- Awarded to the Head Girl
Jacqueline Dickson's (1946) mother donated the prize in memory of Jacqueline's father who died suddenly while she was at school. She was the first head girl to receive this prize in 1951.
- Awarded to the Head Boy
Dr. A. Eichholz was a HM Inspector of Schools before 1930 who encouraged formation of special schools for the deaf.
- Academic Achievement at A-level
- Academic Achievement at O-level /GCSE
She was the mother of two deaf pupils Rachel and Neal Caws.
Colonel and Mrs McLellan donated the prize in 1953 - as their son Graham who was a pupil at MHGS, was good at Arts (woodcarving and sculpture) and the parents wanted to encourage pupils to take an interest in Arts. Graham's sister, Ann was also a pupil at MHGS, whose died at a road traffic accident near the school in 1956.
- Engineering Drawing or Technology
He was the school architect.
- Achievement in Information Technology
Guest of Honour in 2002.
She was on the board of MHGS Governors.
- Religious Studies
- Progress and Achievement
She was a MHGS Governor.
- English (Advanced)
Annie (deaf) was Miss Mary hare's personal maid, and she resided at MHGS until her death in 1961.
- English at GCSE
She was a MHGS pupil who died in 1986.
- Effort and Progress
Named after Philip Duffell's (1980) family, and believed to donated a school prize.
- Effort and Progress
Donated by the parents of Sarah Pope (1974) who was a member of the first school recorder trio/quartet, became Head Girl and
went to Oxford University in 1981 to read Chemistry.
- Academic Achievement in Sport
He was a MHGS games teacher (1967-1999).
- Boys' P.E.
He was a MHGS pupil who died 1973.
He was second Principal (1950-1973) who died in 1991.
He was ex-footballer and Guest of Honour in 2001.
- Charity Work
She was a MHGS pupil who died in 2003.
- Good Speech
Miss Kathleen Williams (English and Speech teacher 1964 - 1970) and Miss Marie Jones (English and Speech teacher 1964 - 1972) donated £1000.00 for this prize as bequeathed in their Wills. Miss Williams was the head of Donnington Lodge Nursery School for Deaf Children and Miss Jones was the assistant. When the school was closed, they were offered posts at MHGS.
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