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.
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.
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.
Daily shows from BBC Bitesize to support home learning. Topics cover various different subjects, daily reading and recommended resources. There's even a few guest appearances from our very own Mr Mycock!
Important information about the government’s free school meal voucher scheme.
A fantastic illustrated book for children, to help them understand the Coronavirus.
A message from Ofqual (The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) for all GCSE, AS and A level students this summer.
Ensuring our new students have the smoothest transition possible is something we value very strongly, and we are already looking in to ways we can stay in touch with your child before starting with us in September.
ChatHealth is a safe and secure way for young people aged 11-16 to get advice and support about health related issues, directly from the school nurse.
During the school closure, we’d like all students to work through a set of activities to help you to continue your 'career learning' at home.
With school being closed, it is important that your daughter is continuing to work on her studies at home. So that she keeps her focus and has a routine, we recommend that she follows her usual school timetable during the day at home.
Because schools have closed and some families are facing additional financial challenges due to the Covid-19 virus, Manchester City Council (MCC) want to provide support to families, who most need it.
We have taken the decision to partially close the school on Wednesday 18th, Thursday 19th and Friday 20th March 2020. The school will be closed to Year 8 and Year 9 students on these dates, but open to Years 7, 10, 11, 12 and 13.
Following Public Health England advice, the single most important action you can take is to stay home in order to protect the NHS and save lives. Whalley Range 11-18 High School is closed until further notice for all except vulnerable students and students of key workers.
As part of the school's commitment to careers education, a wide range of activities took place to celebrate National Careers Week.
Students recently visited Eversheds Sutherland, one of the largest global law firms in the world, as part of a challenge day to develop essential skills for future careers.
Students have the chance to win prizes and visit a local independent bookstore, as part of a brand new book review competition.
Students sitting exams in Summer 2020 need to be aware of a ‘Contingency Date’.
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 11th February and this year's theme is 'together for a better internet'.
Year 11 student Mehak won a design competition as part of the annual Muslim Arts and Culture Festival in Manchester.
The 733 bus service is being re-routed with effect from Monday 27th January 2020.
A competition for 11-18 year olds that gets young people shouting out about the need for safer roads.
Take a look at our Options Booklets (January 2020) to see what choices are available to current Year 8 and 9 students.
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