Headteacher’s blog 26.10.2023

Shwmae and welcome to this week’s blog! This week our usual blog format has been changed to celebrate the amazing first half of the autumn term we have had here at MHS. Have a safe and enjoyable Halloween break and we look forward to welcoming you back on Monday 6th November.  

End Of Half Term Reflection


Is the number of Class Chart Points that we have awarded our fantastic pupils this half term.


Is the number of Year 7 pupils who took part in the MHS Trailathlon.


The number of Year 7 pupils who attended our Period Dignity and Oddballs Foundation assemblies. 


Goals scored by our amazing football teams!


The number of awards that MHS won this half term!


The number of donuts consumed during our World Mental Health Day Donut Drop In.


Goals scored by the very talented MHS netball teams.


The number of pupils who won the Crest Awards.


The number of winners from our Pumpkin Carving Competition.


Goals scored by the brilliant MHS Hockey Teams.


Goals scored by the brilliant MHS Rugby Teams!


Pupils celebrated at Hot Chocolate Friday
Welsh Phrase of the Week

Cymraeg Yr Wythnos

 ‘Calan Gaeaf Hapus

 ‘Happy Halloween’

Important Information

Please click the link below for full details of our term dates as well as the school calendar. 
A reminder that copies of all the letters we have issued this academic year can be found on the ‘Letters Home’ page of our school website. It is advisable to check this page on a regular basis to ensure that you stay up to date with school information. Link to ‘Letters Home’ website page: https://milfordhavenschool.co.uk/letters-home/
GCSE POD is a fantastic resource which Milford Haven School continues to promote amongst learners and their parents/carers.

GCSE POD holds a wealth of support for a range of subjects, with some content specific for KS3 as well as KS4. Learners are encouraged to use their MHS Google log-in to access the site and start exploring the site which could prove extremely beneficial for our KS4 learners.
Please look at the following parent site tour where you can see what is on offer: https://bit.ly/2P1hJKZ
Young person’s mental health toolkit from HWB.
Below is a link to the young person’s mental health toolkit from HWB, designed for 11 to 25-year-olds. Here you will find six playlists to direct you to a wide range of online resources to help you through the lockdown and beyond. In each of the playlists you’ll find self-help websites, apps, helplines, and more that are here to support your mental health and well-being.
Please remember: if you’re finding it difficult to cope, make sure you speak to someone you trust. Who this might be is different for everyone, but it might include family members or carers, a teacher, a helpline, or a doctor. How you feel is important and lots of people are here to help if you need them.