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Archived Weekly News - 17 June 2022

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Head Teacher's Message

Head Teacher

Dear Parents and Carers

I thought I’d share what I have experienced around our school recently because, as ever, I am delighted and humbled by how the staff here work with our students and together they produce amazing things.

Over the last week or so I have seen our GCSE and A Level Art displayed in the lower school hall for the external moderator, art that is so stunning as to inspire everybody who saw it and in the case of one lad in Year 13 producing a piece which bought a tear to the eye of us all.

I watched a lesson with Year 7s discussing A Midsummer Night’s Dream and explaining to me some of the characters and their motivations and, in the same department some Year 9s who were looking at how famous figures were able to use persuasive language to change minds, in this case it was Marcus Rashford but their books had evaluations of Martin Luther King, President Obama and Elizabeth I. (more…)


Myton Vacancies

Please have a look at the exciting new  vacancies on our website.  There are vacancies for both teaching and support staff roles so, if you would like to join our friendly school, please apply!

Remember, these vacancies change regularly and if there isn’t something for you at the moment, please continue to check back!

General News

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Assessed Expedition June 2022

After a very successful practice expedition in May, last weekend it was time for this year’s cohort of Duke of Edinburgh’s Award participants to complete their assessed expedition.  This time the expedition took place in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside as the groups trekked the footpaths keen and mostly in high spirits and, after their pre-expedition briefing from the staff at Venture Outdoor, they set off on their routes.  Half the cohort were travelling from Moreton to Long Compton and the other half on the opposite route, with an overnight stay at a campsite just on the edge of Shipston on Stour in the middle. (more…)

Busy Bees in Year 7!

Six Year 7 students raised over £100 from a recent bake sale. They are going to donate most of it to the bumblebee conservation trust and use the remainder to purchase wildflower seeds to make our school more insect friendly.  Well done to Rosie K, Mai T, Ellen C, Mia T, Renate K and Libby C.




Parents and Carers are being advised to keep an eye out for head lice and nits, as this common problem usually affects school-aged children and their families.

Though head lice and nits may be a nuisance, they don’t cause serious illness or carry any diseases and can be treated at home with a fine tooth comb or over-the-counter medication. See NHS website for more details

Sports News

Sports News Roundup

Year 8 Rounders 

On Tuesday 14 June,  our Year 8 Girls’ team beat Kenilworth 25 – 7 – well done!!

Year 9 Rounders tournament results

Following a busy few weeks of sport, the Year 9 Rounders team played well in their pool matches, winning both matches, beating Campion and Kenilworth.

They then faced Kingsley in the semi final and narrowly lost 3 ½ to 5.  Kingsley went on to the final where they faced Southam who won the tournament. (more…)

Tennis Success for Years 7/8 Myton girls

Wednesday 22 June – League Tennis Match vs Aylesford

Huge success for Years 7/8 girls’ tennis team in their league match at Aylesford. They won all six matches, giving away only 5 games in total, across all matches.

Outstanding Victory! Well done Girls!


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