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OM Newsletter (2021 Spring) No 34

Posted on March 23rd, 2021

Here’s a link to the Spring 2021 Newsletter
OM Newsletter (2021 Spring) No 34

The Old Maidstonian (Winter 2020) No. 33

Posted on November 13th, 2020

Here’s a link to the latest Old Maidstonian (past editions were
listed as the Old Maidstonian Newsletter) – in PDF format
Old Maidstonian (Winter 2020) No. 33

Beryl MacCallum nee Poyser

Posted on October 21st, 2020

My stepmother, Beryl MacCallum, died peacefully in her sleep last night.
OMs of the 1970s may remember her as the Head’s Secretary at MGS. She and
my father, who had taught at MGS since 1957, retired around the time of
their marriage in 1979.

Anyone from that era interested in attending the funeral could contact me
via my webmaster address,

Malcolm MacCallum

Update: the funeral will be at 14.45 on November 23rd at Vinters Park Crematorium.
No flowers please. Donations to Save the Children.

MGS during lockdown

Posted on October 14th, 2020

This is a short Youtube video prepared by the Deputy
Headmaster, Robbie Ferguson (OM 1994-2001) about the School
during the recent lockdown.