Trinity Essay Competitions

There are several essay prizes which can be a great opportunity for students to stretch themselves and explore a topic which interests them, while practising the research and essay writing skills that they will need at university. There’s still time to enter Girton’s Humanities Writing Competition, Peterhouse’s History, Science and English prizes, Corpus Christi’s Biochemistry and Chemistry prizes, Newnham’s Virginia Woolf essay prize (for girls only) and St Peter’s (Oxford) Philosophy essay competition.

 There are some new prizes to enter too – Trinity College has just opened entry for several essay competitions:

• The Robson History Prize offers a choice of 94 questions, from Beowulf and the Crusades to American Civil Rights and TV historians, so there really is something for everyone. Details can be found at www.trin.cam.ac.uk/index.php?pageid=680 and the deadline is May 31st.

• The R.A. Butler prize in Politics and International Relations offers students the scope to use historical and contemporary examples to address political and moral questions such as ‘In what ways does money shape American politics?’ and ‘Is inequality a moral ill, or simply a fact of life?’ Questions and an application form can be downloaded from www.polis.cam.ac.uk/dept/butlerprize.html. The deadline is June 1st.

• The Prize for Philosophy or Religious Studies includes far-reaching and contentious questions including: ‘Do Christians, Muslims and Jews worship the same God?’ and ‘Can we make any sense of the idea of deadly sins?’ The deadline is May 31st and, again, details can be found at: www.trin.cam.ac.uk/index.php?pageid=696.

 All three competitions carry a first prize of £600 and a second prize of £400, to be split between the winning candidate and their school.

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BBC School Report 2012

This year’s School Report is set to be bigger and better than ever, so why not join in? Check out the dedicated webpage at

www.waltonhighschoolreport.wordpress.com .

In an ambitious year we’re planning on completing a video broadcast, a radio broadcast and keeping you up to date through our blog and twitter feed @WHSchoolReport or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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A Night Of The Classics

February 10th saw Walton High Performing Arts present the first ever Night Of The Classics at The Venue.

Featuring classical Music, Drama and Dance the evening proved to be a huge hit. Hosted by Sharon Alexander and Melvyn Letts the show featured high class acts such as stunning solos from Joshua Atkinson, Peter Neale, Anthony Nevin, Ruth Parsons and Abi Taylor. The audience also enjoyed a beautiful Opera piece from music teacher Amy Ryan accompanied by John Croker. Groups took to the stage with the Brass Ensemble and the Walton High Orchestra filling the theatre with their sound. Dance was represented by Upstage Juniors adorable ‘Nutcracker’ and a senior take on ‘Rite of Spring’. But the true highlight of the evening had to be Walton High’s adaptation of ‘Carmen’, A highly stylised, colourful and high energy take on Bizet’s classic full of emotion and excitement.

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