Thought for the Week

Weekly Event Feed

Week -

Home

GCSE Results 2015

Well done to all our students receiving their examination results! We are thrilled to report another excellent set of GCSE results.

For further details, please click on the appropriate link below:

GCSE Results 2015

Gallery

 

A Level Results 2015

Congratulations to our students collecting their examination results!  We are delighted to announce that they have continued the proud tradition of success by posting an outstanding set of results.

For further details, please click on the appropriate link below:

A Level Results 2015

Gallery

 

Discovery Newsletter

The latest edition of the school's termly newsletter, Discovery, has been published.

To download and view the Summer Term's newsletter, please click on the link below:

Discovery Newsletter - Issue 20 - Summer Term 2015

 

Twitter

Mayflower High School has opened an information-only Twitter feed.  This feed will provide news and information about what is happening in school on a day-to-day basis.  The feed can be accessed in two ways.

If you are already signed up to Twitter, you can follow the feed at @Mayflower_High

You can also view the information by accessing a web address: www.twitter.com/mayflower_high

 

Initial Teacher Training

We are committed to Teacher Training and work with a large group of schools ensuring training opportunities are vast and varied drawing on a wealth of experience.

All Schools Direct places at Mayflower High School for training September 2014-15 are through Billericay Educational Consortium (BEC), or through Mid-Essex ITT, our Accrediting Providers.

Please click on the links  to view programme details and further information at http://www.billericayscitt.com or http://www.midessexitt.com

All applications are processed through the UCAS Apply for Teacher Training portal: http://www.ucas.com//apply/teacher-training

As an integral part  of our role in training the next generation of teachers, Mayflower High School is a participating school in the School Experience Programme (SEP) and hosts school visits for prospective teachers in a range of subjects through this programme.

The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) runs the school experience programme, which offers prospective trainee teachers the chance to see what it’s like to be a teacher in a secondary school.

To find out more about the SEP, register and book visits to a secondary school, visit the following link:

Get Into Teaching

and click the School Experience  tab at the top of the page.

Alternatively you can contact them by telephone on 0800 0850962 to enquire about the School Experience Programme if you prefer.

N.B. These visits can only be booked via the School Experience Programme and NOT directly with the school.

Video Welcome

Latest News

Virtual Tours

Virtual Tour