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Archived Weekly News - 9 November 2018

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Head Teacher's Message

Head Teacher

Dear Parents and Carers

This week has seen a busy programme of extra-curricular activities in school. On Thursday, our Year 11 were given a break from their mock exams in order to benefit from some career enrichment. They all attended mock interviews with local employers and were able to practise their interview skills and receive valuable feedback on their strengths and areas for improvement. They attended workshops with representatives from a range of different sectors. A special mention goes to former Myton student, Jack Dudley, now a fully qualified paramedic working in Northamptonshire who is always willing to come back into school to enthuse fellow students about his chosen career.

Our Year 9 students were able to benefit from a session run by an external agency, Loudmouth Education & Training who are safeguarding specialists. They ran an awareness and prevention programme on child sexual exploitation, using theatre in order to engage the students in discussions about grooming, online safety and consent. (more…)


Year 11 Progression Week

Starting on Monday 19 November we will be holding a Progression Week for Year 11 students to help them with career choices and pathways into the next stage of their education. It involves the whole of Year 11 and takes place in school. Year 11 and 12 tutor groups will merge to allow Year 11 students to hear first-hand what life is like in the Sixth Form. (more…)

General News

Half term trip to Rome

During October half term, a group of Myton language students enjoyed a successful trip to Rome. The aim of the trip was to allow students to practise their spoken language skills and experience some of the culture and sights of Rome and the local area.  (more…)

Mr Apostol launches ‘Oken Token’ vending machine

Congratulations to Connor Brown in Oken House who was the first student to be awarded a prize from Mr Apostol’s ‘Oken Token’ vending machine for the huge improvement in his ATL grades. He won a free lunch pass for everyone in his form. (more…)

Sports News

National Squash Championships in Sheffield

This week we took a team of students to Sheffield to compete in round 1 of the Squash National Championships. Many of the team have only been playing for a few months but thoroughly enjoyed the experience. They did really well, finishing third and going through to the Plate Finals.

As an added bonus, they met ex world number 1, Nick Matthew and Scotland number 1, Greg Lobban: a photo opportunity not to be missed!

Sportshall Athletics Champions

Huge congratulations to the Year 7 and Year 8 Sportshall athletics teams who did exceptionally well at this week’s School Games Level 2 competitions. Both the Year 7 and Year 8 girls teams won, the Year 8 boys came second, missing out by 2 points and the Year 7 boys team came third. Brilliant results!

Calling U17 rugby players

The South Warwickshire RFU are looking to identify Under 16 and Under 17 rugby players for the 2019 Under 17s Warwickshire RFU Inter-District Campaign.

They are holding training sessions in January, ahead of the Inter-District games and inviting talented players to come along. Please contact their team manager Ian Paterson ( for further information.

Year 7 Rugby result

Our Year 7 rugby team had a very convincing victory on Tuesday 6 November, beating Aylesford 60-10. The team is developing quickly and starting to play some fantastic rugby. We had some powerful runs by Max Bennett and great tackles by Harry Bellerby. The star players were Ben Slater and Isaac Ball.

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