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    OPEN EVENING

    Wednesday, 1st October from 6.45 p.m.

    OPEN MORNINGS

    Thursday, 2nd & Friday, 3rd October

    Tours between 9.00 – 10.30 a.m.

    Year 7 Information Evening
    ppt ico Year 7 Overview, Assessment and Engagement
    ppt ico Year 7 Literacy Presentation

    Welcome to Mayfield School

    We believe that students have an absolute right to achievement and excitement in their education, and also that it is a fundamental part of a school’s role to give students and families a real voice in their school.  We listen carefully to what students have to say and we are always looking for ways in which we can involve families more in their children’s school experience.

    We look to develop confident young people who are well equipped to take their place in the world and who are excited by the prospects of the future.  We are good and improving school and a school where you can be confident that your child will be supported, encouraged and given every opportunity to make the very best of themselves.

    Andy Rehling, Headteacher

    16th September 2013

    I am delighted to tell you that we have received a letter from David Laws, the Minister of State for Schools, in which he informs us that we are within the top 56 schools in the country because we are top of our group of 60 similar schools in terms of GCSE achievements in 2012.  Please see below for a link to see a copy of Mr. Laws’ letter.

    I am sure you will join with me in thanking staff, students, governors and everybody connected with the Mayfield School community.  We should all be very proud of what we have achieved together.

    Andy Rehling, Headteacher

     David Law’s Letter – September 2013

    4th February 2013

    It is with great pleasure that I am able to tell you about two recent developments that recognise the success of our work.   Many of you will have seen the Ilford Recorder last week which included a report that Mayfield was included in the list of the top 200 most improved schools for GCSE performance between 2009 – 2012.  During this period the percentage of students achieving 5 A* – C grades including English and Maths rose from 40% to 66%.  Needless to say we are very proud of this and I am happy to report that we are well inside the top 100 of around 4,000 secondary schools, which includes all types of schools including independent, grammar, academies and comprehensives, that are included in the Department for Education’s Performance Tables.

    On Thursday I received a personally signed letter from David Laws, Minister of State for Schools, which congratulated the school on being included in another top 100 list, this time for progress that our students made from KS2 to their GCSEs in achieving English, Maths and their best three other GCSEs.  Please see below for a link to a copy of Mr. Laws’ letter.

    For me in many ways this is the more pleasing of the two accolades as it recognises our success in enabling children, no matter what their prior attainment or social circumstances, to make the best possible progress and we can justifiably say that last year’s Year 11 students made better progress because of being at Mayfield than they would have done had they gone almost anywhere else.  To me this is a testament to the hard work and commitment of our whole school community – staff, students, governors and parents – in ensuring that we open doors for students that otherwise may have remained closed.

    STOP PRESS:  We received a certificate this morning confirming that the ALPS measure shows that Mayfield are in well within the top 10% of all 16-19 institutions nationally for the progress made by our students from the end of Year 11 to the end of Year 13.  Please see below for a link to a copy of the ALPs certificate.

    I am sure you will join with me in congratulating the whole school community on what is a continuing and growing story of success.

     Letter from David Laws

     ALPS Certificate
    Andy Rehling – Headteacher 

     

     

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