THE RESULTS ARE IN! - with almost 1000 votes the finalists have been decided! Check out the video below to find out who your finalists are, then get yourself some tickets to see the final on 12 July!

1. Watch the video below to find out who's in the final!

2. Buy your tickets to see the final (12 July): CLICK HERE (or visit the box office at Walnut Tree and Student Services at Brooklands)


New poetry from aspiring writer, Year 7 student Ayza Tahir from 7x4.  We hope you enjoy her poetry and we look forward to reading more of her work in the future.

  • LIFE
  • Thatshim
  • brighter
  • future
  • minds
  • truelove

photocomp2018We are pleased to announce the details for the 2018 photography competition.  The competition has two categories – Portraits and Reflections.  On this page you will find a brief outline of the types of photography that could be included, these categories are open to your interpretation and we look forward to viewing a diverse range of images. 

Photographs that portray people, expressing the personality and identity of the subject – this could include portraits of friends & family members, self-portraits, portraits of people in their surroundings, the images could be formal, posed or informal and candid.

Photographs of reflections of any object, person, animal or location framed in an interesting way. Reflections can be recorded through water, mirrors or any shiny and reflective surface - be as creative as possible with your composition to pick out shapes, colours and textures.

Age Groups

Under 13’s / Under 16’s / 16 +

Closing date 9 July 2018
• Entries can be black & white or colour.
• A maximum of 2 photographs can be entered in each category


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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


The PE Department have the following fixtures currently arranged.

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