Another First place goes to Lizzie Nicholls from year 8, who has made an amazing start to the climbing competition year. Lizzie won her category of the Midlands Youth Climbing Series in Derby on Saturday 18th October with an almost perfect 472 points scored out of a possible 480. She finished in the top ten of all UK climbers in her age group this summer and qualified for the Women's semi finals at Norwich climbing wall in September. She dazzled everyone with an amazing performance to make the final on Sunday evening in front of several hundred people and was thrilled to be climbing against 3 of the British adult UK climbing team. Lizzie finished in 6th place and is still deciding what to spend her prize money on!
Well done Lizzie, who is now competing somewhere in the country every weekend between now and Christmas. Good luck!
YR11 student, Fee Teng Liew, once again showed how good a player she is by being selected by Badminton England for the Sainsbury’s Schools Games in September. These games are a multi-sport event for the UK's elite young athletes of school age.
Still officially an U16, she played for the U17 squad at the four day event in Manchester where England were competing against Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Brazil. 1,600 athletes took part in 12 different sports which all started with an opening ceremony.Read more...
Auditions have taken place for this year’s Walton High production and rehearsals are about to begin. It’s time for Guys and Dolls! Now students and parents can keep up to date with all the latest information, rehearsal times, pictures and ticket info by following us on twitter – just go to http://www.twitter.com/WHGuysAndDolls and send us a follow request!
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