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Make a change in your community! Kidsgrove Parenting Forum.

Do you have a child aged 0-19? Then this is the chance to shape the services delivered in Kidsgrove and surrounding areas.

Click here for more information on how to get involved with Kidsgrove Parenting Forum.

Looking for activities for young people in your area? YouFind.me.uk is the link to search for local County Council activities.

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The Royal Wedding of Prince William & Miss Kate Middleton

Here is your opportunity to send your messages of congratulations to Prince William and Kate Middleton for their forthcoming wedding on 29 April 2011.

Staffordshire County Council are collating a commemorative book from the people of Staffordshire to present to Buckingham Palace to forward to the couple before their big day.

You can add your message via the County Council’s website by following this link: http://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/yourcouncil/civicoffices/chairman/wedding/

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We are collecting Tesco for Schools and Sainsbury’s Get Active vouchers for equipment for our school.

Please give your vouchers to Mrs Proudman in the Attendance Office.

 

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Maryhill is a GOOD school – it’s official!

OFSTED inspectors visited the school in February for two days looking at all aspects of school work including observing lessons and talking to staff and students.

Click here
to link directly to the OFSTED site to view the February 2010 report. (Click back to return to the Maryhill website). Click here for the Spring OFSTED newsletter or click here for the OFSTED overview report.

Maryhill High School is a Media Arts College located on the northern fringe of Stoke-on-Trent in Kidsgrove. The School shares a campus with Maryhill Primary School and collaborates with Clough Hall Technology School to provide Kidsgrove Sixth Form.

The School has around 800 students and nearly 100 staff including teachers and support staff.
Central to our high levels of achievement are a positive ethos, good behaviour, hard work and high rates of student participation.
We seek to promote a genuine partnership between home and school, based on mutual trust and respect, and we operate an open-door policy where parents are always welcome.

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Calling all leavers fromn 2005 onwards…. we have a large number of unclaimed exam certificates. Please contact the office on 01782 296 751 to see if we have yours!

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