I recently posted a video containing some important information and updates, here it is again for anyone that missed it. Included in the video is some information on our new Covid Curriculum, this has been specifically developed as a result of the feedback we have received from pupils and their families- full details can be found on our school website. Thank you to everyone that has already expressed positive feedback to us this week following the changes we have made, it is already apparent that this is a more achievable and sustainable way of continuing learning from home for MHS pupils.
It was an absolute pleasure for us to announce this week that 11 year 10 pupils have now completed the Scholars programme with The Brilliant Club.
This programme started in January with an introduction to their PHD tutor and the course content, followed by tutorials in school on the topic of criminology. To successfully pass the course, pupils submitted a dissertation based on their tutorials, which was graded at university degree level. This dissertation was completed independently in pupils’ own time, around their very busy school schedule and extra-curricular activities. We are absolutely delighted that so many rose to the challenge and achieved results well above their years.
We will celebrate the success of the group with a graduation at a top University in the near future as soon as it is safe to do so. Da iawn pawb!
More fantastic news was announced this week, this time from three very talented sixth form ambassadors. It is with absolute pride and delight we announce the following success from within our year 12 student body.
Izzy-May Solomon has successfully been accepted to attend the Sutton Trust Cambridge Summer Schools Programme where she will study Philosophy, followed by Religion and Theology.
Beth Lewis has successfully been accepted to attend the Sutton Trust Durham University Summer Schools Programme where she will study Philosophy, Theology and Religion.
Elanor Evans has successfully achieved a place at the Sutton Trust Kings College London Summer Schools programme where she will study History and War Studies.
All programmes have a highly competitive application process, and we are not surprised that all three of these exceptional young ladies have stood out of the crowd. Due to the current situation, it is anticipated that the girls will attend virtual programmes in place of studying at the universities.
Da iawn merched!
A reminder that tomorrow is VE Day, and there are lots of different ways that you can get involved to mark this very special occasion…
Finally, here is a little snapshot of Team MHS showing their support for the NHS and all our valuable key workers… 👏 👏👏 Stay safe pawb.
Here is a little snapshot of Team MHS showing their support for the NHS and all our valuable key workers last night... 👏 👏👏As per our previous post please send in your NHS clap photos/ videos as we would love to see you all taking part in this special community event. DiolchGepostet von Milford Haven School am Freitag, 1. Mai 2020