English author of children's and young adult books, Tanya Landman, tells students about her inspiration for and experience of writing.
Award-winning film-maker and writer, Matt Dickinson visits Maidenhill School
The new Stroud Conservative MP Siobhan Baillie came to Maidenhill to meet with the School Council and the newly formed Politics Club to have a Q&A time about the local area and other important related issues.
Year 7 and 8 students visited Stratford-upon-Avon to watch a fantastic performance of 'The Boy in the Dress' by David Walliams.
In October a group of Year 10 and 11 DT and Art students visited the Design Museum and the Tate Modern Art Gallery in London.
Year 7 students participated in a Team Building day at Dean Field Studies Centre.
Year 11 enjoyed a visit to New Theatre Cardiff to watch a performance of the musical play Blood Brothers.
The first year of the Duke of Edinburgh Award has been a complete success. Twenty students from Year 10 completed their expedition at South Cerney. They hiked over 15 miles over the weekend, put up their tents and cooked their own food on trangias.
Psalms came into school to deliver reflection and meditation to Religious Studies and Ethics classes.
As part of their preparation for further education and employment after Maidenhill, a number of activities have taken place over the last few months.
Year 9 students were involved in a hugely successful enterprise event organised by our volunteer enterprise coordinator, Jon Batterham.
A group of Year 9 students visited an event hosted by the University of Gloucestershire to help inspire and raise student aspirations and to encourage students to think about their futures.
Year 10 Geography students worked hard collecting data for their GCSE paper 3 exam on their recent geography field trip.
Students had a great time at the brilliant Cheltenham Science Festival.
A group of Year 7 and Year 10 students had a fantastic experience on a day trip to Boulogne.
Year 7 students enjoyed an interesting and informative visit to Gloucester Cathedral.
The first weekend of April saw 50 students from Year 9 visiting Paris for a long weekend.
Maidenhill had some very exciting visitors as 20 students from Narita High School in Japan joined us for one week.
Our most budding chefs from Years 7 to 9 attended a day at Forest Green Rovers working with chefs to create a vegan menu for the public.