Comedian Jason Cook has launched a year long project to establish a Theatre Company, here, at Walker Technology College. To read the full story click here
On Tuesday 12th July, Year 7 were taken off timetable for the day so they could be involved in Walker Technology College’s STEM day (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). Students took part in an array of different activities ranging from bread baking to tower building. The day was a great success and the students, whilst enjoying themselves, had a chance to see why STEM is important.Click Here to see photos
A Level Results Day - 18 August 10am
GCSE Results Day - 25 August 10am
If students are unable to collect their results in person, they may nominate a parent/carer to pick them up on their behalf but the nominated person must be able to provide a letter of permission signed by the student.
A massive congratulations to WTC's YEAR 10 tennis team for coming 2nd in a National tennis tournament held at Roehampton tennis centre, London. Click here to view our pictures.
Walker’s annual PE Awards took place last week demonstrating what a fantastic selection of athletes we have here at WTC. The fantastic evening was well attended by the nominees and their families and saw our students recognised for their outstanding contribution to PE over the past year. Congratulations to all our nominees and winners. Click here to see who was successful on the evening.
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We are an 11-19 all ability College built upon a starting premise that everyone is made to feel welcome, safe and supported at Walker Technology College. We are an inclusive community that believes in maintaining strong partnerships with parents/carers and students to ensure that our learners thrive in a secure and stimulating environment. We are committed to providing a quality education where the individual is valued and respected.
Our College community is tolerant and respectful of the rich cultural diversity in Walker. We provide students with the skills and knowledge they need for a life after education. Our students graduate from the College with a sense of self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence. We promote a climate in which young people feel safe and secure. Our students learn the essence of what is right and wrong and they are encouraged to accept personal responsibility for their role within their community. We foster an environment of tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions by enabling students to acquire an appreciation of, and respect for, their own and other cultures and celebrate the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect.
High standards of dress, behaviour and achievement are at the core of our College, with no excuses. Together we celebrate our unique and longstanding traditions that promote opportunities for memorable curriculum to leave a lasting impression on all our stakeholders.