Pupils from Levenshulme and Whalley Range enjoyed a careers event at Old Trafford, which showcased the variety of professions available in the NHS.
Whalley Range 11-18 High School hosted its first Futures Fest, offering students the chance to meet colleges, training providers and universities to discuss their options.
A select group of Year 9 Computing students took a trip to Manchester Business School to work on a collaborative problem-solving challenge with a focus on community activism.
Ahead of his victory in the Great City Games 100m race on Deansgate, Harry Aikines-Aryeetey popped in to spend some time with our students.
Female students from across the Education and Leadership Trust visited Manchester Airport as part of International Women’s Day and National Careers Week.
As part of the school’s commitment to showcase STEM careers, students were given the opportunity to take part in numerous technology activities.
Justin Kelly, Head of Business Development at Siemens UK and Ireland, visited Whalley Range to deliver a lesson on ‘Unlocking Your Potential’ to 30 Year 10 science students.
Students were entertained at the University of Manchester with talks, advice and activities looking at future careers.
Year 8 Student Fatimah was awarded a day of work experience with the NHS design team following her victory in a recent poster competition.
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