Welcome to Myton School
An inclusive school at the heart of our community where no child is left behind. Our core values are:
- Learning for life – Myton community values a love of learning, challenging all to reach their personal and academic potential.
- Preparing for life – To ensure each child succeeds by nurturing ambition, tolerance and resilience.
No child left behind
The outstanding teaching at Myton School, combined with the highest expectations of learning ensure the students are aspirational and are determined to succeed. They can articulate their learning, value the core skills of literacy and numeracy and know precisely what they need to do to improve. Subsequently, progress for all students is outstanding. The curriculum, which moves seamlessly from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 5, both inspires and challenges students who, through being resilient and reflective learners, rise to the challenge. Myton students display respect and tolerance in their interactions, are ambitious both for themselves and for others and are confident in their ability to make a positive difference to themselves and their communities.
Message from Mr Perry
Myton School is a large and exciting organisation where children of all abilities, aptitudes and social backgrounds thrive and achieve. Our community is based upon high expectations of learning and behaviour which is underpinned by our pastoral systems, ensuring all students are individually known and supported.
We know that our students’ potential is virtually limitless and that they can all surpass every expectation if they are confident and ambitious learners, are supported and nurtured by great teaching, and there is a strong partnership between home and school.
As you explore our website, I hope you will gain a flavour of the opportunities on offer at Myton School, both in and out of the classroom, and of the breadth and depth of the education we provide for our children. I am very proud to be the Head Teacher of Myton School and look forward to meeting you in the near future.
Andy Perry, Head Teacher
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