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2017 The Salvation Army Toy Appeal

 Salvation Army xmas appeal 2017

Yesterday The Salvation Army Toy Appeal ended with all of the gifts being placed under the MGS Christmas tree before being delivered to the charity later in the afternoon...

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Macmillian Coffee Morning

Back in September MGS helped support Macmillan cancer by taking part in the 2017 Coffee Morning

Macmillian

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Aviva Community Fund

Aviva Community Fund

The Parents’ Association has entered the Aviva Community Fund to win funds to provide some new furniture and study resources for an extension to the current library.  Our application was successful!

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School of Rock

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Tickets for Maidstone Grammar School’s musical production of School of Rock are now on sale from the Bursary or online via ParentMail - £8 for Adults £4 for concessions.

Performances Wednesday 29 November to Saturday 2 December 2017 in the Big Hall. Curtain up at 7:30pm

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Year 7 Rugby Training

After-school rugby training for year 7 students will begin Monday 18th September. All are welcome.

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Recent requests to review your MGS/Parentmail Account Infomation

Please be aware that you may have recently received a request to review changes to your MGS ParentMail X Account.

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2017 Summer Newsletter

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E-Safety

It is becoming increasing difficult for you, our parents and carers, to keep up to date with your children’s use of technology but we all have an important part to play in helping young people develop safe and responsible online behaviour and we want to work with you to raise awareness about the possibilities, risks and issues associated with technology.

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New ParentInfo site

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Reminder to all parents

Please do not drop your son or daughter off at the front gate, school car park or back gate at the start or end of the school day.    This poses a serious health and safety issue when staff are trying to get in and out of school in their cars and students are walking around the site.

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