To contact the MGGS community please use the details on this page. Please note we allow three working days for responses to emails or telephone calls.
Teaching staff, in particular, do not have access to emails whilst teaching, and we are privileged that so many of our staff run activities for our students both at lunchtime and after school. Hence, it is important to allow all staff sufficient time to read and respond to emails.
In common with other publicly-funded organisations, such as the NHS and Police, MGGS expects that all members of its community are treated with courtesy and respect. The school has a zero-tolerance approach to any individual who behaves aggressively towards members of staff or students, or who uses vulgar or inappropriate language. In situations where such behaviours or language are exhibited – whether in person or via telephonic or electronic media – the school or its representative will terminate the conversation/meeting and, if appropriate, will ask the individual concerned to leave the school site until such time as s/he is able to conduct her/himself appropriately. Should any individual not accede to such a request, other authorities, including but not limited to the Police, may be contacted.
Parents/carers wishing to meet with a member of staff should telephone the school office to arrange a meeting. At least 72 hours’ notice is required. Parents/carers should not expect a member of staff to be able to see them if they arrive in reception and ask to see a member of staff immediately. In such instances, parents/carers will be politely reminded of the need to make an appointment and will be given the email@example.com email address to allow them to do so.