Next Thursday, Walhampton School goes to the polls in the much anticipated mock election. Mr Clarke is joined by candidates Luke Kingsbury (Best for People’s Party) and Cameron Ward (Ecoelect Party), along with party organiser Erik Alphin (Amethyst Party) and independent commentator Hugh McIlroy. Questions provided by Scott Grocott. Remember to vote on Thursday 12th December!
Songs and speeches from around the world To celebrate European Day of Languages. On this week’s episode we are celebrating the variety of languages you can hear around our school.
Listen to find out all about ‘Outdoor Movie Night’ on Friday 17th May.
We will be holding a fun movie night next Friday for all Prep School pupils. This is likely to be a sing-a-long musical and if dry/warm will be held on the bank/amphitheatre by the small lake or if wet/cold in the PAC. If it looks as if we will be outdoors please remember to send your children in with a warm top/coat and a rug to sit on.
There is a charge of £5 per child, to include entry and popcorn, which will be added to your end of term invoice
Year 5 have written their own scripts based on the cyclops scene in The Odyssey. This episode is part 3 of 3.
Happy Valentine’s Day. Today’s show is a recording of the song Stand by Me. Performed during Friday Chapel Service in February 2019
Year 6 spent the day learning about the planets, robotics and hands-on science.
A radio advert for our school uniform shop. By Alice and Albert in Year 7
A fictional interview performed by Phoebe in Year 7 with former pupils Georgie and Connor. This was created for a Classics project.
In today’s episode Mr. Morris is joined by Year 7 pupils Jose and Mauro. The boys discuss their experience learning away from home, the benefits and opportunities of making friends with other children from around the world, and the differences between UK and Spanish schools.