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On Wednesday 14 March, nearly 60 of our Year 13 students presented the findings of their EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) in Myton’s first ever EPQ marketplace event.
Students who undertake the EPQ independently research a topic of their choice and either write a research essay or produce an artefact. Successful examples this year included investigations into: the youth justice system, whether what we observe is real, the role of the media in the England football team’s fortunes, dinosaurs, portrayals of difficult storylines in Eastenders, the captivity of orca whales, medicinal cannabis and several about AI (artificial intelligence), robotics and even quantum computing. (more…)
Well done to George Gutteridge in Year 12 who jumped out of a plane in aid of a good cause on Saturday 11 March. On Saturday 18 March, Haley Cotton, Riya Sharma, Eleanor Bessant, Roxanne Sebastian and Emily Larke will be doing the same at Hinton Airfield for the charity, Young People First. (more…)
The Warwick Apprenticing Charities have funding available for young people who live in the CV34 postcode area to take part in a 19-day Outward Bound Skills for Life course during the summer. The charity covers the full cost of the course which helps young people learn new skills and make new friends while tackling outdoor pursuits. (more…)
Tickets are now on sale for the Sixth Form Summer Ball, which will take place at Ardencote Manor on Thursday 5 July. Tickets are available on ParentPay and cost £35 which includes transport, punch and canapés, two course dinner, coffee and mints.
The organisers need a £15 deposit by Monday 5 February (to secure your place) and the full balance to be paid by Monday 5 March. All payments are non-refundable.
We were delighted to welcome Matt Western, MP for Warwick and Leamington, into school today. He answered questions from our sixth form politics students and had a tour of the school with Mr Perry. As the sitting MP, Matt is the patron of Myton School Board of Governors and we are pleased to have such a close working relationship with him for the benefit of all our students, some of whom are planning to undertake work placements in his constituency office in the new year.
Well done to the U18 football team who beat Alcester 15-0 in the first round of the cup. A great team performance!
Last weekend Lauren Ashbourne in Year 12 had the opportunity to meet German Olympic champion javelin thrower, Thomas Röhler at Loughborough University.
Lauren has enjoyed a lot of success herself at the javelin and discus, winning second place at last summer’s Warwickshire Athletics Championships and going on to represent (more…)
At Myton, we have a number of students who truly excel at music, but who don’t always get the recognition they deserve because much of their activity is out of school through the Warwickshire Music Service.
To put this right, we’d like to give a special mention to Amy Ahearne and Daniel Maughan, both of whom are members of the Youth Wind Band, (more…)
During half term a group of our sixth formers spent 4 days in Rome on a humanities trip. They visited all the major sites including the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Vatican City including the Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica, the iconic Colosseum, the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. (more…)
On Tuesday 3 October we were delighted to welcome back into school former Myton student Taz Kang who came to talk to students about his work at Warwick University.
Taz left Myton in 2014, completed a degree in Psychology and is now embarking on a Masters degree. (more…)