Whalley Range 11-18 High School has been promoting reading and supporting mental health issues through the Take 10 and Shelf Help initiatives, which encourage reading as a way to relax and de-stress.
Whalley Range 11-18 High School recently celebrated National Libraries Week, an annual event to celebrate and promote our much-loved libraries. This year the focus was on wellbeing.
This year we’ll be continuing our partnership with the Manchester United Foundation. For transparency, it is important that we highlight how data is used within this partnership.
During the last academic year, staff and students raised money for The Christie’s Teenage and Young Adult Unit. We are delighted to announce that we exceeded our £4,000 target and presented The Christie with a cheque for £5,260.43! For our efforts, we have been awarded a donor coin at The Christie.
From Wednesday 29 August, Manchester City Council and Salford City Council began major improvement works on six junctions on and around Regent Road, which may disrupt travel for upto 12 months.
A group of Year 9 students presented their idea for solving the energy crisis at the Shell ‘Make the Future Live’ festival in London on the 5th and 6th of July and were voted national winners by the public. The school has been awarded £5000 to contribute towards STEM.
Read Manchester, in association with Bee in the City, are encouraging residents to get involved in two competitions this summer: The ‘Bee a Reader Challenge’ and the ‘Buzzing Creative Writer Challenge’.
For the second year running, a student from Whalley Range 11-18 High School has won the Regional Mother Tongue Other Tongue competition in the Mother Tongue category.