Sixth Form Newsletter

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Jack Hart receives Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award

Congratulations to Jack Hart in Year 13 who has recently been presented with his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award at Buckingham Palace.

As part of his award, Jack raised over £500 doing the Tour de Yorkshire in memory of his granddad. During the training for this event, he came off his bike and broke both his arm and his leg but remained undeterred to complete the challenge! (more…)


Fundraising for Cyclone Idai

Thank you for all the contributions so far for the sixth form fundraising activities to support those affected by Cyclone Idai. This will continue after Easter in Lower School Reception as follows:

  • Whole school raffle – tickets cost 50p (or £2 for a strip) and are on sale Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday break and lunch (prize draw for £15, £10 & £5 Amazon vouchers).
  • Guess how many sweets are in the jar – 30p a go – Wednesday at break.
  • Chocolate/sweet tombola – 30p per go (or 4 for £1) – Wednesday at break.

Join Myton’s Eco Team

Would you like to make real changes in school and the wider community to reduce our impact on the environment? Well here’s your chance. Myton’s Eco Team are looking for new members. They meet every week 1 lunchtime in S5 and students from all year groups, including sixth form, are welcome. This is a chance to do something good as well as an opportunity to add to your CV. Our first aim is to get ‘ecoschool’ status for Myton. Mr Hobbs and the rest of the team look forward to seeing you after Easter.


Sixth Form life skills

Our sixth formers attended two separate sessions this week as part of their programme of enrichment. One group experienced a hard-hitting presentation by the Warwickshire Fire Service on road safety and another got stuck into some practical first aid training. Both sessions were incredibly useful and may even prove life-saving.




Sixth Form Road Safety Awareness

This week, our Year 12 students attended a Road Safety session run by Warwickshire County Council. They discussed the common distractions and other factors that can lead to car accidents and were able to experience a simulation of an accident through 360 headsets. This was a really important session and, although hard hitting and difficult, we hope it will cause students to stop, think and act safely when they are out and about in cars.


French students celebrate Mardi Gras

Mr Stone and his Year 12 language students celebrated Mardi Gras on Tuesday 5 March by making ‘les crêpes’ and writing up their recipes in French. Ooh la la!


Sixth Form Fundraising Week Raises £500+

Well done to all the sixth formers involved in this week’s fundraising activities. They have raised over £500 with a range of activities including: Valentine’s Bingo, staff car washing, Valentine’s Day rose delivery, I’m a Celebrity eating challenge, plus a red/pink-themed non uniform day.

All the money raised goes towards the Year 13 Leavers’ Ball at Ardencote Manor on 4 July 2019.


Sarah publishes first novel

Sarah Hinks in Year 13 has completed and self-published her first novel, Galex, a science fiction fantasy in which supreme galactic overlord, Galex’s hedonistic lifestyle is shattered when a mysterious force from his past re-emerges.

Sarah, an English Language A level student and a keen reader and librarian, has written the novel as part of her Extended Project Qualification. If anyone would like to read it, there is a copy available in the school library. Well done Sarah on this fantastic achievement!


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