We would like to apologise to anyone who has tried to access our school website between Saturday 16th April and Tuesday 26th April, during which time our website was offline.26.04.16
Watch Alliance Manchester Business School’s new animated video to find out what Manchester means to them.27.04.16
Get the latest news, stories and photos from Whalley Range 11-18 High School in the Spring 2016 edition of our quarterly school magazine. Now available to download!27.04.16
Both Whalley Range 11-18 High School and Levenshulme High School, schools within The Education and Leadership Trust, have been nationally recognised by the SSAT (the Schools, Students and Teachers Network) for their exceptional performance during the 2015 academic year.27.04.16
Year 10 students were delighted to be given another opportunity to discuss the importance of personal, social and health education with MPs Lucy Powell and Luciana Berger when they visited Whalley Range 11-18 High School.29.03.16
For Sport Relief 2016 staff and students did their bit to raise money and awareness by running a mile on the outdoor running track.23.03.16
This years British Science Week at Whalley Range was packed full of fantastic demonstrations, interviews, activities, competitions and our very own Science Fair courtesy of the Science Faculty and student Science Leaders.18.03.16
The challenge had been set. Five partnership schools. Twenty five students. Five groups. One location.18.03.16
Welcome to Whalley Range 11-18 High School
Whalley Range is a large 11-18 High School of 1500 girls located in the heart of inner city Manchester. Levenshulme is a school of 1,000 girls. They serve some of the most deprived wards in Manchester and embrace and celebrate their cultural diversity.
Whalley Range is a popular and oversubscribed school and continues to be the highest performing girls’ high school in Manchester. We work together with families, our local community, business partners and local universities to enhance our students’ education.
We are firmly established as a Sixth Form which provides academic and vocational courses for young women of all abilities and ensures progression to Higher Education and employment.