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This summer’s Eurocamp organised by the town councils of Warwick, Saumur, Verden, and Formigine is going to be in Verden, Germany between 17-31 July 2019.
Warwick are hoping to send 4 young adults aged 16-21 from the CV34 area. Anyone participating will only need to pay their own personal expenses (pocket money) as the travel, accommodation and food is all covered by the councils of the participating towns.
On Wednesday 4 July we welcomed a group of lecturers from Shaanxi Xueqian Normal University to Myton School. The day involved a tour of the school, observing lessons and meeting with sixth form students. Together they discussed education and gained a valuable insight into the differences between our educational systems. It was a wonderful opportunity to showcase all that Myton has to offer as a secondary school in the local community. The visitors were only in England for very short visit organised through Warwick University, and the opportunity to visit a secondary school was to them of immense value and importance. (more…)
Well done to the team of sixth form skydivers who raised an impressive £3,536 for the local charity Young People First. The money goes to support the work they do helping young people with mental health problems, young people who are living in care and young people living in deprived areas.
A big pat on the back to George Gutteridge, Haley Cotton, Riya Sharma, Eleanor Bessant, Roxanne Sebastian, Emily Larke and Nathan Lines.
We’re delighted to announce that our new Sixth Form Senate has been appointed. Standing for Senate is a great opportunity for personal development and gives students the chance to represent the school, and also to gain some valuable organisation skills, working with staff to deliver whole-school events like the Year 6 Induction Day. (more…)
Three of our talented A level German students were lucky enough to spend two weeks working in our twin town of Brühl recently in order to hone their speaking skills and experience first-hand the life and culture in Germany. They worked with young children in nursery or day care and stayed with families which they found to be both enjoyable and valuable. (more…)
Our Year 12 Physics students visited Liberty Engineering in Leamington this week for a tour of the business and a chance to say thank you for supporting them with their recent engineering project.
The project was for the Engineering Education Scheme (EES) (more…)
On Wednesday 23 May, our Year 13 students held their annual tea party to say thank you and goodbye to all the staff who have taught and supported them during their time at Myton.
“This has been a fabulous year group,” said Head of Sixth Form Dr Hunt. “They have achieved so much in their time at Myton and we wish them every success in the future.” (more…)
Huge congratulations to Callum Jubber in Year 13 (pictured second row from front, far right), who was part of the winning Coventry Blaze U20 Team competing last weekend in the National Ice Hockey Finals in Sheffield.
The match against Scottish league winners Fife Falcons, finished 4-0 to Coventry Blaze, making them the GB champions for U20s Ice Hockey. A fantastic result!
A great game of football saw Myton Sixth Form beat Alcester Grammar 4-2 in the cup final on Wednesday 9 May. Myton led 2-0 at half time, with goals from Ross Nelson & Jamie Ford, but were pegged back to 2-2 just after the start of half time. Two further goals from Jamie and Ross sealed the victory.
Leila O’Hara in Year 12 spent the weekend of 28-29 April volunteering in Calais with the refugee crisis charity, Care4Calais alongside teachers and students from Warwickshire. The teacher and student delegation from Warwickshire took over £1,500 and many items on the charity’s ‘much needed’ list. (more…)