gracespencerbbcAt Walton High we like to take pride in the students who go above and beyond with extracurricular activities, in particular those working towards helping the local community and environment. Grace Spicer (Year 12) is exceptional in this respect and has been taking part in various schemes around Milton Keynes in addition to studying at Post 16.

We asked Grace to elaborate on what she has been up to:

‘As well as studying, I also participate in several activities outside of school. I am proudly a member of the Parks Trust Youth Rangers and the Milton Keynes Youth Cabinet’

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Walton High’s Year 11 Young Enterprise team has won the ‘Overall Best Company’ award and a host of other awards for the fifth consecutive year at the Milton Keynes finals. The team is now through to the regional finals on 10 May in High Wycombe.


Sixteen students from the Walton High’s Walnut Tree campus designed and produced a book about mental health, targeted at primary school aged children. The team carried out market research including a focus group to identify a gap in the market and used ideas gleaned from Year 7 students as input for their final product. Other awards won by the team included best company report and runner up for best presentation. Centre lead, Charlotte East commented “to win five years in a row is an amazing achievement and a reflection of all the hard work that students have put this year and in previous years”.


In total three teams were entered for this year’s finals. Walton High’s Year 12 team won the award for ‘best customer service’ whilst the Brooklands Year 11 Team won the runners up prize for ‘best trade stand’. Congratulations to all students and centre leads who took part in this year’s competition.

YR8 Girls 5 a side Football 2018 19Our Year 8 Girls took on the challenge of retaining their Championship title at the Girls 5 a-side Football Tournament hosted here at Walnut Tree. This is the same tournament that they won last year as Year 7 students.

They came up against some strong teams but managed to win their group and go on to play Lord Grey in the semi-final. Their attitude and work ethic was commendable - winning the game 4-1 which meant they then had to play Oakgrove in the final. 

It was a fantastic final - full of commitment and the passion to win. Through quality build up play, they managed to score their first goal which gave them the belief that they could win the game. Win they did, with a final score of 4-2.

The girls continue to do Walton High and themselves proud in every game and competition in which they participate  and proudly remain champions of the MK Girls 5 a-side  Football Tournament.

Well done to Emily, Annie, Tayla, Elise, Nyanzobe and Amy.

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