A group of Year 8 students visited Stroud Museum in the Park to see the fascinating Cathedral of Cloth Exhibition.
Five GCSE food preparation and nutrition students were chosen to compete in the Maidenhill round of the Rotary Young Chef competition.
A group of Year 11 students visited the Delphi Engineering site in Stonehouse to gain an insight into working as a modern day apprentice within the engineering industry.
Year 7 and 8 students had the opportunity to visit Bath Fashion Museum.
A group of Year 11 students visited the Futures Event held at Marling and Stroud High 6th Form to find out more about post-18 opportunities.
Over 40 students from Year 10 went to watch a fantastic performance of “A Christmas Carol” at the Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Year 11 Food and Nutrition students visited Gloucester services to research locally sourced foods.
Year 11 Hospitality students carried out their final controlled assessment where they made a three-course meal for family and friends. The food was presented to a high standard and they got great feedback!
Year 10 students took part in a practical show stopper lesson lead by professional chef, Martin Conway.
Latest sporting news from Terms 1 and 2 2017-18.
Maidenhill students had the privilege of meeting Kadeena Cox, a British para-sport Olympian aged 27. Our students spent the afternoon with Kedeena at Müller in Stonehouse interviewing her about her experiences and achievements over the past few years.
This term we showcase some snippets of the excellent work our students have produced in English Literature and Maths.
Students have been hard at work raising funds for a number of different charities.
GCSE business studies students took part in an enterprise task with Primal Joy health foods company to come up with their own unique brand of health bar.
Students from different year groups have been competing in the Student Investor Challenge for a chance to win a trip to New York.
Aby Bennet, 10FKS, shares with us her experience of competing in a championship called the British Autograss Series. Autograss is the most popular form of amateur motor racing in the UK, taking place on grass or mud oval tracks.
An evening celebrating the results of our former Year 11's in their GCSE exams.
Five GCSE food preparation and nutrition students were chosen to compete in the Maidenhill School round for Rotary Young Chef.
On 16th November, 12 students from Year 10 Computer Science ventured to Gloucester Escape Rooms where they put their problem solving skills to the test in an attempt to escape a room within an hour.