Unfortunately, due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, extended measures within the Greater Manchester area and exceptional circumstances that surround this, Whalley Range 11-18 High School will not be holding its annual Open Evening on-site for visitors this year.
The Whalley Range Sixth Form Virtual Open Week will begin on Monday 28th September and there are a variety of virtual events that our future Year 12 students will be able to get involved with.
We hope you've had a safe, enjoyable and restful break over the summer holiday. School will re-open for students on a staggered timetable beginning week commencing 7th September 2020.
Some key information with regards to school meals, such as how to purchase food from the dining room/canteen.
An update from Public Health England (PHE) and NHS Test and Trace, with regards to testing and shielding in schools and colleges.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to your new school on Monday. School looks a little bit different at the moment and we have put measures in place to ensure that you are safe. Your new Head of Year, Miss Culkin-Smith, has made a video to show you where you will go when you arrive.
If you are returning to England from overseas, please read this important health and safety information carefully.
Get the latest news, stories and photos from Whalley Range 11-18 High School in the Summer 2020 edition of our school magazine. Now available to download!
Congratulations and well done to the class of 2020 on their excellent results this year.
We would like to congratulate our Sixth Form students on their results and thank all of the staff for their hard work in supporting our students’ achievement. Congratulations and well done to the class of 2020.
In line with Government direction and advice, the school re-opened to all students during week commencing 7th September 2020.
Students are invited to our Key Stage 3 Graduation Ceremony! All you need to join us is your frog login details.
NCS (National Citizen Service) have launched a new initiative for Year 11s, to help fill the gap for those students who were due to take part in their full programme this summer.
We like to encourage our students where possible to walk or cycle to school. There are many health and environmental benefits attached to walking and cycling. Please use the links below for more information.
The end of the school year is usually the busiest time for the PE department. As you have hopefully seen already, we did a 'Virtual' Sports Day this year, and we didn’t think the year was complete without our Sports Presentation Evening either. This too will be a virtual event!
After much deliberation and consultation, the judges at the University of Manchester have now announced the winners of the Cross-Trust Poetry Competition, involving Whalley Range 11-18 High School, Levenshulme High School and The East Manchester Academy.
On Wednesday 1st July and Friday 3rd July, the Sixth Form will be hosting a virtual Sixth Former for a day for Year 10 students hoping to join our Sixth Form in September 2021.
Due to the current circumstances and the fact that we will not be able to have our normal inductions days for our new students, we are giving Year 6 students the opportunity to take part in a ‘Year 6 Virtual Sports Day’.
At a time when we are all missing out on the magic of the theatre, The One Show, along with The Shakespeare North Playhouse, is launching an exciting play-writing competition for young people.
On Friday 26th June 2020, the Sixth Form will be hosting a virtual induction day for Year 11 students hoping to join our Sixth Form in September. This is a fantastic opportunity for students to find out more about the college, its staff and the opportunities on offer.
The English faculty launched a creative writing competition which was centred around the theme of celebration. The results are in…
BBC Bitesize have produced videos by students from across the UK to answer your questions about starting secondary school.
Students at Manchester high schools and colleges are invited to send in their responses to life in lockdown. Entries can be letters, poems, short stories or reports, up to one page in length.
We have been asked to forward information from some of our uniform suppliers, in relation to orders, delivery etc.
Download the Success at School Careers Ebook for Parents for lots of information to help you and your daughter plan the next steps of their journey.
Manchester City Council are offering support for anyone living in the Greater Manchester area, who is having difficulties with digital aspects of life.
King’s College London and the NHS have developed a website called 'Families Under Pressure', in conjunction with parents, to offer parenting tips during this stressful time (Covid-19 lockdown).
A list of local organisations providing food and essentials for families to make use of in the local area.
One Education have created a helpline for parents/carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and for Early Help professionals within the Manchester local authority.
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