thumbnail ExamsCongratulations to the following students on their recent music exam success


Yurara Ohno, London College of Music Grade 5 Music Theatre – Distinction

Yurara Ohno Trinity College Grade 2 Piano - Distinction

Emily Chieza, Trinity College Grade 2 Violin - Merit

Monique Harper, Trinity College Grade 1 Violin - Merit

Tathan Dunn, Trinity College Grade 5 Violin - Merit

James Cook, Trinity College Grade 2 Flute - Distinction

Selina Kapaya, ABRSM Grade 3 Cello - Merit

Joseph Logo web Lyrics by Tim Rice and the Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

A Walton High production by arrangement with The Really Useful Group Ltd

5,6,7 February 2020


Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours, this magical musical is full of unforgettable songs including Go, Go, Go Joseph, Any Dream Will Do, Jacob and Sons, Close Every Door To Me and many more. 

Don't miss this exciting production, presented by a cast of talented And exciting Walton High Students.

5 February 7.30pm  buy new 125

6 February 7.30pm  buy new 125

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Guide DogsOn Thursday 12 December, our Health and Social Care Year 10 students welcomed a team of volunteer speakers from Guide Dog UK.

Guide Dog UK is a charity whose ambition is a future where every person with sight loss has the confidence and support they need to live their lives to the full.

Students enjoyed the experience and listened attentively to the life-changing stories made possible by the charity. As I am sure you can imagine, the students especially enjoyed getting to know the dogs that the speakers brought with them.

I would like to say a huge thank you to Alison and her team for kindly taking the time to visit us. We look forward to carrying out some fund-raising activities to support the work you do.

Dementia Tour19

On Wednesday 11 December, our Health and Social Care Year 12 students took part in a Virtual Dementia Tour training course at Milton Keynes Professional Development Centre.

The Virtual Dementia Tour was invented 20 years ago in America, it has been medically, and scientifically proven to be the closest that a person with a healthy brain can be given an experience of what dementia might be like. The idea being, by understanding dementia from the person’s point of view, we can improve the way that they are cared for.

The Year 12 students did the school proud and displayed courage, because walking in the shoes of a person with the disease is scary, intimidating, confusing and can make you feel vulnerable. All students said they learnt a lot from the experience and reported that the course was both useful and informative.

I would like to say a huge thank you to the lady at Milton Keynes Council for helping me to arrange the trip and I would like to thank the company Training2Care.


The PE Department have the following fixtures currently arranged.

Walnut Tree


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