Project Day

Welcome to Project Day (Year 7)
During Project Day students study Religious Education including Citizenship, Design Technology (Food Technology, Textile Technology and Product Design), Art , Music and Drama.

Head of Faculty

Mrs A Mistry (

Personal Learning, Thinking Skills and Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning are developed by the wide range of activities included on Project Days. Students learn to take part and contribute effectively to a team, to self-manage, to think creatively, to research independently and to reflect on their learning.

Each themed project ends with self assessment and a teacher assessment and the sharing of work produced with peers.


Over the course of the year, Project Day focuses on five main themes:

  • My Self
  • My City
  • My World
  • My Future
  • My Journey

The work of Project Day falls across several faculties. For the most up-to-date version of our curriculum map, please look at the individual subject pages.

Quality Marks, Awards & Affiliations

We strive for excellence and are very proud of our achievements and affiliations.

If you believe something is missing or should be removed from the list below, please let us know.

Cyber Essentials Certificate logo Real World Learning Awards Winner 2021 logo Confederation of School Trusts logo Educate Awards Winner 2019 logo SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards 2018 logo SSAT Effective Learning Behaviour logo SSAT Climate for Learning logo Manchester United Foundation logo The Duke of Edinburgh logo The Cultural Diversity Standards logo The Schools Co-operative Society logo School Achievement Award logo Sport England logo Leading Edge Partnership Programme logo The Quality in Careers Standard logo Healthy Schools Manchester logo Basic Skills Quality Mark logo Whalley Range Sixth Form logo Education and Leadership Trust logo