78672180 531042630811208 7822592681174892544 oWhat a debate the students had with Hannah O’ Neil – Labour, Ben Everitt – Conservative, Stephen Fulton – Independent, Saleyha Ahsan – Liberal Democrat and Alan Francis – Green Party. Questions were put to the candidates by the students, asking very topical and relevant questions such as; scrapping tuition fees which the majority of the candidates were in agreement with. How would they propose to fu...nd university? As there is an increase in suicides and mental health issues among young people, and what measures are the parties looking to put in place to tackle this? Why are one in five teachers and nurses leaving their profession? Why are we spending pointless money in knocking down The Point, when more could be done for the homeless?
A relevant topic was hit upon with regards to knife and gang culture and hate crimes.
The majority of the audience and some of the candidates had never been to a Hustings, but what an interesting afternoon for all involved with very varied answers to the questions put forward to the candidates from the students.
Students are with Liberal Democrat candidate Saleyha Ahsan

Wednesday 27 November 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Come along to The Venue at Walton High to hear local candidates answer questions from students, staff and members of the public.  Everyone welcome.

Aisha Mir

Liberal Democrats

Hannah O'Neil


Alan Francis

Green Party

Catherine Rose

Green Party

Charlynne Pullen


Saleyha Ahsan

Liberal Democrats

Stephen Fulton


Ben Everitt


Leaves on lineA team of Year 9 students won the Young Engineers challenge 2019 organised by Network rail. They had to compete against other schools to solve problems including designing a coating to reduce the problem of 'leaves on the line' delaying journeys, increasing the risk of accidents and programming robots the complete maneuvers as they moved around a railway track.
Our students really impressed the judges with their innovative solutions, teamwork and co-operation with other schools.
Congratulations James, Luke, Jasmine and Edith.

Students studying GCSE Music from Walton High attended a workshop at Milton Keynes Music Hub Rivers Adult Education Centre, delivered by the professional music ensemble “Making Tracks”. The students listened to traditional Kurdish songs and sang some English Folk songs adding rhythms and call and response. They were also able to try out the instruments that included the Kemenche, a bowed string instrument from Turkey and the Bombo, a drum from Argentina. It was an inspirational afternoon of music making with some haunting lyrical melodies that captivated the hearts and minds of our students

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