Our Senior instrumental ensemble is playing ‘Star of Bethlehem’ by John Williams. It’s one of his beautifully, haunting tunes from the classic Christmas movie, ‘Home Alone’. In the absence of a full school orchestra this term, this ensemble was put together especially for this occasion and features our music scholars in Years 7 and 8, along with some help from some promising musicians in Year 6.
Jennifer in Year 7 produced her own Christmas truce radio broadcast for her History project on World War 1.
Year 6 children have been creating their own sound effects in their drama classes. Can you guess which sounds are either a haunted house, rain or a spooky castle?
Thank you to the parents who sent in questions for Jonny Timms, who will become Walhampton’s new Head in January 2021. In this short recording, Jonny hopes you will get a sense of his vision to use Walhampton’s strong ethos and spectacular location as a foundation to build on the outstanding all-round education it offers.
You can also watch this as a video here.
6.2b English have been exercising their powers of persuasion. Here are their adverts for entirely useless products such as a sealed wineglass, a fork with a chain handle or a pet rock.
Year 7 bubble choir singing “Almost there” from Disney’s Princess and the frog.
Join us each half term for The Eco Show with class 6W. This week we are asking how eco-friendly are you
Find out if you’re a keen-bean, green machine or if you need a few more tips to help you along!
Welcome back to Walhampton School Stag Radio. To start the term Year 6 children have some top jokes to tell you.
Year 6 have been looking at mouth-watering food writing inspired by the brand new book ‘The Botanical Kitchen’ by Elly McCausland. Here are their sensational descriptions of their favourite foods… if your tummy isn’t rumbling now then it definitely will be after you’ve listened to these!
Listen to the the brilliant Year 6 performing ‘Count on Me’ from their homes. You can also watch as a video by following the link below: