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.
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.
Students from Whalley Range 11-18 High School took part in The Bright Ideas Challenge, run by Shell, to investigate how cities might look in 2050 and devise innovative solutions that could power our cities in the future.
Executive Head, Patsy Kane, was delighted to be asked to talk at the start of the evening reception for The Tutor Trust’s annual summer reception at Manchester Museum, alongside Andy Burnham, the mayor for Greater Manchester.
If students are using the LRC after school, there is now a direct phone number for parents/carers to use if they need to get in touch with their daughter. This number will put you through to the LRC reception desk directly.