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We are absolutely delighted to welcome all our students and staff back to Mayfield this week, and to hear the corridors filled with laughter and chatter once more. It has been Mayfield married adult matchs open house too quiet without you all! The girls have adjusted well to the changes that we have put in place over the holidays to make the School Covid-safe, and we are confident they will have a happy and productive term! In order to keep everybody safe, could parents please note the following reminders:.
If your daughter is going to be late or absent from School, please absence mayfieldgirls. Thank you for your understanding. We are delighted to announce the new team of School Prefects for the academic year and congratulate them all on their appointments. We are sure they will all make great successes of their new roles! Head Girl Natasha. Deputy Head Girl India. Deputy Head Girl Olivia. House Captain of Astor Mary. House Captain of Bronte Camille. House Captain of Curie Harriet. House Captain of Glennie Lucy. Head of Boarding Rachael. Sacristan Olivia. Sports Captain Anthia. Music Captain Olivia.
Drama Captain Samantha. Lower School Prefects Ibee and Georgia.
Charities and Community Prefect Olivia. Events Prefects Rachael and Emily. We are thrilled that our new Head Girl, Natasha, and her Deputies, India and Olivia, have penned a few words introducing themselves and some of their priorities for the coming year.
Inmy twin sister and I were born into a large Zimbabwean family. For 17 years and counting, my twin and I have been raised and supported by my mother, and her siblings and friends, so, quite literally, it took a whole village to raise us.
I am so grateful that God chose me to be a member of my family and enabled me to enjoy an amazing upbringing, in spite of my unconventional family setting. Without them, I do not know where I would be today. One of the many reasons that I love Mayfield so much is because lots of girls come from multicultural backgrounds. Being at Mayfield has allowed me learn about different cultures, and most importantly, to ignore the negative stereotypes portrayed in the media, and learn who people truly are.
Last year, I took part in a one-to-one mentoring scheme and learnt that the support I provided my partner with enabled her to be more organised, and gave her someone to talk to about any worries she had. I intend to expand Mayfield married adult matchs open house fantastic scheme to include Middle School girls so that we can help to guide them through their GCSE journey, especially during these unprecedented times. I also want to boost engagement with the Student Council to ensure that all voices across the School feel they are clearly heard. We are working as a committee to develop understanding at different levels of the School of important topics, such as racism and diversity, and hope to introduce a range of opportunities for students across the School, to discuss and share experiences and opinions.
I am very grateful and excited to be working with my Prefect Team, Miss Beary and Mr Doy over the next year in my new position. I have been at Mayfield since Year 7 and have been involved in many aspects of School life including music, sport and MUN Model United Nationsand I am hope that this enables me to relate to and be accessible to girls with a range of interests. I think what I love most about Mayfield is that we are strongly encouraged to try lots of different things. I helped in the primary school and found the whole experience really rewarding.
I was brought up in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, living with my older brother and our parents, close to where my Mayfield journey began. One of the many aspects of Mayfield that I love is the huge variety of opportunities it offers. These include the excellent teaching, and broad range of academic subjects and activities available, from Maths Challenges to Shakespeare Offbyheart, which I have enjoyed very much over the years.
I will also be applying to Drama School as I would very much like to pursue my passion for acting. The School has guided me, teaching me important life lessons and values, helping me to flourish as a young woman. I would have to say that my love of the School comes not only from this, but also from the encouraging, supportive and kind staff, who have been fantastic in helping me to make decisions about courses and post A Level routes.
I want to help things to run smoothly at the beginning of term so that we can all get back into the School rhythm again, working well together, and understanding our roles and responsibilities. As Prefects, we will be working to connect with and support girls in the younger years. We are looking at Mayfield married adult matchs open house ways to help Mayfield girls to move forward within this ever-changing world. This will involve new opportunities and new conversations to make sure that we are doing the upmost to support everyone in the School, to move forward and continue to be the best that we can be as a community.
A warm welcome to the new staff ing the Mayfield community this term. Following a gap year in Europe, Josefina returned to Argentina for University. Josefina is greatly looking forward to becoming a member of the Mayfield community, to getting to know the girls, and helping them to become strong and independent women. In her free time, Josefina Mayfield married adult matchs open house reading, watching good movies at the cinema, travelling, meeting new people, and learning about different cultures. She also likes going for long walks, singing, and baking.
Originally from Loughborough in Leicestershire, Jonathan went to Manchester University and obtained a Law degree, following which he practised as a solicitor for a few years, before retraining to be a teacher. Jonathan has a season ticket at Brighton and Hove Albion, is a keen drummer, and is very much look forward to getting to know his new colleagues and students. He has also been a school chaplain, hospital chaplain, and Dominican friar.
Christopher possesses an immense passion for the Mayfield married adult matchs open house Arts. He has performed in many plays and loves going to the theatre. He also enjoys watercolour painting, creative writing and walking. He has a lilac-point Birman cat called Shakespeare Shaky for shortwho acts more like a dog than a Mayfield married adult matchs open house Christopher is really excited to be part of such a vibrant and forward-thinking school community. She very much enjoyed teaching business English to French students, and then began working as a TA in a secondary school, which led to her studying for a PGCE.
Her last position was in small international school which she very much enjoyed. She also loves languages, travel, books and art. He has extensive experience as an A Level examiner. Mark relocated back to his beloved Sussex inmoving to Eastbourne, and teaching at Roedean Moira House for the last five years. He loves dogs, especially spaniels and labradors, and has puppy socialised for assistance dog charities on several occasions.
Mark is very much looking forward to ing the Mayfield community to teach Biology, which is his passion. His interests include rowing, mountain biking and reading. Born in the tiny village of Stanford Dingley in Berkshire, she subsequently lived in Washington, Manila, Paris and Vanuatu while she was growing up, as her father was a Diplomat.
Lucinda studied English at Hertford College, Oxford before working in London as a commercial office estate agent until She then emigrated to South Africa just before Mandela was freed from prison and voted in the first post-apartheid elections in In Cape Town she met and married her Zimbabwean husband and moved to Zimbabwe to bring up their children. Lucinda completed a Masters in Learning and Teaching at Roehampton University inand her dissertation explored writing school reports in secondary schools.
She is very excited to be sharing her love of English in all its forms with our girls! Dr Sarah Burges-Watson will be covering a maternity leave in the Classics Department for the coming year. She undertook her BA at Cambridge, and then spent a couple of years teaching and pursuing postgraduate singing before setting off for America, where she completed an MA at the University of Pennsylvania, and then a PhD at Harvard. After teaching for a year at McGill in Montreal, and spending two years in Berlin, Sarah finally returned to England to take up a postdoctoral fellowship in Greek Literature at Durham.
Sinceshe has worked at St Paul's Boys' School in London, while continuing to pursue research and singing. She is very much looking forward to ing the Mayfield community and to contributing to women's education once again. Mlle Janice Blanchard was born and went to school in a small town called Bressuire in the west of France. She then spent six years at university studying English as a foreign language in Bordeaux, Rennes, and Dublin.
This project was inspired by her time in Dublin, and the art and novels she has read over the years.
Arts, literature, writing and hiking are her favourite hobbies. After this wonderful experience, she decided it was time for a new adventure, and is ing Mayfield as a Graduate Assistant in September. She is very much looking forward to meeting everyone at the School, learning, being creative, and making memories together.
She has a degree in English and History from Royal Holloway University, and is currently working in retail. Safiya is very much looking forward to meeting the pupils and staff at Mayfield, and getting involved in all the different activities the School offers. In her spare time, she enjoys writing, photography and scrapbooking. Miss Pia Larsson, who hails from Zurich in Switzerland, will be a familiar face around the School as she is one of our leavers.
She will also be helping out in the Music Department as she is a talented organ and piano player, and a singer. We are very pleased to have her back! The PE Department is excited to welcome the girls back to School and very much looking forward Mayfield married adult matchs open house coaching them face to face again.
If they just have an activity during A2, they will have time to change during tea, but as the changing room is a multi-year group space, we are unable to open it for them. We will open it for year groups when they are wet and need to change their clothes before their next lesson, so it is always a good idea for the girls to have a change of clothes in their School bags when they have PE.
We are excited to be able to offer many of our summer sports over the week, and also a wider variety of sporting options on a Saturday morning, so that all our girls are able to keep their sport going or try something new.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the PE Department if you have any questions. We are always happy to help! Mrs Georgina Fletcher, Director of Sport.
The Mayfield Equestrian Squad has had a successful summer! Well done all for your excellent performances! Jill Barker, Director of Riding. Welcome back everyone! The School Shop will operate as normally as possible but we ask that you follow the following Covid precautions that we have put in place: 1. Please wear a face mask at all times to come into the Shop. There will be no entry without a mask. We will no longer ask you to for anything unless you bring your own pen into the Shop. By doing this, we are cutting the risk of transmission.Mayfield married adult matchs open house
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