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’.
We’d like to wish you an enjoyable and restful break over the summer holiday. The main school and Sixth Form re-open to students on Tuesday 4th September with staggered times.
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.
A Level Results Day is on Thursday 16th August 2018 and GCSE Results Day is on Thursday 23rd August 2018. Please see our time-slots for when students can collect their results. Parents and carers are also very welcome to attend.
Students in Years 7 and 8 were left buzzing after they completed work on our very own Whalley Range Bee, which was created as part of Bee in the City’s Inspiring Learning Programme.
Important information for parents/carers from the Department for Education regarding Free School Meals (FSM) eligibility.