On Wednesday 9th May, Year 10 Business & Economics students attended Warwick University as part of their Business pathway programme. Students received a talk from various Deutsche Bank Economists covering topics such as the origins of money and the day in a life of an investment banker.

Students then got to take part in a group project to create and design a new local amenity that would aid the local community and develop skills for life. Walton High students won this task and got to present their ideas in front of all other schools!

The day ended with various talks from current Business undergraduate students and a Campus tour of Warwick University providing information on the facilities

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Walton High's biggest competition is back! WALTON HIGH'S GOT TALENT 2018

AUDITIONS - Auditions this year will be held on 5, 6 and 7 June - open to all ages, all talents. No need to apply, just turn up and show us what you've got. WATCH the video below for all info...

Auditions take place at lunch-time on 5, 6 and 7 June. At Walnut Tree please go to The Venue (backstage corridor) by 1pm. At Brooklands please go to the Assembly Hall (corridor outside) by 1pm. All auditions will be filmed and everyone will have the chance to vote the following week.

TICKETS - tickets for the FINAL on 12 July will be available to purchase from the box office (Walnut Tree), Student Services (Brooklands) and online at www.thevenuemk.com (available to buy from 18 June) 

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Screen Shot 2018 05 14 at 23.01.47Our YR7 Girls Football team have not only won the MK Schools 5 a-side Tournament this year, but they are now also winners of the MK Schools YR7 Girls Football League.

Defensively, their record this year has been very impressive. They scored 19 goals and conceded none in Pool B , beating Hazeley 4-0, MKA 7-0, Stantonbury 6-0 and Radcliffe 2-0. Following a play-off final against the winners of Pool A, Shenley Brook End School, which resulted in a 3-2 win, they are now MK Schools YR7 Girls Football Champions 2017/18. 

The girls who played a part in the team this year are Aimee Brown, Emily Chieza, Amy Davison, Kaci Deefholts, Elise Dorne-Williams, Fundikira Nyanzobe, Connie Gifford, Ruby-Joyce Harper, Katie Keene, Freya McManus and Tayla Shepherd.

Miss South is very proud that this team has done so well and has praised their work ethic and commitment as a team.

Top goal scorer in all competitions for this season is Fundikira Nyanzobe, who scored a total of 13 goals. Goalkeeper, Emily Chieza, kept a total of 7 clean sheets and Tayla Shepherd also had a great season. Miss South awarded the “Manager’s Player” award to Tayla three times this year.

Well done to all.

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