Year 10 and 11 GCSE Drama students attended a performance of the play 'Wise Children' at Bristol Old Vic.
Staff and students have organised a number of successful events raising funds for Charity.
Maidenhill is a school that always strives to celebrate the achievements of its students and we are delighted to announce that our Wall of Excellence is now on full view in our canteen area. The wall acts as a stunning visual representation of the quality work our students are involved in; from written work to photographs of practical work and beyond.
The Winter Celebration Music concert took place on 20th December and as usual was a great success and a highly enjoyable evening.
An enjoyable and successful Christmas Fayre was held, with over £280 raised for Teckels Animal Shelter.
HIT training have been supporting some of our Year 10 lessons. They have shown students how to butcher poultry and fillet fish, whilst discussing economising, seasonality and cooking a final meal.
Congratulations to our new Student Leaders 2018-19.
Last term Sam French and Alexi Natividad were selected as the Maidenhill winners of the national cookery competition “FutureChef”; there were some fantastic entries!
Stroudwater Textiles Trust came in to teach Year 9 textiles students about dying with natural substances.
An evening celebrating the achievements of our former Year 11 students.
Congratulations to our new School Council members 2018-19 and well done to all who took part.
Maidenhill says 'No to bullying.' During National anti-bullying month, students took part in a range of activities looking at bullying related issues.
Kim Harris, our independent and impartial careers advisor, has been working with Year 11 students to help them consider their options once they leave Maidenhill School.
Our Year 9's attended the Stroud Ambitions event, the biggest careers event in the district.
Year 10 and 11 art students visited the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. This visit gave them an important opportunity to experience world quality art and artefacts from different times and cultures.
Eva Bolton-Lake 11RKB, represented Gloucestershire in the South West Junior Chef Final held in Ashburton, Devon.
South West Chef of the Year semi-finalists, Aleah Phipps 11HHW, and Maddie East 8DSP, were invited to the Michelin starred restaurant Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham for a fantastic learning experience.
Year 11 students took part in a Study Skills morning to help prepare them for their December mock exams.
Year 7 experienced a great team building day at Dean Field Studies Centre.