Our third Spanish exchange programme at WH has been the most successful so far. This is what we had hoped this experience would become when we started it in June 2014. It’s thanks to the dedication of parents and students in both countries that has made this programme what it is today. An opportunity to spend time with exchange partners has led to a new approach and motivation to learn languages, enabling students in both countries to use their classroom knowledge in real-life settings.
It was an exciting time for some of the Brooklands students who have formed a project group to help with the design of the new café. Last week a student from each of the Brooklands classes visited the new school site to look at the café layout and discuss their ideas. The next phase will involve the students meeting three different companies to convey their ideas and thoughts regarding the design of the café.
Join Walton High Performing Arts as they travel the world in just one night!
Featuring Music, Dance, Drama and more from countries across the globe, this promises to be a night of entertainment and adventure!
Walton High year 10 Sociology and Psychology students attended the Galleries of Justice for ALD 7 to support their current GCSE work on crime and deviance.
Students enjoyed the opportunity to dress up and participate in a mock trial, as well as explore how punishment methods have changed throughout history. They were able to walk through the old prison cells and police station, as well as look at historical artefacts related to punishment.
The actors that work at the museum really brought the topic to life and students really enjoyed the engagement of the topic material. An enjoyable day was had by students and staff.