Screen Shot 2018 01 21 at 19.09.06Mr Eyre took the Boys U16 Dodgeball team to MK Academy for the MK Schools Tournament and managed to emulate the success of our U14 Boys by also becoming Champions of the 2017/18 season.

They won every game without losing a single leg, confirming superiority over all opposition.

The team was Kieron Eriksson, Archie Perry, Jack Perry, Jack Farrell, Benji Gray, Badis Boudellioua and Hayden Ashall who all performed brilliantly.

dodgeballchamp17 18largeOur U14 Boys Dodgeball team went to the MK Schools Tournament with Miss Ingram and won it in emphatic style. They had to play all the other schools there and won 10 (out of a possible 12) legs of two minute long Dodgeball games.

Our team were a real mix of sizes, proving that not just the biggest and strongest win at Dodgeball. Dodgeball is fast and furious, but also a very tactical game, if played in the right way.

Miss Ingram was extremely happy with all of them for their enthusiasm, team work and desire to win. She awarded Juon Ohno “Player of the Tournament” for his outstanding ability to catch the ball and launch himself in all directions!

The team were Juon Ohno, Ahmad Dawas, Callum Elias, Romano Cinquemani, Jamie Estick, Will Crombleholme and Francis Ashley. They are pictured at the end of the tournament with their certificates.

roadsafe20182On Wednesday 17 January the BBC and a team from MK21 visited Walton High to record a Road Safety Demonstration for BBC Look East.  The demonstration involved five of our students wearing a virtual reality headpiece to demonstrate the risks involved in crossing a main road whilst using a mobile phone.  The BBC wanted to record the students’ reactions to the video and gathered their thoughts afterwards.  Our students roadsafe20183expressed what they witnessed, how they felt and what they learnt with confidence and in an incredibly articulate way – not an easy task when the BBC are asking you questions on the spot!

There was a very important message taken from the demonstration and it is one that we would like to repeat to our students, as we have done on regular occasions.  It is so important that you are aware of your surroundings when walking along a road. Don’t be distracted by your phone and always stay alert. 

At present, we don’t have an official airing date, but if you visit the website and our social media pages over the coming few days and weeks we will broadcast the date and time so you can tune in and watch our students shine.

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