The Christmas Fair was a great opportunity for Mayville Camps International participants to raise money for their trips to Kenya and Cambodia. Lenny is just one pupil who has enlisted the help of his family to make Christmas gifts. They have been so popular Lenny's mum and grandma have been working round the clock to keep up with orders. Lenny is off to Cambodia in 2020. The next trip is to Kenya 2019 with Mrs Jones Head of Science at the helm. Her energy is incredible.

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Mayville swimmers shone at the ISA finals at the London Olympic pool. Naomi won a gold medal in the freestyle relay and Matthew came away with a silver medal in the 200 Individual Medley, gold in the freestyle relay and gold in the individual medley relay. Both swimmers were part of the London West team who were overall champions of the event. Amazing achievement for our swimmers.


Fantastic Swimming Results

Fantastic performances by all of our swimmers at the recent ISA swimming competition. The stand out performer was Matthew who won the gold in the 200m individual medley and also silver in the 100m backstroke. Rebecca won a bronze medal in 50m backstroke, while Naomi won silver in the 50m breaststroke and bronze in the 50m freestyle. Also a very big well done to all our swimmers who performed very well with some achieving their personal best times.


Honouring Charlotte West Who Founded Mayville High School

Thirty pupils singing and performing celebrated the opening of Charlotte West House. It was officially opened by past pupil Mataio Austin Dean who is now a student of the Slade School of Fine Art. Head of Mayville Trustees Mr Babcock said, "It has been our custom to dedicate our new buildings to exceptional head teachers who have built on the ethos of Charlotte West." Mayville's new Creative Arts Building is dedicated to Charlotte West, a remarkable young woman who founded Mayville High School.


Anti-Bullying Messages

At the beginning of the school year Mayville High School hosted an anti- bullying campaign inspired by Princess Diana. One aim of the initiative was for Mayville to have its own Anti-Bullying Ambassadors who can help create peer led campaigns. Students have been setting up a photo booth to help create a positive culture. What started in a few classrooms is now continuing throughout the school. Well done everyone.


Team Building, Understanding Finance and Mind Mapping

Mind mapping, financial literacy, understanding finance, managing debt, and team building at Cockleshell are just part of a whirlwind of fantastic events for our PHSE Day. Our UV pupils have been given tips on how to revise and get to grips with studying before their GCSEs, with the use of mind mapping. The PHSE day also focused on helping pupils to understand financial matters, including looking at the perils of gambling and debt management. Our Remove pupils spent the day involved in team building exercises. At our Cockleshell playing fields our youngest senior pupils took part in team games, relays and a tug of war.