Two teenage girls, 13 and 14, missing from gravesend
Demilade Subair and Shayla Carter. Descriptions of both girls and what they were last wearing were released on Saturday as police appealed for information to help track them down. The school achieved dual specialisms in Science and Languages. The school was renamed "Mayfield Grammar School, Gravesend" in September due to the of boys dogging lancashire the sixth form which deemed the part of the name 'for Girls' as unsuitable.
Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. Throughout its history the school has remained selective and was known as Gravesend School for Girls, prior to becoming Gravesend Grammar School for Girls. They were last seen on Thursday and it was believed they were together in the Plumstead area.
Demilade is described as being 5ft 10in tall with a slim build mature seniors short black hair. Shayla Carter, 14, and Demilade Subair, 13, have not been graevsend since yesterdayh March 5. A police spokesman said on Monday: "Please be aware that two teenage girls who were reported missing from Gravesend on March 5, have been safely located.
Notable former pupils[ edit ]. They are thought to be together in the Plumstead area. Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Invalid Police are appealing for information to find two teenage sw15 4hj missing from Gravesend. You can unsubscribe at any time.
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Sixth form[ edit ] The sixth form currently contains approximately students, of both boys and girls, studying A Levels in a variety of subjects. Police said Shayla is described as being 5ft 9ins tall with long black hair and was last seen wearing a black puffer jacket with a fur hood. This action sparked much controversy within the school itself, former pupils, parents, and the local community.
. Both sites are situated on Pelham Road and are approximately a minute walk from each other.
Currently the school has the main site, girs an additional site known as the "Isaac Newton Building" referred to by pupils as the IN which consists mainly of sports and technology facilities. History[ edit ] The school was founded in as the County School for Girls, and moved to its present site in Picture: Kent Police.