Students at Maidenhill just keep reading. These students have read more than 1 million words - some even more than 2 million - during the school year!
Jasmine Williams has been practicing making sugar flowers at home
Samuel Banks is currently in his final year at Central School of Ballet and dancing his way to success.
A collective well-done to 3 former students; Eleanor Franklin, Betsey Hall and Charlotte Cousins!
Maidenhill are pleased to feature in the first ever online-only edition of the Stonehouse News (Summer 2020), produced by Stonehouse Town Council.
Students who have attended school during the Covid-19 lockdown have been kept busy with a great variety of activities.
Molly Swift, 7N1 - consistently submits work that shows real effort. The attached work has some really great diagrams and thorough answers. Lovely to see her take pride in her work at home!
Jasmine Williams, Year 10 - her work shows her ability to work independently and shows the consistent level of effort she has put in throughout lock down. Her source analysis is detailed and demonstrates a vital skill needed for GCSE history.
Kara Craig, 7FBN - demonstrates a good knowledge of cells applied in a creative and fun way that will enable others to learn too.
During the absence from school, Tamsin Meek entered this wonderful piece of poetry, set on 'Show My Homework', into the local 'Stonehouse Town Council VE Day writing competition'. Tamsin won first prize in her age category and the work will be included in a collection of work from the town later this year.
Lennon Cooper produced an outstanding piece of research on Joseph Stalin and has worked superbly throughout our time off.
There has been some excellent learning going on in Maths. See below Logan Blanch's work on prime numbers and Ruby Dymock's work on algebra.
Haitham has been working incredibly hard over the term to start a new Design and nutrition project independently at home. He has been following the recipe cards and demo’s given to produce a fantastic outcome each week.