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  • How to Make a Snowman

    15th December 2017
    https://youtu.be/L268HjSR_k4 MHS 6th form groups LG3+4 have been making a series of 'How to' videos. As it is the Christmas season the groups thought it would be a great idea to show how to make a snowman. Simply download...More
  • MELLAND PUPILS TAKE ON SHAKESPEARE’S “THE TEMPEST”…….AND NAIL IT!

    11th December 2017
    On Tuesday 12th December, at 10am, a group of Melland Drama students will be performing a musical version of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”, complete with Christmas songs! It will be a rare chance to see the timeless...More
  • MHS Christmas Panto Underway

    24th November 2017
    As much a part of the turning seasons as Bonfire Night or the clocks going back, the preparations for the MHS Christmas production really start to gear up as the nights draw in through November. The usual mixture of old...More
  • National Galleries Takeover Day.

    23rd November 2017
    https://youtu.be/pW6WXYquo7k National Galleries Takeover Day. #Kids in Museums. A countrywide event where students are given the opportunity in galleries across the country to curate and host an opening of an art...More
  • Roald Dahl – The Twits

    12th June 2017
    Last week students in 4O were looking at Roald Dahl’s ‘The Twits’. The focus this week was on metaphors and similes. In the chapter ‘Dirty Beards’ Mr Twits beard is described as a ‘hairy jungle’. Students...More
  • Roald Dahl – Matilda

    5th June 2017
    3E continued their Roald Dahl project last week exploring a new book ‘Matilda’. A lot of the student were familiar with this book as they had seen the film or read it at home. The students focused on sequencing speech...More
  • The Mistletoe Bough

    27th November 2015
    This year’s Christmas production on the 17th December will be an adaptation of an ancient English ballad called the Mistletoe Bough. It is the grisly tale of a young bride on her Christmas wedding day who plays hide and...More