Weekly News

Fri 16 Feb 18

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Head Teacher's Message

Head Teacher

Dear Parents and Carers

Well done to all those students who received merit certificates in assemblies this week. Students received either a bronze (25 merits), a silver (50 merits) or a gold (100 merits) award. You will have seen in your child’s pocket diary that each week they receive a sticker showing the running total of merits. For all students who haven’t yet received a certificate, there is still the opportunity to work towards it when they come back to school next half term.

We’ve seen some great work in school this week. Our Year 11 Food Preparation and Nutrition students have been doing their GCSE controlled assessments. These assessments are a chance for students to show off their skills and knowledge. I’m sure you’ll agree, these dishes look delicious and wouldn’t look out of place in a restaurant setting. (more…)


Chess Club Returns After Half Term

If you are interested in learning to play chess or just want to improve or practise your skills, the Chess Club will be returning after half term to the LRC on a Tuesday afternoon from 3.15pm until 4.30pm. The club will be run by a volunteer Sixth Former under the supervision of Mrs Thompson.

Message from Safeguarding Team

Our Safeguarding Team would like to draw parents’ attention to this article published by the BBC on social media and childhood depression: Is social media causing childhood depression?

The article includes these useful pointers for parents: (more…)

Ski Trip – deadline extension

We have extended the deposit deadline for the skiing trip to the Italian Dolomites. The deposit of £100 is now due by Friday 23 February 2018.

The trip takes place during February half term 2019. Please pay your deposit on ParentPay. All details are in the letter that was emailed to parents and which you can also read on our website: Ski Trip Letter 2019

Vacancies for Cleaners

Churchill Contract Services, who manage our school cleaning, are recruiting two part-time Cleaning Operatives to work at Myton School. You can view the job adverts on the Indeed website.

Holiday work for 17 & 18 year olds

Warwick School is looking for students aged 17 & 18 to work during the holidays covering their activities programme. It is a great opportunity for anyone who may be thinking of teaching or coaching as a possible career.

Rates of pay are £4.20/hour for 17 year olds and £5.90/hour for 18 year olds. If any student is interested they should email Eileen at e.brahman@warwickschools.co.uk


Festival of the Arts 2018

Our annual Festival of the Arts takes place on Thursday 1 March between 6pm-8pm.

This is a popular event in the Myton calendar, where family and friends are treated to performances of music, drama, dance, poetry and spoken word from students in all years. It is a great opportunity for students to try out their exam pieces, many of which will go on to be assessed for their final exam grades.

Free event at Market Hall Museum

Market Hall Museum in Warwick is running a free event on Saturday 17 February, 11am – 4pm. It’s called Game On! and is being run with digital and technology artists from BOM (Birmingham Open Media). It involves a variety of activities including 3D pen sculpture making, retro computer games, electronic activities and electric painting. The event is open to all ages. No need to book just drop in. More information is on the Heritage and Culture website

World Book Day 2018

We have lots of events planned for World Book Day on Thursday 1 March.

Giant Book Swap – Thursday 1 March. Outside the Lower School Hall during lunchtime. Come along and swap a book you’ve finished with for one you haven’t yet read. Any extra book donations gratefully received. (more…)

Family Quiz Night – Save the Date

On Friday 23 March FOMS will be hosting another of their popular Fish & Chip Family Quiz nights. It will take place in the Upper School Hall from 7pm until 9pm and prizes will include a hamper and Easter eggs.  (more…)

Apprenticeship event in London

Costain is running a ‘Rising Star’ event on Tuesday 27 March, 6.15pm – 8.30pm at Covent Garden, London. The aim of the evening is to help young people learn more about apprenticeships with Costain
To register your interest for this event, please email them at: earlycareers@costain.com

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General News

Isabella is District Cadet of the Year

Congratulations to Isabella Dhoot in Year 11 who won the District Cadet of the Year 2018 for the South East District of the St John Ambulance. She came very close to winning the West Regional Cadet of the Year 2018. To be named District Cadet, Izzy had to score top marks in a number of tasks including: a first aid test, a presentation, a team building exercise and an interview with the judges. Well done Izzy on your achievement!

Intermediate Maths Challenge results

On Thursday 1 Feb, 177 of our brightest mathematicians in Years 9, 10 and 11 entered the UMKT Intermediate Maths Challenge. We are very pleased to share the results with you. Ninety-nine students attained either a gold, silver or bronze certificate, and eight students scored highly enough to qualify for the next round of the competition. (more…)

Numeracy Ninjas

Our January Numeracy Ninja Grand Masters are:

In Year 7

Alex Goh, Lillie Jones, Ella Friend, Joel Cleaver, Joe Russell, Shannon Wai Ling Wan, Francesca Graff, Rhiannon Earl-O’Regan, Jaya Mali, Arjun Sandhar, Madison Flitcroft

In Year 8

Finnian Sheridan, Gwenyth Horn, Reece Ingold, Erin Compton, Amelia Barrick, Ben Gordon, Harrison Astill, Chinsu Jesudas, Zane Evans, Grace Davis

Well done all of you! Could you be a Numeracy Ninja Grand Master too? What is the coordinate 2 to the left and 4 up from (0,6)?

Photography Competition Winners

The winners have been announced for our Geography photography competition with the theme of water.

Sam Matthews in Year 9 won first place with his photo of a plastic cup in a drain. He said: “This photo shows a McDonald’s plastic coffee cup in water about to flow into a drain. Along with millions of other single use plastics, this cup contributes to pollution in the water drainage system. (more…)

Sports News

More Table Tennis Success for Nikit

Nikit Sajiv in Year 8 has continued his recent success in table tennis by picking up a Division 3 winners’ medal in the Junior British League at the weekend.

Representing Lillington Table Tennis Club, in what is the top team competition in the country, Nikit and the team had positioned themselves in second place after the first weekend of competition back in September. (more…)

Swimming medals

Congratulations to Abby Jolley who won silver in the U16 butterfly & 100m backstroke, Anna Harvey who won silver in the U13 200m butterfly and Joe Deavall who won bronze in the U13 boys 100m butterfly at the Warwickshire swimming championships this week. They also gained personal bests in some of their races.

Street Dance Awards for Myton Students

The following students who are all involved in the Street Dance club on a Friday, have achieved exam grading awards:

Amelia Cox – Gold Star 1; Aimee Cox – Gold Star 1; Faith Tooze – Gold Bar 3; Abby Samways – Gold Bar 2; Thea Harper – Gold Bar 2; Beth Crossley – Gold Bar 2; Jasmine Waterfield – Gold Bar 1&2; Kaitlin Lister – Gold Bar 1; Rebecca Jeffries – Gold Bar 1; Leah Garnett – Gold Bar 1; Sophie Shergill – Gold Bar 1; Roma Mann – Gold Bar 1; Charlotte Muller – Silver Medal; Mia Lawson – Bronze Medal; Simar Satsavia – Bronze Medal; Jess Cassels – Bronze Medal.

Well done everyone!

Warwickshire School Games Talent Auditions

Congratulations to the 23 students who competed in the County School Games Talent Auditions on Wednesday at the Spa Centre. The students performed in Street Dance, Cheerleading, Singing and Magic. (more…)

Basketball Results

Both the Year 8 & 11 basketball teams lost to Aylesford this week in close games. Hopefully they will come back from this and earn victories in their next games.

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    Following up on last week’s announcement about student council,... Read more »
  • Myton School Sports Calendar
    For up to date information about which sports clubs... Read more »
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    A reminder for parents: if you bring your children... Read more »
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