Welcome to Year 7
Y7 is such an important year for our students.
The move to High School holds excitement and challenges as they make the move to us from Primary school. Close liaison is maintained during the Summer term to aid a smooth and positive transition.
Head of Year 7 and Transition
Mrs K Appleby-Towers
|Mr J Charles||7.1 (D)|
|Miss R Weaver||7.2 (H)|
|Miss R Colclough||7.3 (K)|
|Mr J Sammons||7.4 (O)|
|Miss C Purcell||7.5 (D)|
|Mr G Smith||7.6 (H)|
|Mrs S Buckley||7.7 (O)|
Wednesday 13 December 2017
Our technology department held a cooking competition on Thursday 7th December. Well done to all students who participated.
Tuesday 14 November 2017
Various events are going on around school to highlight the anti-bullying campaign including an 'odd socks day' on Monday 13th November.
Friday 10 November 2017
Students and staff gathered for a 'Service of Rmembrance' on Friday 10th November.
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Friday 03 November 2017
Over £300 raised for Macmillan!
Best Dressed Pumpkin
Friday 13 October 2017
SEE MORE! Photos from Thursday 12th October when lots of students entered their dressed pumpkins for the competition. A fantastic display for all to see and a magnificent effort!
Sports Day 2017
Tuesday 18 July 2017
Walton High School Spots Day - An enjoyable day at Rowley Park and an opportunity for our students to compete and shine in mixed athletics and field events at the annual sports day.
Sports Events - Discus & Javelin
Thursday 06 July 2017
Sports day part 1 - Students competed in the discus and javelin events, great effort from all students involved. Results will be combined with remaining events taking place on 12th July - watch this space for more news and house winners soon!
Celebrating 100% Attendance
Wednesday 21 June 2017
Wednesday 27.6.17 Students from all year groups gathered in the Hall to celebrate 100% attendance. Food, drink and ice cream were on offer and balloons, added to the party atmosphere. Mr Finlay gave a resounding speech and congratulated everyone on their achievement.
World Book Day
Friday 03 March 2017
Celebrations for World Book Day included students in years 7, 8 and 9 coming to school in fancy dress. Competition was high as students excelled themselves this year with fantastic costumes including Little Red Riding Hood, Gangsta Granny, Dracula, Mad Hatter - to name but a few. Prizes were awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Turn out this year exceeded previous years. The aim of World Book Day is to encourage children to explore the pleasures of books and reading. We hope this fun day encourages our students to read more and so improve their literacy skills and through books explore the world around them.