 1 A grade each; and Isobel Hanna and Zoe Albon with 7A* grades each and 3 and 2 A grades respectively.Read more...
Post 16 students at Walton High are once again celebrating excellent examination results with the percentage of students gaining the highest grades increasing again this year. There were some outstanding individual achievements including Tom King with 4A* grades which earned him a place to read Natural Sciences at Cambridge, Eleanor Atkinson whose 3A* grades see her going to Oxford to study Chemistry, Alice Marsh with 3A*, Peter Diamond 2A* 2A, Tom Yates and Amy Gillions 2A*AB, Philippa Rosewell 1A*3A, and Peter Carr 4A.
17 subjects had a 100% pass rate with the majority of students gaining A*-B grades in Chemistry, Economics, Geography, Mathematics, Politics and Philosophy. The proportion of A* grades achieved has trebled with over 20% achieving this exceptional standard in Geography and Mathematics.Read more...
As from 21st August all student accounts have been moved into Office 365. The new link to access your email is http://outlook.com/mket.org.uk . To log on you will have to enter your logon name at Walton followed by “@mket.org.uk” and the password you use in school.
Access to the school drives and home folders will be made available to the migrated users in the course of the week.
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