Rowing Success!

Rowing Success!

COMPUTER SCIENCE WEEK

COMPUTER SCIENCE WEEK

Road Safety Demonstration

Road Safety Demonstration

Mock Results Evening for Year 11

Mock Results Evening for Year 11

sandybealeOn Monday 22 January Walton High welcomed Bass player Sandy Beale, Yamaha artist, ACM tutor. Sandy worked for many years on tour with One Direction.

Year 10 GCSE students and guitarists from the school asked some really pertinent questions about Bass playing and the Music industry, in what was an interactive and visual display.

Sandy, fresh off the train from London, even ironed his shirt in the staffroom much to the amusement of staff. A true musician, Sandy represented all that was involved with a gigging musician. He opened up the eyes of our students with his extraordinary bass playing, even taking requests at the end of the workshop, all of which he took in his stride.

The workshop was arranged as a result of our successful collaboration with Yamaha Music UK and we look forward to welcoming more artists in the future.

u16 girlsMiss Ingram took our U16 Girls Dodgeball team to the MK Schools Tournament at MK Academy with a determination to prove themselves to be just as good as our U14 and U16 Boys teams who have both won their respective tournaments in recent weeks. Their determination paid off and the girls are now MK Schools U16 Girls Dodgeball Champions 2017/18.

They put in a spirited performance that could not be bettered by any other school there and were worthy winners.

The players voted for Grace Smith for the Players’ Player award. Miss Ingram gave the Player of the Tournament award to the only YR10 girl in the team, Kamile Macijauskaite.

The team were Deria Okang, Jemima Walker, Natalie Low, Grace Smith, Hamida Dady, Charlotte Folkes, Lola Adesanya and Kamile Macijauskaite.

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