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Welcome to Maryhill High Media Arts College Home page.
The new prospectus DVD is now available to watch online here!
THE SCHOOL IS OPEN TODAY TO BOTH STAFF AND STUDENTS
Coming up - Gary Wilson Parents Evening
Snow Procedure & Snow Safety
We are now approaching the season when the weather may affect schools. Certainly Gloucester Road last year without adequate gritting is something that many of us will recall. If the school is closed, listen to Radio Stoke or Signal Radio for news or check the school website www.maryhill-high.co.uk. If we are closed, please listen to either of these radio stations or check the website for confirmation. The stations do not list which schools are open, so if Maryhill High’s name is not read out we are open (please ensure you do not confuse us with the primary school or Berryhill High)
Click here to view a full version of the Police Safety poster.
Click here for the latest newsletter.
E-bullying email. The new e-bullying email link is now up and running. For help and support email Ebullying@maryhill-high.staffs.sch.uk.
Year 7 coffee morning is a resounding success! Click here to see the Head Teacher's report for the event.
Contolled Assessment - what does this mean to your child? Click here to find out more. Also, coming soon, details of how each subject area conducts controlled assessment, on the departmental pages.
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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