Learning Academies Visit

Just a short note to thank you all for the very warm welcome that Learning Academies has received at your school. We are delighted that Walton on the Naze is an Associate School and we have already enjoyed meeting a number of your pupils at our Learning Academies on a Monday afternoon.

For those that missed the letter earlier in the term, Learning Academies offers high quality and affordable small group tuition for children and young people between the ages of 5-18 years, covering areas such as confidence building, Maths, English, SATS Support, 11+ Coaching.

Netball News

The girls played in a local schools netball tournament held on 5th March at Clacton Coastal Academy. 12 schools took part.

We won our group, after beating 5 other teams. Then we played Cann Hall in the semi-final, and won 3-2. This meant we were through to the final against Brightlingsea. It was 2-2 at full time so we had to go to ‘golden goal’, so who ever scored first would win. Brightlingsea scored first meaning we came second.

Boys Football Champions

For the last couple of months we have been representing our school in football. Lately we have played 7 important matches. We won all of our matches and had one match forfeited, making us champions of our league. Also on the 16th May we are playing Cann Hall School in the final that could continue…

Netball Team Win the League

The talented netball girls meet every Thursday afternoon which takes place at Walton Primarv School from 3pm to 4pm.The netball club is for years 5/6 girls only and is instructed by Miss Thorpe.

The girls played 7 matches, they won 6 and on the 7th match they drew, bringing back 1st place in the league!

Sport Relief Day

On Sport Relief day, Walton school raised money for Sport relief. The School Council members sold Sport Relief wristbands for £1 on the school gate in the morning. Because of the special situation we were allowed to wear our wristbands for one week. We were allowed to wear sporty clothes on Sports Relief day and bring in 50p…

Numbers Day

On Numbers Day, we raised money for the NSPCC. We were allowed to wear non-uniform for a donation of 50p. Our clothes had to have numbers on them, for example a football shirt, or we were allowed to wear our onesies. In assembly we had a number quiz which was the children against the teachers.…