We want to say a massive well done to all of our Year Key Stage 3 students who have worked tirelessly over the lockdown on their homeschooling. Some of the work produced has been outstanding and they have really shown their creative sides through the art projects and house challenges. The students have exhibited the MGGS habits, in particular, a positive mindset and resilience and we were thrilled to be able to welcome them in for a face to face session this term. We have also had a number of key worker children who have been in school regularly – well done to them for being so positive and for working so well in school this term.
Thank you to all parents/carers for their ongoing support at home which has been invaluable to us at this time; we know that homeschooling may not have been easy so we are very grateful for all of your time and patience! It has been a shame not to have had our annual Key Stage 3 Celebration event but we have managed to award prizes and say thank you to the students virtually, and we wish all Year 9 students the very best of luck next year with their GCSEs in Key Stage 4.
The pastoral team has been working very hard too to ensure that our new Year 7s have been receiving regular contact prior to starting at MGGS in September. We would like to thank Neha and Norah in Year 8 for putting this video together for our new students to give them a glimpse of the school site in preparation for their new MGGS journey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXzlAr_q0f8&t=5s. We are very much looking forward to welcoming all new students as they start their MGGS journey with us.
We wish all of our Key Stage 3 students and parents/carers a lovely summer and look forward to seeing you again in the new term.